This paper is the first in a three-part series about the importance of health equity in VBC and the opportunities to use VBC to increase health equity.
The first part discusses health disparities, clinician workforce and access issues, social determinants of health (in brief), and government and private-sector efforts to improve health equity. In the second brief, we’ll take a deeper dive into the issues of safety-net providers, including FQHCs and rural and inner-city hospitals, and how they can participate in VBC initiatives. In the final installment of this series, we’ll explain why social determinants are so important, what is being done to address them, and how this could be a game changer for VBC.
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For an in-depth analysis of Value-Based Care, check out these three companion Institute resources:
- Evaluating Value-Based Care, Part 1: An In-Depth Analysis of Federal Initiatives, Outcomes, and Promise for the Future
- Evaluating Value-Based Care, Part 2: Analysis of Employer, Commercial, Medicaid and Medicare Advantage Activity
- Evaluating Value-Based Care, Part 3: An In-Depth Examination of Healthcare Providers’ Efforts and Results in Value
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