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Value-Based Care Managed Services 2018

Value-Based Care Managed Services 2018
The Art of Possible

Authored by: Warren Whitford and Lois Krotz December 20, 2018 | Read Time: 6  minutes

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Over the past two years, leaders from 30+ provider/payer organizations and 20+ healthcare software and services companies have helped KLAS develop and refine a framework for VBC managed services. This study includes: (1) a vendor framework showing firms’ stated capabilities, (2) details on the current state of the VBC managed services market, and (3) as part of a new approach by KLAS, a view of what is possible in VBC through in-depth case studies on how market-leading organizations are achieving positive results. (Available in full report only.) Throughout this report, note that while measured firms are compared directly, capabilities and expertise can vary significantly, and choosing a firm that fits your unique needs is critical to success.

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Key Findings

  1. Value-Based Care Managed Services Framework
  2. The Current State of VBC Managed Services
  3. Lumeris Stabilizes but Loses the Lead; Evolent Health’s Deliberate Changes Starting to Pay Off
  4. Arcadia Leads with Outcomes-Producing, Analytics-Driven Insights
  5. Case Study Insights: Real VBC Outcomes Are Possible
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