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The article, “Five ways care management can shift to value-based care” by Ron Geraty states
“Americans’ dissatisfaction with our healthcare system has reached a tipping point. Payers, providers, and plan members all are demanding changes that will deliver greater value. This outcry is encouraging innovative care management services to take new approaches to impact clinical outcomes, cost-efficiency and member satisfaction—the goals of healthcare’s Triple Aim.
There are many causes for dissatisfaction, from a disjointed delivery system to misaligned incentives. But one important area has been the historical focus on specific conditions or diseases. While the population suffers—or has the potential to suffer—from a wide range of conditions, most initiatives have historically centered around the core five conditions of coronary artery disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, diabetes, heart failure, and asthma.”
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