Equality Health will use ACO REACH model to further its mission of addressing the social determinants
Soraya Marashi | May 6, 2022 | Arizona
Governor Spencer Cox recently announced the members of the organizing committee for the One Utah Health Collaborative (originally known as the Utah Sustainable Health Collaborative). The committee will be tasked with creating a dynamic framework for the Collaborative that addresses affordability, outcomes, and equity through the implementation of value-based care
Today marks the final day of the 2022 legislative session. Despite it being a short session, lawmakers were able to pass several pieces of meaningful health-related legislation. In this edition of "5 Things We're Watching," we look back at the session through a deep dive into health funding in the
Sheree Paloutzian, Ph.D., senior director of health plans and payer markets in the west region for Quest Diagnostics, says her organization is primarily focused on reducing the cost of health care. In this edition of "What They're Watching," Paloutzian explains that Quest is working with health plans to implement value-based
Recently in Utah, the transition from a fee-for-service payment model to a value-based care (VBC) payment model has been focused on at the state level. This is evident in Governor Spencer Cox’s OneUtah Roadmap and his recent announcement of the creation of the Utah Sustainable Health Collaborative. Castell Health, an
Rich Saunders is the chief innovation officer and senior advisor to Gov. Spencer Cox. Before that, he was the executive director of the Utah Department of Health (DOH). In this Q&A, Saunders discusses the new Utah Sustainable Health Collaborative and how that will best reduce the cost of care in
We had a bit of news yesterday. State of Reform has joined the HMA family of companies. That family includes the Leavitt Partners, which is a national institution among health consultancies based in SLC. So, this alignment deepens our roots in Utah and connects Leavitt and State of Reform at the hip.