Colorado’s new health care service will be tested as they transition from the traditional health care system into value-based care through Making Care Primary (MCP) model.
Traditional Health Care Vs Value-Based Care on Colorado’s New Health Care Service
Colorado’s new health care service will be different from the traditional Health care service.
The difference between Traditional Healthcare from Colorado’s new health service is when patients visit any healthcare facility and pay the standard fee for procedures of any examination made. The standard fee will be fixed whether or not the patient had their health improved or not. With this, Law makers felt the need to have Colorado’s new health service.
Colorado’s new health care service will be a value-based care system, like Making Care Primary (MCP) model. In this, when patients visit any health care facility, they will pay based on the quality of the outcome, added to the fees that were used in providing the service, but not the standard fee as compared to traditional healthcare. This will then become the bases for Colorado’s new health care service.
Colorado’s New Health System: For Better Service and Access to Health Care.
According to the Department of Health Care Policy and Finance, Colorado’s new health care service will send an impactful message to the health care providers to improve care quality, while being rewarded for managing the health of the patients.
Colorado’s new health service aims for better services and access to health care while reducing low-quality service which may cause health disparity among Coloradans.