California exchange report V-BID's impact on plan quality & affordability
In their discussion draft report, the California Exchange's staff recommend V-BID innovations to encourage healthy behaviors and patient compliance, as well as to integrate new clinical evidence into care through appropriate incentives. See summary, pages 76-83 and 151.
V-BID receives RWJF grant to study CT State Health Enhancement Plan
This 2-year study funded by the RWJF will examine the overall impact of Connecticut's Health Enhancement Program for state workers.
Savings Achieved with Innovative Physician Payment Method
Massachusetts physician groups have employed a new reimbursement model that has reduced the rate of increase in health care spending by an average of 2.8 percent by offering provider rewards for controlling spending and improving the quality of care.
Patient-centered medical homes & V-BID: a synergistic approach
Our next brief in an ongoing series explores the intersection of PCMHs and V-BID. The PCMH is a supply-side mechanism that enables clinicians to deliver higher quality care more efficiently. By providing financial incentives like lower co-payments, members who enroll in a PCMH can use V-BID principles to influence provider choice.
After nearly seven years located in the School of Public Health at the University of Michigan, V-BID has relocated to theNorth Campus Research Complex.
Our new address is:
2800 Plymouth Road
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2800
We're excited to have more space to grow and the chance to be a part of one of the nation's largest entities for health care research working toward the common goal of making health care increasingly accessible, safer and more cost-effective.
The University of Michigan Center for Value-Based Insurance Design (V-BID) leads in research, development and advocacy for innovative health benefit designs.