Stethoscope on dollar sign Since2006, the use of value-based care approaches have grownsteadily, with most of the growth happening after 2014, when therewere just 16 states with VBC programs. (Image:Shutterstock)

As various types of health care reform continue to be debated onthe national level, states have continued to serve as policylaboratories—and according to a new study, nearly all states haveadopted some kind of pay-for-performance program that rewardsoutcomes, rather than the volume of care.

The new report, Value-Based Care in America: State-by-State, wasrecently released by Change Healthcare, a health care IT companybased in Nashville, Tennessee.

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