Unlike fee-for-service, value-based care ties payments for care delivery to the quality of care provided for the population served (number of enrollees), rewarding providers for outcomes, efficiency, and effectiveness. For many medical groups and health systems looking at making the change to value-based care, the transition is not always easy and comes with its own set of operational challenges, particularly when it comes to risk contracting and deciding what new compensation models will provide the right internal incentives to appropriately provide services in a value-based model.
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