Oregon Experiment Seeks to Control Healthcare Inflation
The white paper looks at how an Oregon Medicaid movement toward accountable care organizations seeks more control over healthcare inflation and improved quality of care.
Healthcare Experiment Goals
• Systematic reform of fee-for-service models to give hospitals and medical practices a share of the cost savings they achieve and/or bonuses when they attain cost, quality, and access metrics for their patient populations.
• Greater coordinated care, featuring different budgeting mechanisms and greater flexibility of services than models for federal accountable care.
Read the full Oregon Experiment Seeks to Control Healthcare Inflation White Paper.
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