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Evaluating the Impact of Value-Based Purchasing

Table 1. Examples in the Literature of Purchasers Engaged in Value-Bas

Table 1. Examples in the Literature of Purchasers Engaged in Value-Based Purchasing

Purchaser(s)Authors of studies
(see references for full citation)
New Jersey Medicaid Office of Managed CareFarley et al. 2002 (also see Medicaid programs in five States, below)
General Motors CorporationScanlon et al. 2002; Meyer et al. 1999; Meyer et al. 1998; Meyer et al. 1997
Buyer's Health Care Action GroupSchultz et al. 2001; Feldman et al. 2000; Robinow 1997
Medicaid programs in five States (Arizona, Kansas, Michigan, New Jersey, and West Virginia)Fossett et al. 2000
Pacific Business Group on HealthCastles et al. 1999; Schauffler et al. 1999; Meyer et al. 1997; Rodriguez and Schauffler 1996
Members of the National Business Coalition on HealthFraser et al. 1999
California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS)Meyer et al. 1999; Meyer et al. 1998
The Alliance, Denver, ColoradoMeyer et al. 1999; Meyer et al. 1998
Missouri Consolidated Health Care PlanMeyer et al. 1999; Meyer et al. 1998
Cleveland Health Quality ChoiceMeyer et al. 1999; Meyer et al. 1998
University of CaliforniaBuchmueller and Feldstein 1997
Dallas-Fort Worth Business Group on HealthMeyer et al. 1997
Chicago Business Group on HealthMeyer et al. 1997
Gateway (St. Louis) Purchasing Association (now Gateway Purchasers for Health)Meyer et al. 1997
Digital Equipment CorporationMeyer et al. 1997
GTE CorporationMeyer et al. 1997
Community Health Purchasing Corporation (Iowa)Meyer et al. 1997
Pacific BellMeyer et al. 1997
Purchasers in 15 U.S. communitiesLipson and De Sa 1996

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Internet Citation: Evaluating the Impact of Value-Based Purchasing: Table 1. Examples in the Literature of Purchasers Engaged in Value-Bas. May 2002. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/professionals/quality-patient-safety/quality-resources/value/valuebased/vbptab1.html