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Only 3% of hospitals meet CMS target for value-based care

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Less than a quarter of U.S. hospitals are expected to meet the government’s goal of providing half or more of their patients with value-based care – the initiative designed to replace fee-for-service Medicare reimbursement with healthcare provider payments based on care quality, according to a survey conducted by Health Catalyst.

The survey revealed that just 3 percent of health systems today meet the target set by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Moreover, only 23 percent expect to reach the goal by 2019, a year later than CMS expected half of all Medicare reimbursements to be value-based.

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