In Part 1 of this series, we discussed the factors contributing to health inequities in urban and rural areas, including racial prejudices, workforce issues, geography, and social determinants of health. We also examined some government and private-sector efforts to reduce health disparities. In this paper, we take a closer look at how safety-net providers are dealing with value-based care and how those efforts can help address inequities in the system.
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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
- Health Equity And Value-Based Care, Part 1: An Analysis of Access and Workforce Issues, And Government and Private-Sector Efforts to Improve Health Equity
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