As new value-based payment models continue to be introduced and the healthcare industry adjusts to changing regulatory demands, provider reimbursement will depend more and more on the quality of care delivered. And in many clinically integrated networks (CINs), these new payment models are driving meaningful changes in how providers view and manage healthcare resources.
 

While CINs may not be designed specifically to help negotiate contracts, they do help demonstrate value (that is, the highest-quality care at the lowest cost), which in turn helps them succeed with various kinds of value-based contracts.

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