Alternative Payment Models are building steam.

A major study of 70 health plans finds that APMs account for an increasing share of all payments made by insurers to providers.

The Health Care Payment Learning & Action Network (LAN), and advocacy group pushing for APMs, analyzed payments from plans that covered roughly 200 million Americans in 2015, finding that 23 percent were made through APMs, while an additional 15 percent were made through a traditional fee-for-service model but with certain outcome-based variations.

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