Earlier this year, we analyzed payer-provider partnerships. As 2017 comes to a close, we consider the year's steady growth and new twists.
A detailed look at payer-provider partnerships. Includes new data from Q1 of this year.
New analysis reveals the pace (rapid) and shape (more joint ventures) of payer-provider partnerships.
We highlight how the Medicare Advantage Value-Based Insurance Design Model presents opportunities for both payers and providers.
There have already been 29 payer-provider partnerships announced or launched for 2016-2017, according to our latest tracking report.
Most payer-provider partnerships are still in the test-and-learn phase – adapting their approaches based on local market conditions and stakeholder objectives. However, some key takeaways have emerged.
What every provider organization needs to consider before jumping into the provider-as-carrier arena.
Both practice transformation and capabilities development get a boost from new federal care and delivery model.
The trend of mega mergers among large national health plans has raised questions around the extent to which scale benefits will play out in the market.
While a newly proposed common set of metrics measuring physician quality overlaps with existing guidelines, the next few years will still be a time of flux for physician criteria.