The study reveals that of the value-based care solutions initiatives implemented, half of them are multipayer in scope. While only four states have had little or no value-based payment activity.
National health spending is projected to reach $6 trillion by 2027 and will grow 5.5 percent on average annually, according to federal estimates published in Health Affairs.
Even as value-based care solutions are becoming popular, some people don’t have access to necessary healthcare facilities.
Healthcare system is improving with value based care solutions and patient engagement solutions. Yet healthcare is expensive in the U.S.
As value-based care is catching pace in the country, San Francisco-based Cricket Health, the tech-enabled kidney care provider has ambitious plans to disrupt the world of kidney care.