More health plans and self-insured employers are implementing value-based insurance
design (VBID) programs that lower financial barriers to “high-value” pharmaceuticals,
preventive care and other services in the hopes of avoiding more expensive medical
costs down the road. These programs aren’t without challenges, both in implementation
and measurement of results, and some industry experts contend that achieving a return
on investment under a value-based program can be elusive. But some early adopters of
these programs tell a different story.
Health Plan Strategies for Value-Based Benefit Design examines the experiences
of health plans and employers that have implemented value-based benefit design
programs, and provides details of how companies adjusted copays and other benefits,
provided incentives to join disease management programs, educated enrollees and
Health Plan Strategies for Value-Based Benefit Design
is filled with case studies from health plans and employers
that have implemented value-based programs. The report also
includes detailed presentations from pioneers in the VBID
movement, with best practices — and key pitfalls to avoid —
when launching a new program.
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