Which payment methods are gaining the most momentum in New York?
How can payment reform most effectively improve the quality of care for New Yorkers?
Will payment reform noticeably improve health care affordability by 2021?
These are some of the questions CPR used to survey health care stakeholders, including leaders from large health systems, health care purchasing organizations, health plans, consumer organizations, and regulatory agencies, among others, in order to better understand New York’s health care landscape as it relates to payment reform.
CPR compiled the Leader Perspectives Report to share key findings from 20 interviews with health care leaders in the state. Key themes include: the interconnection between payment reform momentum and state-led efforts, the potential versus the ability of payment reform to improve quality of care, defining affordability, and consumer appetite for limited networks in New York.
To preserve the integrity of the insights and the confidentiality of the participants, CPR elected to not identify any individuals or organizations who contributed to the report and instead attribute the themes and insights in this report to stakeholder groups. CPR thanks all participants for their candor, expertise, and time.
This report is meant to accompany the 2018 and 2019 New York Scorecards on Commercial Payment Reform and the 2018 and 2019 New York Scorecards on Medicaid Payment Reform.