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Value-Based Care Reimbursement 2022
Organizations Anticipate Increased Revenue from VBC

author - Bradley Hunter
Bradley Hunter
author - Cathy McCabe
Cathy McCabe
November 17, 2022 | Read Time: 6  minutes

Value-based care (VBC) has been established as a priority among healthcare organizations and payers as participants have gained more experience in managing their quality metrics and contracts, ultimately realizing returns on their investments. For this report, KLAS talked to 54 healthcare executives—including CEOs, CFOs, CIOs, CMIOs, COOs, VPs and directors of population health, and VPs of analytics—to gauge how they are moving beyond pay-for-performance into risk-bearing contracts over the next three years and their perceptions on which vendors can help them achieve their upcoming goals with VBC.

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Key Findings:

  1. Provider Organizations Are Consolidating Their VBC Vendors
  2. Epic, Arcadia, and Innovaccer Seen as Most Able to Assist Organizations with Future VBC Needs
author - Elizabeth Pew
Elizabeth Pew
author - Natalie Jamison
Natalie Jamison
author - Robert Ellis
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