Population health management has become a national topic of conversation, but to date little effort has been given to tracking the actual progress that’s been made towards value-based models of care. Numerof partnered with the Jefferson College of Population Health in a two-part study that provides the first in-depth, national look at the pace of transition from fee-for-service to models based on fixed payments linked to outcomes.

The study synthesizes survey responses from more than 300 executives and in-depth interviews with over 100 key decision makers across U.S. healthcare delivery organizations.

Download the 26 page survey report (including executive summary and 20+ figures) to get the latest insight into a range of critical topics, including:

  • Progress toward alternative payment and care models
  • Percent of revenues flowing through at-risk agreements
  • Which executives are accountable for progress
  • Top challenges
  • What leaders in this area are doing that others aren’t