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Value-Based Care Strategies to Achieve Excellence in Patient Care Western Governors University D026: Quality Outcomes in a Culture of Value-Based Care
Value-Based Care: What is it? A healthcare model that focuses on qua vs. quantity Benefits include: Successful patient outcomes Improved patient satisfaction Decreased re-hospitalizations numb Improved cost quality Providers are paid and received ince for performance
Elements of Value-Based Healthcare Framework Reducing cost/Lowest cost Improving patient and population outcomes Increasing patient and consumer satisfaction
Benefits of Value-Based Healthcare for Patients and Populations Shift from volume focused to value focused care Patient outcomes and satisfaction focused Promoting health & illness prevention Informs patients Reduces medical errors Reduces cost
Rationale for Implementing Value-Based Care in a Health Organization Quality care Positive outcomes Improved relationships between providers and insurers
WGU Nursing Programs Conceptual Model MSN Nurse as scientist Use of translational science Influence decisions Prescribe & implement best practice Broadly disseminate findings (Western Governors University, 2016)
Advanced Professional Nurse’s Role in Value-Based Care Interpersonal collaboration Use of evidence-based knowledge Enhanced and renewed skills that focuses on patient-centered care
Evidence Relevant #1 Value-Based Healthcare: Covid-19 and Cancer Care Reshaping how facilities provide care to patients Use of Telehealth Reduction in infusion visits Oncology infusion clinics have seen at least 20%-30% reduction in patient visits Delaying non-urgent care
Evidence Relevant #2 Value-Based Healthcare: Covid-19 Disadvantages and Advantages on Cancer Care Disadvantages

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