The article reports on the standards of Mayo Clinic to achieve high-value health care which include value, coordinated care, a reformed payment system, and insurance coverage for all. The overutilization of more and expensive therapies reportedly contributes to the rising health care costs. That incentives should be changed to reward providers that provide higher quality at lower-cost care and to shift to value-based reimbursement is discussed.
Payment Changes Necessary to Catalyze Higher-Quality, Lower-Cost Care,
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