One of the most important changes spurred by the practice of value-based care is how physicians may adjust the way they practice. Much of the opportunity to improve value lies in removing needless spending during the period following a hospitalization. For patients, this means spending more time recovering at home and less time in facilities. So what do doctors need to do differently to enable a home recovery?
Dr. Whitcomb, Chief Medical Officer for Remedy Partners, shares what surgeons, primary care physicians, hospitalists, and medical specialists need to do differently to make bundled payment programs work.Read the full article in NEJM Catalyst here.