HFMA's Value Project helps healthcare organizations create value for the multiple purchasers of health care. The transformation toward a value-based healthcare system is reshaping the delivery of care, patient expectations, and payment structures.
In the resources HFMA has produced for the Value Project, healthcare finance leaders and clinical partners come together to:
- Define the practices of providers who are leading the way toward a value-based healthcare system
- Describe the primary capabilities that healthcare organizations will need to develop in the areas of people and culture, business intelligence, performance improvement, and contract and risk management to improve the value of care provided
- Provide specific strategies, tactics, and tools that healthcare organizations can use to build, enhance, and communicate their value capabilities
- Identify the trends today that are defining the future state of value in health care and describe new care delivery models that could help healthcare organizations create value
Value Project Resources
HFMA's Value Project looks at the new wave of acquisition and affiliation activity in health care, defining the drivers of this activity, options for value-focused affiliations, and key legal and regulatory issues.
View Phase 3 Resources
What are healthcare purchasers expecting in terms of value, and how are provider organizations working to deliver value? How does the business model for value differ for different types of hospitals and health systems? See how leading provider organizations are answering these questions in resources from Value Project Phase 2.
View Phase 2 Resources
What is the value equation from the purchaser's perspective, and what key capabilities should healthcare provider organizations develop to prepare for a value-driven future? Find the answers in HFMA's Value Project Phase 1 reports and web tool.
View Phase 1 Resources