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What are the benefits of value-based care?

What are the benefits of value-based care?

Value-based providers are becoming more popular as they put emphasis on preventative care and the overall wellbeing of their patients. Value-based care is in stark contrast to fee-for-service providers, who are compensated for each service they provide. Instead of being paid for each service provided, physicians who follow a value-based care model are compensated dependent upon a patient’s outcome.

Why choose a value-based provider?

  • Quality over quantity: Value-based providers are paid for the quality of the services they provide, not the quantity. This type of care incentivizes your physician to prioritize your whole-body wellbeing, including preventative care, wellness practices, and listening carefully to your concerns.
  • Less financial strain: Because fee-for-service providers are focused on the quantity of services they can provide, it makes sense that there might be some unnecessary tests or services ordered. Value-based care providers have the incentive to work to find answers without having their patients foot the bill on potentially unnecessary tests.
  • Coordinated care: When value-based providers are working to achieve the best possible outcome for each patient, physicians are more likely to collaborate with other medical professionals to find answers to the issues their patients are facing.
  • Relationship with your physician: Many value-based care patients find that they have a better relationship with their physician. With a focus on preventative care, value-based providers often get to know their patients on a more personal level.
  • Additional resources: Many value-based providers offer additional services like transportation to and from your appointments, one-on-one assistance with understanding your insurance, community events, on-site pharmacies, telehealth, and social activities.

Medicare and Value-Based Care

Fortunately for Medicare-eligible individuals, there are some physicians whose primary focus is individuals 65 and older.

Choosing a primary care physician can seem overwhelming, especially when there are so many options. Limiting your search to value-based providers can help you feel more secure in your healthcare decisions. If you have questions about your Medicare plan or whether your primary care physician is covered on your plan, please call us! Dial 1-800-991-4407 / TTY 711 (Mon - Thurs 8am - 11pm EST and Friday 8am - 9pm EST).