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“In explaining its new plan to employer clients, UnitedHealth said that it will ramp up what it calls "value-based" contracts over the next few years, so that between 50% and 70% of the carrier's commercially insured members could be affected by 2015, up from about 1% to 2% this year.”
“The council which includes the Christian-run pro-abstinence group the Silver Ring Thing, says it aims to bring the voice of what it describes as "value-based, parent centred" sex and relationship education SRE providers to policy discussions on the future of SRE in schools.”
“Aetna's decision to offer the new benefits package focused on heart-attack patients reflects growing interest in so-called value-based insurance design, which encourages beneficiaries to adopt healthy lifestyles.”
“The health law's so-called "value-based purchasing" rewards hospitals for their rate of improvement, not just for attaining goals, Berwick said.”
“The new Medicare initiative, known as value-based purchasing, will redistribute money among more than 3,100 hospitals.”
“Decisions on how much the health-care system will pay for new treatments will be made through "a new system of value-based pricing," the statement said.”
“Ehrbar calls EVA Momentum, "a bona fide innovation in financial analysis ... that promises to open a new chapter in value-based management.”
“That's when the company noticed consumers "getting back to basics, comfort food, value-based purchases," says Ms. Backer.”
“Amdocs said that, as a service provider, the company is faced with an evolution to personalized value-based pricing and charging.”
“In a value-based system, the quantity is a residual.”
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