Sep 13, 2017

Value-driven outcomes tool reduces costs, improves quality of care

Reduced costs and improved quality were associated with the implementation of a multifaceted value-driven outcomes tool in three clinical projects, according to study findings published in JAMA. “Under alternative payment models, clinicians will theoretically deliver higher-quality care that results in better outcomes, fewer complications, and reduced health care spending,” Vivian S.

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