Value-Based Care in 2023: The Future of Healthcare Delivery

According to the Medscape’s “Physician Compensation Report 2022”, fifteen percent of physicians participate in value-based payment models.

In 2023, value-based care is expected to continue to grow and evolve as healthcare providers, payers, and policymakers seek to improve patient outcomes and contain costs.

Value-based care is vital to providing better care for individuals and improved health for communities at a reduced cost and is necessary to tackling the difficulties the healthcare market faces.

What are the key trends that will shape value-based care in 2023?

In 2023, health care providers are expected to continue to move away from traditional service fees and adopt alternative payment models, such as bundled payments, capitation, and shared savings arrangements. These models encourage providers to provide high-quality, cost-effective services by linking payments to outcomes and results.

Value-based care will also be putting more emphasis on population health management. The management of population health is projected to receive more attention from healthcare practitioners in 2023, who will use data analytics and other tools to pinpoint and cater to the medical needs of particular patient groups.

Role of Patient Engagement in Value-Based Care

Patient engagement is a key to success in value-based care, as engaged patients are more likely to adhere to treatment plans and achieve better health outcomes.

In 2023, healthcare providers are expected to continue to invest in tools and technologies that enhance patient engagement, such as telehealth, mobile apps, and patient portals.

Improving Value-Based Care with Nurse Triage

 Nurse triage ensures that patients have quick access to care advice 24/7 and that physicians receive documentation of the nurse triage encounters. Triage nurses can also contact physicians for more complex situations for their decision on outcomes.

Here are some unique ways AccessNurse supports value-based care:

In conclusion, nurse triage is a valuable tool for supporting value-based care. Access Nurse strives to be a valuable partner to our provider clients and a trusted source of advice to callers by providing the best care advice and guiding them to the most appropriate level of care.

Our 27 years of experience exclusively in the Nurse Triage space serving over 20,000 providers from some of the most prestigious health systems in the country speaks to our expertise.

AccessNurse continues to stand united with our healthcare partners to ensure quality patient care. If your organization needs support, click here to learn more about how AccessNurse can help you improve value-based care.

Karen Brown serves as Vice President of Strategic Growth and Client Relations for AccessNurse. In her role, Karen applies her operational knowledge and passion for clinical excellence and patient experience as a consultant to potential clients. She works with clients to understand their objectives and advises on AccessNurse’s services to add value to our client organizations.