The Center for Health Value Innovation is in relentless pursuit of innovation in health and benefit designs that produce rapid engagement, accountability for outcomes, and a predictable cost trend using value-based decisions.
The Center, or CHVI, is driven by individuals representing employers, public entities (cities, counties, and states, and Taft-Hartley plans), physician organizations and patient-centered medical homes, hospital and health systems, health plans and ACOs, technology and service companies, consultants and strategic experts. Conservatively, their organizations represent 60 million covered lives in America.
Our interest in value-based benefit designs brought us together, but sharing our collective wisdom, learning from each other and educating our communities about improved health quality through the use of value-based designs and thinking, is what keeps us together. We have created a safe haven for implementing new models for health engagement, an innovation incubator that takes existing and emerging technologies and inserts them into these community models, and an educational resource that informs the general community through our website, summits, webinars and social media. We are a non-profit 501(c)3 sharing the evidence that better health outcomes for our people, our organizations, and our communities is possible, actionable, and measurable.
How do we do these things?
Working with innovation leaders in business, government and health care, we translate the business experience into transformational strategies that enable stakeholders to accelerate health engagement and accountability leading to superior outcomes. Specifically:
How does this all work out in the real world? Starting with the publication of our first book in 2010, CHVI brings you real information from real organizations who are implementing these designs now.
Who are we?
We are business people, health care experts, researchers and innovators who care about a world where health is more of a priority than health care.
We are proud to count many forward-thinking corporations, partnerships and government entities among our members.
Finally, our allies are health care organizations that see the promise of value-based design and want to help benefit providers get it right: