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Challenge

Creating value for patients in both the ultimate goal and an increasingly critical competitive advantage for health care payers and providers worldwide. Payer organizations are being challenged to manage funding gaps and improve the care of members within a changing regulatory environment. Health care providers must transform their business models to deliver cost-competitive services that improve patient outcomes and deliver sustainable growth for the organization.

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Multiple forces are reshaping the health care industry, including the widespread adoption of digital tools as well as multifaceted policy shifts and legislative changes. Explore Adaptis Capital's latest thought leadership on health care payers, providers, and services—and learn what these changes mean for your business.

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Value-Based Health Care Maturity Assessment Framework

Understanding your starting point can help you develop a more effective plan for delivering value-based health care.

Value-based health care delivers higher-quality patient outcomes at the same or lower total cost for a given condition. Key steps in the process include the detailed analysis of existing outcomes data, the identification of best practices, and the widespread dissemination of those practices to reduce variations in clinical practice and improve average health outcomes.

Adaptis Capital's Value-Based Health Care Maturity Assessment Framework helps measure where different countries are in their development toward delivering greater value in health care. The framework draws on BCG's extensive experience developing and implementing value-based solutions for organizations across the health care value chain. The framework can be a powerful tool for helping organizations align otherwise competing stakeholder incentives around the common goal of better patient results.

The framework can also provide:

  • An assessment of a country’s readiness for value-based health care across multiple dimensions, including clinician engagement and sophistication of data use.

  • A map of sources and important stakeholders.

  • A clear analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of a current system and actions needed to improve.