Why employers should care about community-care networks
Value-based care requires a holistic view of the patient, the data for which hinges on community care networks.
By Lynn Carroll|November 16, 2021 at 09:59 AM
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The growing popularity of value-based care (VBC) reimbursement models is driven by the desire to improve patient outcomes while lowering health care costs for providers and payers. Among the latter group are employers that either provide health insurance to employees through a health plan or self-funding.
Like insurance companies, self-funded employers have a vested interest in controlling health care costs and promoting wellness. The focus of VBC is proactively keeping people healthy, rather than treating them only after illness.
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