NY Health Systems Need Standardized Quality Metrics to Advance Value-Based Payments, Execs Say

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and New York State have embarked on an ambitious journey to improve outcomes for patients and populations by incentivizing the delivery of high-value care by providers. However, the path to value-based care has presented a unique set of challenges and opportunities for stakeholders throughout state’s healthcare system.

Crain’s Health Pulse reported on a panel session at the 2016 Digital Health Conference, where healthcare thought leaders and policymakers provided executive-level perspectives and analysis on how multiple federal and statewide initiatives are leveraging technology and being harmonized in a new-era of healthcare delivery that will dominate the landscape for years to come.

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