Valence Health offers a complete suite of solutions that empower provider organizations as they transition to value-based care. Whether implemented in modules or as a whole, Valence has the expertise and technology platform that providers need to succeed in a rapidly evolving marketplace. Our three-in-one combination of focused consulting, innovative technology platform, and operational services sets us apart.
Since 1996, Valence has helped providers assume financial control while improving quality through clinical integration, population health management, and value-based payment models. From pay-for-quality to shared-risk arrangements, full capitation, and provider-sponsored health plans, our 300 employees support the health of more than 15 million patients nationwide, assist 30,000 physicians, and have processed more than $2 billion in claims.
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Chicago, IL March 18, 2014 – Valence Health, a leading provider of clinical integration, population health and value-based care solutions, today announced it was selected by Health Choice, a joint venture between Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare and MetroCare Physicians, to design, develop and optimize a clinically integrated network to improve the clinical care and financial performance of its providers and physician-hospital organization.
Chicago, IL – January 14, 2014 – Valence Health, a leading provider of clinical integration, population health and value-based care solutions, announced today that the company experienced record growth in 2013, its best operating year ever. The company reported adding 15 new clients, while revenues grew 35% and bookings were 65% higher versus one year earlier.
Hospitals and health systems in the U.S. have been facing a new challenge lately: taking on risk. Many organizations are taking on risk through new contracts with payers, but others are taking risk-baring to another level: becoming a provider-sponsored health plan. After provider-sponsored plans became widespread in the 1980s and 1990s, a few organizations' plans have stood the test of time: Kaiser Permanente in Oakland, Calif., Danville, Pa.-based Geisinger Health System and UPMC in Pittsburgh come to mind. But recent events in the industry have made the concept attractive to many health systems once again.