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Evolent Health rounds up the biggest themes in value-based care in 2019, as well as the previous month's news, innovations and research.
It's been another hectic month in health care's transition to value. Catch up on new innovations, deals, policies and research that are moving the field.
Shantanu Phatakwala explains how to combat racial bias in population health models, following news that a widely used model was underestimating black patients’ needs for care management.
It's not easy keeping up with the innovations, deals, policies and partnerships reshaping health care. Read our news roundup and make sure you don't miss a step.
An Evolent analysis looks at the additional savings that Accountable Care Organizations could reap by taking on two-sided risk.
On the heels of Evolent becoming the first organization to earn Population Health Program Accreditation from NCQA, two experts reflect on the past, present and future of the field.
This month's news roundup highlights major retailers entering the health care market, higher earnings for ACOs taking on downside risk, and the latest research mapping the growth of value-based care.
New primary care practice models, payers' growing influence in medical education and continued growth in Medicare Advantage plans highlight another busy month in the transition from volume to value.
Our recent analysis isolated the impact of our partners’ care management programs. Its conclusion: Done right, care management is the primary driver of savings within managed Medicare populations.
Read our monthly roundup of value-based care news spanning policy, research, innovations, payers and providers.
Evolent's Ashley Ridlon tells HealthLeaders why many providers remain undecided about participating in new primary-care payment models.
This month's roundup highlights the myriad ways that health systems are seeking to grow and diversify revenue, innovations to address social determinants, and other moves reshaping health care value.
RN Care Advisor Carissa Grepo draws on her own past experiences—a sister's illness and loved ones' deaths—to help a family coming to grips with end-of-life issues.
In this edition: Houston is a testing ground for new primary care models. Innovations proliferate around telehealth and social determinants. And new entrants expand Medicare Advantage plans.
Evolent Health offers input to the CMS Innovation Center on Direct Contracting, its new value-based payment model for primary care.
Will providers flock to Direct Contracting models? Evolent’s Chris Dawe and Ashley Ridlon speak with Medical Economics about the factors that will play into those decisions.
Are your population health efforts on the right track? Check out our infographic and learn best practices for achieving return on investment.
Evolent's Chris Dawe speaks to Health Leaders Media about CMS' new Primary Cares Initiative.
Essential information for primary care providers interested in the new Direct Contracting payment models announced in April 2019.
The fast-changing primary care landscape, new value-based payment models and accelerating efforts to address social determinants of health highlight this month's news roundup.