We Won’t Get Value-Based Health Care Until We Agree on What “Value” Means

2021-03-25T22:08:05+11:00February 27th, 2018|Uncategorized|Comments Off on We Won’t Get Value-Based Health Care Until We Agree on What “Value” Means

Robert C. Pendleton | Publisher: Harvard Business Review It turns out one reason there’s been such little progress in creating a value-based system is that the stakeholders in the U.S. health care system — patients, providers, hospitals, insurers, employee benefit providers, and policy makers — have no common definition of “value” and don’t agree on the mix [more]