Law360, New York (March 1, 2017, 10:42 AM EST) -- Deborah L. Gersh
Timothy M. McCrystal
Prior to the presidential election in November, experts believed that the trend toward value-based payment — the concept of rewarding providers based on the quality of care delivered, rather than the number of procedures performed — would continue to grow. The election of President Donald Trump, the Republicans’ assumption of control of both houses of Congress, and the anticipated repeal of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, however, have raised questions from the health care industry about what changes to expect in value-based health care going forward.
Value-based health care has been widely perceived...
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