Patients, Payers, Providers and Purchasers Committed to Better Value Now.


Health Care Transformation Task Force is an industry consortium that brings together patients, payers, providers and purchasers to align private and public sector efforts to clear the way for a sweeping transformation of the U.S. health care system. We are committed to rapid, measurable change, both for ourselves and our country. We commit to having 75 percent of our respective businesses operating under value-based payment arrangements by 2020.

Latest Updates

  • The Task Force releases guiding principles and key questions for addressing consumer priorities in value-based care. Read the whitepaper.

Mission & Commitment

Transformation is personal to us. We commit to having 75 percent of our respective businesses operating under value-based payment arrangements by 2020 and call on the rest of the health care system to do the same. 

Resources & Tools

Our members are on the frontlines of health care delivery and payment reform. Learn best practices from leaders across the country with our resources and tools section.


With deep experience in both private and public sector health care, our members represent leading employers, consumer organizations, policy leaders and other major industry organizations.



Our goal is clear — to reform our health care system so that it finally delivers the high-quality, coordinated, patient- and family-centered care that families deserve.”
— Debra Ness, President, National Partnership for Women & Families

The formation of this Task Force and its ambitious goal demonstrate that the private sector embraces a value-based approach to improving care and lowering costs. We are committed to rapid, measurable change both for ourselves and our country that will improve quality and make health care more accessible for all American families.”
— Richard Gilfillan, MD, President & CEO, Trinity Health




Building a healthier world requires fresh thinking and innovation. It calls for everyone in health care to rally around the single goal of improving health and service while reducing costs – whether you give care, receive care, manage care, or pay for care. This Task Force brings together a cross section of leaders, working together to find better ways to improve the health of people and communities. By joining together, we are well positioned to introduce more effective change, more quickly, with more impactful results.”
— Fran Soistman, Executive Vice President of Government Services, Aetna

We need to align the way we pay for and deliver care with the outcomes we want: better quality and lower costs. The country cannot continue down the path of fee-for-service medicine that produces fragmented and unsafe care. The cost of health care undermines our global economic competitiveness and erodes the financial security of individuals and families. Our goal is transformation that achieves value and improved health outcomes.”
— David Lansky, President & CEO, Pacific Business Group on Health