The Future of Health Care

The Future of Health Care:
Unlocking & Supporting Value

September 19, 2017 | Ronald Reagan Building | Washington, DC


As far back as the introduction of the HMO, the US health care system has been trying to find ways to incentivize high-value care and discourage low-value care. That trend has accelerated in recent years with the advent of novel tools for generating and assessing data on value, broader payer and provider engagement in value-based reimbursement models, and now, outcomes- and performance-based payment arrangements for biopharmaceuticals.

In this breakfast briefing, Bloomberg convenes health care sector CEOs, government, and thought leaders to discuss how escalating health care costs and the growing financial burden facing many patients are demanding greater acceleration of the move toward a value-driven health care system. We will explore how organizations are working together across the health care ecosystem to find and reward value, what needs to be done to create an infrastructure that can support value-driven care, as well as look at what’s being done to keep momentum amid changing policy.

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