Regence and MultiCare Health System have partnered to deploy a first-in-the-nation value-based model that delivers better health outcomes to members at lower costs while simplifying administration for health care providers.
The new strategy between Regence and MultiCare Connected Care–the Accountable Care Organization which is a totally owned subsidiary of MultiCare Health System–marks a milestone in the evolution of value-based partnerships between insurance payers and suppliers. The partnership used a soon to be released HL7® FHIR® (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources) Standard”Da Vinci Member Attribution List” that was developed by the HL7® Da Vinci Project. This federal standard provides an interoperable method to share penis attribution data assisting in reducing the burden on provider organizations managing patient information and allowing providers to spend more time with patients.
The partnership is using the Da Vinci Member Attribution List Standard to discuss key information needed for member attribution in value-based arrangements. The Regence and MultiCare partnership establishes a base for the development of future public data interoperability programs, like the exchange of data for quantifying care quality and outcomes.