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

HCTTF Welcomes New CMMI Director Brad Smith
HCTTF members and staff extend our congratulations to Brad Smith on his appointment as Director of CMMI. As an industry consortium representing providers, health plans, employers, and consumers committed to adopting payment reforms, HCTTF looks forward to continued collaboration with the Innovation Center under Director Smith’s leadership to promote our shared goals.
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Webinar: LAN 2.0 Goals: Accelerating the Adoption of Two-Sided Risk APMs
Join HCTTF on Thursday January 30th to learn more about the Health Care Payment Learning & Action Network (LAN). Mark McClellan, MD, co-chair of the LAN CEO Forum and founding HCTTF Board member, will explain LAN's bold, new goals to accelerate the percentage of US health care payments tied to quality and value in each market segment through the adoption of two-sided risk alternative payment models.
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2019: A Year in Review
HCTTF released a report highlighting the multi-stakeholder group's accomplishments in 2019. The Task Force had a busy year – we released 6 new resources, including frameworks and tools to help industry stakeholders in the transition to value-based payment and care delivery. We issued 18 policy communications, hosted 6 webinars, presented at 11 conferences, and published numerous blogs and commentaries.
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When Talking About Social Determinants, Precision Matters
Clear and consistent terminology is an essential first step to determining what role the health care system can and should play in addressing the non-medical factors that influence health. HCTTF’s blog, which was among the top ten most popular 2019 Health Affairs blogs, and infographic provide a framework for SDoH, social risk factors, and social needs.
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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.