As healthcare in the United States migrates to value-based care models,
health systems and the practices with which they contract must evolve into sophisticated care management organizations with population health capabilities.
They must learn to use care management methods that have historically resided with payers, from the standardization of clinical pathways to the control of costs. But how will health systems achieve payer-like care management without burdening care teams with nonclinical work and compromising the quality of the doctor-patient relationship? Better yet, how can physicians leverage the familiarity and trust they have with patients to exceed the past performance of health plans?
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