Patients, Providers, Payers & Purchasers
Committed to Better Value Now
We’re a nonprofit industry consortium that brings together patients, payers, providers and purchasers to align public and private sector efforts in value. We help our members progress in their value journeys through shared learnings and by shaping healthcare operational and public policies. The Task Force offers free resources to educate and inspire individuals and organizations interested in value-based payment models.
Our Commitment to Value

Patients, Providers, Payers & Purchasers
Committed to Better Value Now

We’re a nonprofit industry consortium that brings together patients, payers, providers and purchasers to align public and private sector efforts in value. We commit to having 75 percent of our respective businesses operating under value-based payment arrangements by 2020. We help our members progress in their value journeys through shared learnings and by shaping healthcare operational and public policies. The Task Force offers free resources to educate and inspire individuals and organizations interested in value-based payment models.
Our Commitment to Value

Webinar: Beyond Surveys: How Health Systems Engage Patients
HCTTF and CCEHI hosted a webinar featuring a patient panel with PFAC participants from organizations featured in a recent case study report. Each participant discussed how the systems’ patient engagement structures have improved the care experience for patients. Representatives from each organization also presented on their work with patients to create opportunities to build relationships and have ongoing dialogue using advisory councils.
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Principles for Consumerism in Value-Based Care
The Patient-Centered Priorities Work Group developed a set of Principles for Consumerism in Value-Based Care that aim to ensure consumerism approaches are patient-centered and equitable. These seven principles can be used as a benchmark or checklist by health care stakeholders, including payers and providers, to assess whether their consumerism approaches truly empower patients as partners in their care.
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MedStar Health Joins the Task Force
HCTTF announced MedStar Health has joined its membership. MedStar Health is a non-profit, integrated delivery system providing care to patients across Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. True to the slogan “MedStar Health – it’s how we treat people,” the health system uses the best of their minds and hearts to serve their patients, those who care for them, and the communities they live in.
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CMMI: Principles for Accelerating the Pace of Change
CMMI has been at the epicenter of federal government efforts to reform health care payment and delivery and has served as an effective catalyst in the development and adoption of value-based payment (VBP) models. However, there are ways that federal policymakers can more effectively accelerate value-based transformation. A recent HCTTF blog featured in Health Affairs shares an overview of the first decade of CMMI, challenges with the current transformation efforts, and outlines five principles for future innovation.
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Patients, Providers, Payers & Purchasers

Committed to Better Value Now

We’re a nonprofit industry consortium that brings together patients, payers, providers and purchasers to align public and private sector efforts in value. We help our members progress in their value journeys through shared learnings and by shaping healthcare operational and public policies. The Task Force offers free resources to educate and inspire individuals and organizations interested in value-based payment models.

Our Latest Resources

Patients, Providers, Payers & Purchasers
Committed to Better Value Now

We’re a nonprofit industry consortium that brings together patients, payers, providers and purchasers to align public and private sector efforts in value. We help our members progress in their value journeys through shared learnings and by shaping healthcare operational and public policies. The Task Force offers free resources to educate and inspire individuals and organizations interested in value-based payment models.

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Our Goal

We commit to have 75 percent of our respective businesses operating under value-based payment arrangements by 2020. These arrangements focus on lowering cost, improving the quality of care, and ultimately producing better population health.

75%
of member businesses

in value-based payment arrangements by 2020.

 

Health Care Transformation Task Force News

Find the latest releases from the Task Force, including announcements of recent tools, resources, and public statements on value-related policy. Browse media coverage of the Task Force and our recent work.

Healthcare Transformation Task Force News

Find the latest releases from the Task Force, including announcements of recent tools, resources, and public statements on value-related policy. Browse media coverage of the Task Force and our recent work.

Value-Related Policies, Commentaries, Shared Learnings, and Other Resources

The Task Force develops policies, commentaries, shared learnings, and additional resources that support the implementation of value-based payment models.

Fueled by Dynamic Member Organizations & Representatives

Our members hail from across the health care industry. They represent patients, payers, providers, purchasers, and partners. Our members are leaders and major influencers in value-based care delivery and payment reform, and have deep expertise in private and public sector health care.