Value based Healthcare
What is Value-Based Healthcare?
Value-based healthcare is a healthcare delivery model in which providers, including hospitals and physicians, are paid based on patient health outcomes. Under value-based care agreements, providers are rewarded for helping patients improve their health, reduce the effects and incidence of chronic disease, and live healthier lives in an evidence-based way. Value-based care differs from a fee-for-service or capitated approach, in which providers are paid based on the amount of healthcare services they deliver. The “value” in value-based healthcare is derived from measuring health outcomes against the cost of delivering the outcomes.
What is the Omeza Value-Based Bundle?
The Omeza Value-Based Bundle for chronic wound care consists of three products to be used individually or together as a convenience pack for maximum results. They are easily applied, gentle to the patient, and yet contain scientific innovation that we believe is unlike anything else on the market. Omeza's goal is to deliver advanced care outcomes within standard care framework: affordable, flexible point of care, easily adopted, and yet remarkable patient outcomes.
What is the role of the Omeza Value-Based Bundle?
The Omeza bundle is designed for ease of use, by not requiring extensive training, specific points of service, or advanced care reimbursement. Our products are gentle, with no adverse reactions to date, and can be applied by a practitioner, care giver, or even the patient themselves.
We account for the major variables in effective wound healing with three simple synergistic products, rather than focusing on one single component. Much of the innovation on the market today has a specific goal in mind - eradicate biofilm, deliver tissue, or keep a wound bed moist. This scenario requires a practitioner to select from countless disconnected products while leaving room for error.
Instead, our products are multi-dimensional, and designed with both practitioners and patients in mind, so that the payer system can deliver effective outcomes at a reduced cost and with fewer resources.
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