Feb. 28, 2019
Join Dr. Mark Fendrick, executive director of the Center for Value-Based Insurance Design, and Beth Bortz, president and CEO of the Virginia Center for Health Innovation as we discuss initiatives to address low-value care. Low-value care, or medical care that provides no or minimal benefit to a patient, is a major driver of inefficiency in health care and an untapped opportunity to increase quality and reduce spending in both public and private systems. Dr. Fendrick will share current progress in the areas of identifying and measuring low-value care, and Ms. Bortz will delve into innovative strategies to use that information to reduce and report low-value care.
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The Research Consortium for Health Care Value Assessment is a partnership between Altarum and VBID Health, with funding from the PhRMA Foundation as part of its Value Assessment Initiative, established to promote the pursuit of value in health care delivery in the U.S. Follow us at @ValueConsortium.