Value-based care — an integrated approach that relies on health plans, physicians, clinical providers, hospitals and communities working together – is a more unified way of providing care and is improving health outcomes. The goal is to focus on value and move away from the traditional fee-for-service system, which incentivizes providers to deliver more services, routinely results in fragmented care, and leaves patients to navigate a complex system by themselves.
At Humana, data shows that value-based care benefits patients and providers.
In this series of videos, Humana leaders talk about value-based care and their commitment to better health and a better experience for patients.
- Humana and POLITICO discuss the future of primary care. Health care experts discuss the pivotal role of primary care and how the embracement of value-based care is leading to better health and lower costs.
- Oraida Roman, Vice President, Value-based Strategies, at Humana details how value-based care is lowering ER admissions and helping doctors.