The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services today released guidance for states on opportunities to advance value-based care in Medicaid, which reviews available federal authorities and “lessons learned” from early state and federal experiences.

“Our health care providers need Medicare, Medicaid and private insurance payers to work in tandem with one another, and I am calling on our state partners to use this guidance to develop a plan to improve quality for their Medicaid beneficiaries by advancing value-based care in their own programs,” said CMS Administrator Seema Verma.  

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