Improving Value in Health Care: Foundational Strategies
Improving Value in Health Care:
In an environment where high-value health care is increasingly an imperative, how can healthcare organizations improve the value of the care they deliver to patients and other care purchasers? To address these questions, HFMA conducted a multi-year research study, known as the Value Project, in collaboration with leading healthcare organizations throughout the country.
Introduction to Value in Health Care
Value in Health Care: Current State and Future Directions introduces four key organizational capabilities for building value and describes why the healthcare system will move toward greater provider integration and greater assumption of risk by providers.
Key Organizational Capabilities for Value
Learn about the four key organizational capabilities healthcare organizations will need to thrive in a value-driven healthcare market.
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Organizational Road Maps for Value-Driven Health Care
Explore value road maps for various types of healthcare organizations, based on HFMA’s work with 35 hospitals and health systems.
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Defining and Delivering Value
Read Defining and Delivering Value to gain insight into what purchasers and payers seek from high-value providers. Value metrics, business intelligence, and costing are also addressed. This report draws on interviews with 13 executives at organizations representing healthcare purchasers, payers, and government agencies, surveys of HFMA members, and interviews with healthcare organization finance officers.
Meet the Value Steering Group
Meet the people who provided advice on project direction and findings as well as financial support of this research.