July 31, 2023
Tea Leaves | Transition to Value
  • On Tuesday, the American Medical Association, the insurance trade group AHIP, and the National Association of Accountable Care Organizations (NAACOS) jointly released recommendations to facilitate data sharing among participants in value-based care arrangements. The three organizations described the guidelines as the first product emerging from their partnership. The AMA, AHIP, and NAACOS seek to address differences in value-based care data and methodologies, including how patients are attributed and how data are shared, so that participants can improve outcomes, quality, operations, and financial accountability, according to the report. Data privacy concerns, unstandardized data, and differing data infrastructure are among the challenges the groups identified. (Article here)