CONGRESS MUST ACT.
Extend the incentive
for value-based care.
Value-based care ensures patients receive the right care, in the right place, at the right time. Critical federal incentives for value-based care expire in 2023.
300,000 Physicians and Other Clinicians Will Lose Access to Critical Resources
If Congress does not act, patients and taxpayers will pay the ultimate cost. 300,000 physicians and other clinicians nationwide will lose access to the resources they need to provide quality, coordinated care.
PATIENTS WILL PAY THE ULTIMATE COST.
Congress must pass the extension of the 5% value-based incentive payment in legislation before December 31, 2022.
Why This Matters
Value-based care has improved health outcomes and lowered costs.
The U.S. healthcare system is at a crossroads. For over a decade, value-based care has improved health outcomes and lowered costs, but this progress is in grave danger. The transition to value-based care takes time, and our health system cannot afford to take steps backward. Congress must continue to incentivize participation in value-based care.
Get The Facts
Congress, Sign On Today
800 organizations are urging Congress to extend the value-based care incentive payments. Contact email@example.com to join the movement.
Value-Based Care FAQ
Why Act Now
Congress must act to extend the value-based APM incentive payments.
What Congress Can Do
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Fact vs Fiction
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MACRA Issue Brief
Learn about the law that created incentives for physicians and providers to participate in value-based care.
National organizations announce support of extending the value-based APM incentive payments.
Reps. Call for Extension
A bipartisan group of forty-four members of the House of Representatives called on House leadership to extend the value-based care incentives.
We are advocates on behalf of the 300,000 physicians and other clinicians who provide value-based care.
We are a coalition of physicians, hospitals, medical groups, and other healthcare stakeholders dedicated to ensuring patients receive the best possible care by:
- creating a cultural shift in the health system toward prioritizing high-quality care
- coordination across every member of a patient’s care team
- accountability to the best possible patient outcomes