About Value Based Care
UnitedHealthcare’s focus on Value-based Care, a model based on achieving specific, agreed upon measures (both health and financial) that are tied directly to helping people live healthier lives, demonstrates our commitment to each person as an individual, with compassion, to support their unique care needs. It’s part of the vital social role that we play to support better health and better care, at a lower cost.
We believe that by working together with care providers – and putting the patient at the center of everything we do – we can help answer one of the most important questions of our time: how do we -- as a company, and a country -- best deliver, manage, and pay for health care?
UnitedHealthcare Value-based Care
Care providers and payers are forming new types of relationships – and realizing greater interdependence – as health care becomes oriented around value and patient outcomes, rather than volume and transactions.
Provider Success Stories
- How UnitedHealthcare’s Collaboration with ACOs are Improving Patient Care
- Data Sharing Closed Gaps in Care and Reduced Health Care Costs
- Value-based Care has Helped Improve Quality and Lower Costs for Medicaid Participants
- WESTMED and UnitedHealthcare Improved Key Quality Metrics in its First Year of ACO Relationship
- Monarch and UnitedHealthcare Collaborate to Reduce Admissions and Reduce Healthcare Costs
- El Rio Community Health Center and UnitedHealthcare Work Together to Reduce Avoidable Hospital Readmissions
Member Success Stories
- How Value-based Care Helped Beth Save More Than $80,000 in Health Care Costs in Just Two Years and Improve Her Health
- Increased Collaboration Between a Health System and UnitedHealthcare Changed Rhonda’s Life
- A Visual of How This Collaboration Changed Rhonda’s Life