The Role of Health Information Exchange in Population Health: A Case Study on Supporting a Rural Critical Access Hospital around MIPS Initiative
Healthcare is undergoing a paradigm shift – a transition from volume (fee for service) to value-based care (pay for value). Providers are participating in several different programs like bundled payments, shared risk, capitation and quality incentive programs. According to a recent article, healthcare payments tied to value-based care reached 34 percent in 2017 and this is increasing every year. To perform well in value-based care, providers must identify, measure, track and report improvement in quality, cost and utilization measures that align with payers’ expectations. Health Information Exchanges (HIEs) are well-positioned and play a critical role in supporting providers and payors in this transition.
See how one of the most advanced HIEs in the country is designing value-added services that support and accelerate the population health initiative across the region in this recent .