Value-Based Health Care: US Lags In The Global Shift To Outcomes
The adoption of value-based health care concepts among US providers is happening, albeit slowly. In what is an unusual reversal of pioneering health care concepts, the pace is being set elsewhere – in Europe – rather than in the US, even if the direction of travel has been firmly established. Boston Consulting Group experts give In Vivo an interim update on the progress and outlook for VBHC.
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