Tag Archives: Volume of care

Volume of care is a term relevant to a fee-for-service healthcare system. It describes the number of service events (tests, imaging, medications, referrals, etc.) that health care providers order for patients. This ‘volume’ approach is losing favor, with greater emphasis now being placed on ‘value of care’.

Physicians and Adherence: What Does ‘Good’ Look Like?

Physicians are very well placed to drive improvements in medication adherence. But are they fully engaged in the task? This is the first in a two-part post – “Physicians and Adherence: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly” – that will explore this question. This part focuses on: What does ‘good’ look like? ‘Volume’-to-‘Value’ and the Role of Adherence With healthcare emphasis shifting to ‘value of care’ and away from… Read More »