J&J has consistently supported payment and delivery reform efforts to promote quality of care and improve value while maintaining a strong incentive for innovation. Below are our commitments toward supporting value-based care:
- We will increase the percentage of J&J employee insured members receiving care through value based, coordinated care models (ACOs, medical homes, etc.) from 10% in 2015 to 30% in 2018 and 50% by 2020.
- We will engage employees in their health via personal digital health tools, connecting 100,000 employees worldwide by 2020.
- We will provide solutions that help encourage and improve the coordination of patient care.
- We will assess our new products for their impacts on quality measures that are relevant to new payment models.
- We commit to partner with providers and patient advocates on the clinical pathway and measure development process as we collectively work to achieve the Triple Aim.
Johnson & Johnson
Our Commitment to Value-Based Care
Posted June 26, 2017 in: Event by kchen