Health payers are seeking the rapid pace to transition to value-based care payment models difficult.
The upcoming time for the health insurance industry likely encircles around value-based care payment, which has grown in use steadily over the last various years. Recent healthcare reforms have centered around tracking the quality of care, decreasing spending, and making better the patient health outcomes. Value-based care payment models tend to revolve around meeting these 3 goals.
Michael Funk, Director of National Networks at Humana, told recently how much Humana has contributed in value-based care payment models and their plans for sustained investment next year.
“Our aim here at Humana is to continue to support those physicians and other providers to be victorious in value-based relationships while, at the similar time, growing new relationships with providers in value-based care,” Funk described.
As a national payer, Humana has pursued value-based care payment more than most and boasts about 63% of their membership as being served within a value-based care atmosphere.
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