Value-Based Transformation

Foundational excellence and strategic change for healthcare providers on the value-based transformation journey

Value-based care (VBC) challenges traditional provider payment and care delivery models, thus requiring changes to the organization’s business model and its enabling capabilities. Baker Tilly developed a tool that assesses a provider organization’s level of readiness to implement VBC contracts while identifying key transformation activities required to realign and optimize risk-based strategies, processes and enabling tools.

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Driving value with integrated care coordination

Establish an integrated model of care coordination across the continuum – breaking down historical silos such as ED, inpatient, outpatient, home health, etc. – in order to drive a patient and outcome-focused approach to care delivery and management that drives quality performance. An integrated care model supports and engages the patient beyond the point-of-care, ensuring higher compliance and increased positive outcomes.

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Managed care - evolution to value-based contracting

The evolution to value-based contracting requires a road map that aligns the necessary programs, projects, and initiatives by strategic importance and determines relative timing based on operational goals and program prerequisites.  Establish an effective steering committee to provide a thorough transformation road map based on your organization’s goals.  Bake Tilly helps by conducting a comprehensive readiness assessment of all aspects of your organization that identifies areas of foundational strength while clearly describing where the organization needs improvement to maximize its success in value-based contracting.

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Provider engagement strategies for value

An effective provider engagement strategy drives success in a value-based environment.  Your physicians will need involvement and guidance in defining new, equitable payment models based on outcome-driven quality and performance measures.  By developing a comprehensive engagement strategy, you will generate the buy-in and support necessary for physicians to deliver top performance – driving higher financial returns and better patient outcomes.