CPR's Scorecards on Payment Reform
Scorecard on Payment Reform 2.0
With funding from the Laura and John Arnold Foundation and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, CPR has launched a new effort to create an advanced Scorecard on Payment Reform that tracks the status of the public and private sector progress on payment reform. The project will pilot the new scorecard in several states and will include measures on the growth of value-oriented payment methods as well as the impact of the payment reform movement on quality and cost and other economic indicators. Visit the project page here. Read the media release here. See the list of advisers here.
2014 National Scorecard on Payment Reform
Read the 2014 National Scorecard Results.
Read the Media Release on the 2014 National Scorecard Results.
2013 National Scorecard on Payment Reform
Read the 2013 National Scorecard Results.
Read the Media Release on the 2013 National Scorecard Results.
Read the Scorecard on Medicare Payment Reform here.
Read the New York Scorecards on Payment Reform here.
Read the California Scorecards on Payment Reform here.
The National Compendium on Payment Reform
The National Compendium on Payment Reform is a web-based, searchable and sortable, detailed database of private-sector payment reform initiatives across the country. Together, the scorecards and compendium aim to catalyse action toward payment reform by illustrating and monitoring where the country stands in its effort to move toward value-oriented payment.
Visit the Compendium Website.