Here's the ROI of value-based care, according to healthcare providers — 5 statistics

About one-third of healthcare providers reported a positive return on investment from their organization's value-based care efforts over the past five years, according to HealthLeaders Media's 2018 Annual Industry Outlook Survey

Researchers surveyed leaders of 110 healthcare provider organizations, including surgery centers, physician organizations, health systems, hospitals and payers.

Here are five statistics from the report.

1. Among the respondents who reported a positive ROI from value-based care investments, 10 percent said their ROI was "strong."

2. Twenty-four percent of respondents said value-based investments yielded a "moderate" ROI.

3. Overall, larger organizations reported stronger ROI from value-based care investments than medium and small organizations did. Only 7 percent of small organizations reported strong ROI.

4. There were more organizations that reported receiving no ROI than ones reporting "strong," "moderate" or "minor" ROI. The other two response categories were "no investment" and "don't know," representing 13 percent and 3 percent, respectively.

5. While only 2 percent of respondents from health systems reported making no value-based care investment, nearly one-third of rural organizations said they've made no investment.

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