December 14, 2021
Value-based health care models have been at the core of health care improvement efforts for decades. By improving quality of care, reducing costs, and eliminating a range of health disparities, new payment and delivery system transformation models continue to demonstrate their power to address the most intractable health care challenges across public and private health care programs.
To celebrate the progress made to date and chart a path forward on key legislative and regulatory priorities, a diverse group of leading health industry stakeholders are hosting Health Care Value Week, beginning on January 24, 2022.
Health Care Value Week will feature opportunities for interested stakeholders to participate in meaningful dialogue with health care executives and policymakers in the Administration and Congress through virtual events and social media. The opening event will be held on January 24, 2022, and will be a special edition of the Virtual Value-Based Payments Summit: Update on CMS/CMMI Payment Reform Initiatives, featuring remarks from top Administration officials at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Innovation Center. More information, including a link for free registration, can be found here.
The initial list of organizations sponsoring Health Care Value Week includes:
Alliance of Community Health Plans, Aledade, American Academy of Family Physicians, The Alliance for Technology Driven Health, America’s Physician Groups, Caravan Health, Cityblock Health, Evolent Health, Global Health Care LLC, Health Care Transformation Task Force, McDermott+ Consulting, Medical Group Management Association, National Association of ACOs, Partnership to Empower Physician-Led Care, Premier, Inc., Primary Care Collaborative, Primary Care for America, Signify Health, Sirona Strategies and the Value Based Care Coalition.
Visit the website at www.hcvalueweek.org for information about how to become a Health Care Value Week sponsor, as well as a schedule of events and other resources including a list of media contacts for specific events.
All media inquiries should be directed to: