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The quest for value dominates contemporary health policy. Value, properly defined, is not about cost-savings but about the balance of costs and health benefits — improving the average cost-effectiveness of health interventions. In choosing which care is funded, insurers are a crucial but commonly neglected driver of health system value.
Friedman, A. B., & Ndwandwe, S. (2014). Relative Value Health Insurance and pay for Performance for Insurers: Complements, not Substitutes. Health Affairs Blog, Retrieved from https://repository.upenn.edu/hcmg_papers/49
Date Posted: 27 November 2017