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Value-Based Care Consulting 2019

Value-Based Care Consulting 2019
Finding the Best Fit in a High-Performing Market

Authored by: Warren Whitford and Colin Buckley December 19, 2019 | Read Time: 4  minutes

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Transitioning from fee-for-service to value-based care (VBC) is a top-of-mind concern for healthcare organizations. However, previous KLAS research has revealed that VBC transformation is also the area in which healthcare executives are least familiar with which firms are well positioned to help. This report examines nine firms that provide value-based care consulting services to explore the types of work these firms do (and for who), how consistently the firms perform across clients, the outcomes they deliver, and the factors that drive these outcomes.

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Key Findings

  1. Who Does What (and for Who?)
  2. Navigant the Top Performer for Complex Projects, Advanced Clients
  3. Which Firms are Most Consistent in Their Delivery?
  4. Lumeris Better Suited for Organizations Seeking a Long-Term Partner
  5. What Outcomes Have Been Achieved?
  6. Outcomes Driven by Actuarial Expertise from Milliman, by Reliable Data and Guidance from Premier, Optum
  7. What Factors Drive Outcomes?
  8. Some PwC Clients Express Concern about Inexperienced Consultants
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