Value-based care success starts with an organization’s ability to provide consistent, high-quality care across the continuum

Health system leaders are questioning what value-based healthcare will look like following the COVID-19 pandemic. Given national trends of decreasing inpatient volumes, more outpatient procedures and changing consumer preferences, many are evaluating how to be more successful in value-based healthcare models.

Vizient and Sg2 surveyed both large health systems and small community hospitals to learn more about how leaders are adapting their organizations’ strategies in a post-pandemic era.

Combine data analytics, clinical expertise and organizational governance to improve patient outcomes and reimbursement

Participation in value-based reimbursement models requires visibility into the performance measures driving patient care quality and outcomes. In addition, some teams may benefit from integrating case management into their clinical care teams and realigning physician governance structures to better support clinicians and frontline staff. The following resources can help Vizient members overcome barriers to enterprise success.

Direct to employer

Many large employers are turning to providers for relief from rising benefit costs and dissatisfaction with traditional services. Direct-to-employer offers the potential to disrupt the competition and sustain your commercial payer mix.

Physician strategy

Securing a physician strategy that enables market-level execution is the most important competitive advantage for any healthcare organization.

Sg2 consulting

Advance your organization’s growth and integrate care across the continuum with analytics-driven insight into local market trends, market position, growth opportunities and strategic priorities.

Connect with us to learn more about how we can help you succeed in value-based care.