Report: Value-Based Care and Quality Program Participation on the Rise

Jan. 10, 2019

A new report signals continued growth in value-based care and other quality initiatives, including an estimated 4-percent annual increase in value-based payments and an estimated 7-percent average annual increase in participation in major clinical registry programs.

The report, from healthcare quality solutions company Q-Centrix, specifically examined quality program participation and resource needs across three main areas of healthcare quality reporting: regulatory, infection prevention, and clinical registries.

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