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Better Choices, Better Care New Jersey

Advocating for innovative ways to improve health, transform care, and lower health care costs in New Jersey.

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Better Choices, Better Care NJ’s Steering Committee members discuss the costly, confusing and ineffective nature of the current fee-for-service system.

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    • More than half of healthcare organizations are ready for value-based financial changes, survey shows

      June 28, 2018

      June 27, 2018 | Jeff Lagasse When it comes to preparation of a value-based infrastructure, the picture is slightly less positive for 50 percent of respondents. While organizations say they are ready to move towards value-based care models, they also signify a lack of infrastructure as a roadblock to progress, finds a new study from […]

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    • Change Healthcare Study Finds Value-Based Care Bending the Cost Curve

      June 18, 2018

      June 18, 2018 | Change Healthcare  National survey of 120 payers reveals value-based models bending the cost curve, commercial lines of business leading the way, episodes outperforming, and decline of pure fee-for-service accelerating. SAN DIEGO /PRNewswire/ — AHIP Institute & Expo—Booth #301—Value-based care is bending the healthcare cost curve, reducing unnecessary medical costs 5.6% on average while […]

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