Value-Based Care in Reality: Where are We and Where do We Go from Here?

Along with the buzz, there are many questions posed over the past decade about value-based care and what it means for providers, payers, and patients. How will value-based care be applied? Does it achieve value? Where do things stand today? 

David Kemp, the host of Highway to Health, wanted to know more about the reality behind value-based care. Can healthcare access, experiences, and outcomes be improved through this methodology? 

Matt Mulski, CEO & Co-Founder of Telos Health Solutions, sees many opportunities in the value-based care space to impact the healthcare community. Still, those opportunities come with challenges that require a mindset shift — a shift Mulski says providers are beginning to make.  

“What we’re seeing on our side is organizations trying to figure out a way to reduce the total cost of care delivery,” Mulski said. “That hits on that triple aim aspect of care and what value-based care is all about. Make sure patients have a great experience and are satisfied, the outcomes are improving, your providers are not extremely burnt out, and the cost of care delivery is reduced.” 

Matt Mulski is a graduate of Georgia Southern University with a background in technology startups such as Home Health Solutions, LLC, and Note-e-fied, which led him to the foundation of Telos Health Solutions. Mulski’s work at Telos keeps him busy, but he enjoys exercising and playing golf when he can.  

Telos Health Solutions, based in Dallas, TX, helps home health agencies optimize care efficiency, outcomes, and costs through actionable insights. Telos’ HHA Insights Software’s design increases the volume and speed of actionable insights needed in a simplified way to help home health agencies reduce hospitalizations, improve outcomes, and guide operational efficiency changes. 

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