Within 10 years, 50 percent of healthcare payments are expected to be value-based. Will your organization be ready?

As hospitals and healthcare systems transition from volume- to value-based care, the process is often complex, daunting and financially risky. From investing in clinical and operational resources to the right population health technologies, this transition could be disruptive to processes and cash flow.

web2pro has 15-plus years of experience developing accountable care solutions and value-based care management tools, helping organizations to:

Engage and align with physicians. Engaging physicians requires giving them a clear understanding of how they’ll be compensated for the care they deliver, and how financial and clinical goals, risks and rewards are shared within a value-based care model.

Control costs while improving clinical outcomes. Within the risk environment, monitoring chronically ill patients includes implementing cost-effective strategies, encouraging patient compliance with physician recommendations and finding tactics to remove barriers to care when necessary.

Increase patient share. Organizations transitioning to value-based care models will need accountable care solutions that help them obtain a larger patient share, and patients’ medical spend that may otherwise be going to out-of-network providers.

Despite its complexity, transitioning to value-based care models can be an invigorating time for organizations. With accountable care solutions that help achieve goals such as engaging physicians, controlling costs while improving patient outcomes and increasing patient share, the teams at your organization can all get on board and work toward those objectives together.

Watch the video for insight into the changing landscape and accountable care solutions that can help your organization succeed.


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web2pro Business Performance Services offers services and consulting to help hospitals, health systems, and physician practices improve business performance, boost margins and transition successfully to value-based care.