Scorecards on Payment Reform
Catalyst for Payment Reform pioneered tracking progress on payment reform in the United States.
Which payment methods are we are using to pay providers and how many dollars are flowing through each? CPR has developed a methodology that shows both. Moving forward, we're also committed to linking payment reform to outcomes in the health care system.
Check out our national and state Scorecards, including results from the Scorecard on Reform 2.0 state-level pilots.
Find out how much and what type of payment reform occurred in the Garden State in 2016, and how New Jersey fares on state-level indicators that shed light as to whether the changes in how health care is paid for are delivering on their promise of better quality and more affordable health care. Released in conjunction with the New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute in September of 2018.Download
Like our previous national and state-level Scorecards on Payment Reform, Scorecard 2.0 will continue to measure how much payment reform there is and of what type. Building off of this base, 2.0 will also measure, at a macro level, the impact that payment reform is having on the health care system by examining 12 new metrics. CPR is currently piloting Scorecard 2.0 in three states, Colorado, New Jersey, and Virginia, examining 2016 data.
The National Compendium on Payment Reform is a web-based, searchable and sortable, detailed database of private-sector payment reform initiatives across the country.