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HFMA Executive Survey: Value-Based Payment Readiness

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HFMA Executive Survey: Value-Based Payment Readiness

HFMA researchers surveyed 117 senior financial executives about their organization’s value-based payment readiness in September 2017. 


HFMA researchers surveyed 117 senior financial executives about their organization’s value-based payment readiness in September 2017. Among the findings, respondents said the roll-out of commercial value-based programs may be somewhat slower than expected, although they have doubled in presence since 2015. Another major theme was that external and internal interoperability may be a primary focus of providers in the coming years due to current shortcomings, anticipated future need, and the increasing demand for access to various sources of data.

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