There’s a lot of talk around the Quadruple Aim and value-based care, but how do these frameworks intersect and overlap? Rick Foerster, Senior Vice President of Value-Based Operations at Privia Health, examines how the interplay of these concepts can give us an accurate — and exciting — vision for what healthcare has in store in the near-future!
The benefits of value-based arrangements — increased time with patients, reimbursements that reward high-quality care, and more — appeal to many providers. However, the barriers to entry are often confusing and intimidating. Sam Starbuck, Vice President of Privia Quality Network, offers his expert perspective on how and where providers can get started with value-based models.
Privia Health CEO Shawn Morris examines how healthcare consumerism, interoperability, and value-based care defined the healthcare landscape in 2019.
What’s in the new, what is the flu outlook for this year? What emerging health tech might you be able to use? Find out in The Rundown!
Physician-led ACOs helped save the healthcare industry $739 million last year while advancing value-based care. What can this teach providers about healthcare’s “Quadruple Aim” and the future of medicine?
How will artificial intelligence shape the patient experience in the not-so-distant future and how can providers prepare for these changes?
How can Medicare Advantage’s patient-centered primary care, early intervention, and care coordination help providers transition to value-based care?
Contrary to what analysts predicted years ago, value-based care has yet to overhaul the healthcare delivery system. Mark Cone, MD, examines how women’s health — an extremely overlooked area — is the perfect entry point to demonstrate value while improving the health of mothers and newborns. Learn how partnerships and innovative payment models can help patients and the industry alike!
Postpartum care — the “fourth trimester” — is too often overlooked and undervalued in women’s healthcare. In observation of National Women’s Health Week, we spoke with two OB-GYNs about the clinical and cultural changes needed to better support mothers and children.
Why aren’t risk-based contracts more popular? Join Keith Fernandez, MD, as he explores ways physicians can advance these risky — yet rewarding — payment models.