Theory and Reality of Value-Based Purchasing: Lessons from the Pioneers

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Theory and Reality of Value-Based Purchasing: Lessons from the Pioneers

Description

This report summary provides early lessons on the scope, patterns, barriers, and possibilities of value-based purchasing. It is drawn from in-depth discussion with nine employers and coalitions as well as written material from many other organizations.

Information presented on:

  • Theory of value-based purchasing
  • Reality of value-based purchasing
  • Measurement activities of the pioneers
  • Obstacles
  • Accomplishments
  • Research agenda

Developer:

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Funding Sources:

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

History

Release Date: 1997
Recent Summary: May 2005
Original Summary: August 2003
Last Updated: 11/06/13

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