Value-Based Care Spotlight

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Value-Based Care Spotlight

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Basics of value-based care

Value-based care is a term that Medicare, Medicaid, doctors and other health care professionals sometimes use to describe health care that is designed to focus on quality of care, provider performance and the patient experience. 

Aligning care to patient goals: Lamont’s story

Learn how Lamont’s primary care doctor took time to understand his goals and support him.

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Patient and provider voices

Learn how value-based care supports patients and their providers, as told through their experiences and voices.

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After a retiree experienced an unaffordable surge in rent, he found help through his primary care provider.

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Home dialysis provided ‘better outcomes, a better lifestyle,’ says Brooklyn woman who continued working through treatment.

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Key Concepts

Key Concepts are a useful tool for anyone who wants to learn how the CMS Innovation Center is transforming our health care system to focus on quality over volume. 

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Accountable Care and Accountable Care Organizations

In an accountable care relationship, doctors and other health care providers work with each other and their patients to manage their patients’ overall health...

Person-Centered Care

In a value-based health care system, doctors and other health care providers deliver high-quality care using a person-centered care approach. This differs from a traditional fee-for-service system where patients get...

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04/16/2024 09:13 AM