McKesson unveils 5 ways value-based reimbursement is trending
NEWTON, Mass. – Executives from McKesson Health Solutions and researcher ORC International will unveil the results of a new national research study on value-based reimbursement trends, commissioned by McKesson, at an exclusive session during AHIP’s Institute 2016, the companies announce Tuesday.
The research will reveal how much progress healthcare has made on the journey to full value-based payment, where the industry sees itself in two and five years, which payment models are growing fastest, where payers and providers are succeeding, what the challenges are and predictive trends.
“Healthcare reimbursement is evolving fast and that’s increasing the complexity of reimbursement,” stated Carolyn Wukitch, SVP and general manager, Network and Financial Management, McKesson Health Solutions. “This is a rare chance to learn how both payers and providers are reacting, what strategies they’re using and plan to use, what’s working, where the gaps are, and how they can win in an increasingly value-based and consumer-driven healthcare world.”
In addition to Wukitch, the session, “Market Update: New Research Insights on Reimbursement Models,” will be presented by Andrei Gonzales, director of VBR initiatives and Dana Benini, VP ORC International.
It will be held at AHIP’s Institute 2016 at the Wynn/Encore in Las Vegas on June 16.
The AHIP Institute 2016 event brings healthcare professionals together to tackle challenges, uncover opportunities, and work together to advance healthcare. At the show, McKesson will feature its comprehensive suite of reimbursement solutions that help payers and providers eliminate waste, ensure accurate and timely payment, promote quality care and support wise consumer decisions.