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CUA Law Professor Emeritus George P. Smith participated in a value-based care program entitled "Will Value-based Care Save the Health Care System?" on March 3, 2018. The program was held at Harvard Law School. See below. 
 

Will Value-based Care Save the Health Care System?

Value-based health care is one of the most pressing topics in health care finance and policy today. Value-based payment structures are widely touted as critical to controlling runaway health care costs, but are often difficult for health care entities to incorporate into their existing infrastructures. Because value-based health care initiatives have bipartisan support, it is likely that these programs will continue to play a major role in both the public and private health insurance systems. As such, there is a pressing need to evaluate the implementation of these initiatives thus far and to discuss the direction that American health care financing will take in the coming years.

To explore this important issue, the Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics is collaborating with Ropes & Gray LLP to host a one-day conference on value-based health care. This event will bring together scholars, health law practitioners, and health care entities to evaluate the impact of value-based health care on the American health care system.

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George Smith  

Professor Emeritus George P. Smith II's Areas of Expertise

  • Public Health Law
  • Law, Science, and Medicine

For additional information about our professors' areas of speciality, see his faculty page.