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Medical school officials say value-based care is not a fad


Some critics of the movement toward value-based care have challenged the idea that the health care system is actually delivering more value as it shifts away from a payment system based on volume. Professors from the University of Texas Dell Medical School say that contrary to the concerns among some critics of this movement away from paying for volume, value-based care is not a fad.

In fact, students at the school are learning to deliver care in value-based settings. They will define value-based care and explain how medical students are learning to deliver care under this new method of payment.

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