New York Scorecards on Payment Reform
An independent review of health care payments to doctors and hospitals reveals that the vast majority of payments in New York State continue to flow through a fee-for-service mechanism in both the commercial (94%) and Medicaid (72%) sectors. However, a significant proportion of payments are “value-oriented”—that is, designed to boost the quality of care patients receive. Approximately one-third of health care payments to doctors and hospitals in New York State are value-oriented.
Catalyst for Payment Reform (CPR) released the findings in two Scorecards, commissioned by the New York State Health Foundation.
Read the New York Scorecard on Commercial Payment Reform.
Read the Commercial Methodology.
Read the New York Scorecard on Medicaid Payment Reform.
Read the Medicaid Methodology.
Read the FAQ.