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It's been roughly 15 years since the United States began the somewhat concerted, somewhat coordinated transition from a fee-for-service to a value-based healthcare system. So, how is that transition progressing? Truthfully, not very well.
In the 2022 HealthLeaders Value-Based Readiness survey, 112 healthcare executives and clinical leaders self-reported mostly tepid, toe-in-the-water adoption of value-based care (VBC). Only one-quarter of respondents rated their overall preparedness for VBC as "very strong," while more than 30% rated their preparedness as "somewhat weak" or "very weak," and almost half said their VBC status was "somewhat strong." Download this free report to learn more about what healthcare executives think about the transition to value-based care.
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