Finding a Faster Path to Value-Based Care 

New Study of Physicians and Health Plan Executives 

This study reveals that the complexity of quality measures and physicians’ lack of access to patient data at the point of care are barriers to the healthcare industry’s adoption of value-based care.

Key Findings:

Complexity is impeding adoption   

74% of physicians and health plan executives said that quality measures are too complex, making it difficult for physicians to achieve them.

Access to complete patient data is critical and still lacking*

65% of physicians said they do not have all the healthcare information they need about their patients. 

New tools are needed–and wanted–at the point of care

64% of physicians and health plan executives said that physicians do not have the tools needed to succeed in a value-based care system.

85% of physicians are likely or very likely to use a tool that provides on-demand patient-specific data to identify gaps in quality, risk and utilization as well as medical history insight within the clinical workflow in real-time.