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Mid-Term Legislative Priority: Secure Reimbursement for Prevention Services

The Initial business case for coordinated team-based care was written to provide evidence and present a convincing argument for changing the manner in which healthcare is delivered and financed in Wisconsin. The below documents capture what we know today about this fluid and dynamic system, and proposes a solution to the issues and inefficiencies identified. The evidence throughout the initial business case demonstrates that a coordinated team-based approach is a cost-effective way to improve health outcomes. We can no longer work in silos and expect different results. We need to work together in a coordinated effort to truly impact the way we deliver care to patients and improve health outcomes in Wisconsin. 

The Partnership for Value-Based Care has been formed to continue the discussion and update the constantly changing business case, and secure value based financing for coordinated team based care. The coalition will be planning to meet in the fall to determine next steps.

Please see the UPDATED business case (4-23-18).

If you are interested in hearing more details and getting involved, please contact the WPHA Office for more information.

Partnership for Value-based Coordinated Care purpose statement: Provides goals, partner expectations and partnership list

New framework (5-5-17): This new framework replaces the framework in the business case

Webinar recording and webinar slides from August 10, 2017 Progress Update via Webinar. 

Educational issue briefs targeted to four different audiences:

Initial business case for coordinated team-based care

Executive summary

Coordinated team-based care framework - Updated 5/5/17

Cause for concern

Proposed solution - Updated 3/13/17

Evidence base - Updated 3/13/17



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