ACCESS Health International has joined the Leapfrog to Value Collaborative, a collaborative with a core principle of “compassionate and high-quality health systems that deliver better outcomes at better costs.” The collective is advancing the emergent field of value-based care in Ghana, India, Kenya, South Africa, and beyond. Dr Krishna Reddy Nallamalla, President (Asia), ACCESS Health International has been announced as one of the Principals of the Collaborative.

AHI’s role in this collective will be to drive the growth of the VBC movement in India. The collective also includes the Indian School of Business, Access Health International, PharmAccess, Percept, and the Global Development Incubator.

The collaborative aims to launch Usha Lesizalo: a platform dedicated to compassionate and high-quality care for mothers and newborns. Along with Usha Lesizalo, the L2V Collaborative also aims to launch a community of practice for value-based care in Low and Middle-Income Countries. The collaborative also aims to support national health insurance schemes on their value-based care policies.

The collective has also launched a playbook on how to design value-based care models, drawing on the experience of a growing global movement working with patients, providers, and payers to take action on these ideas. In this playbook, AHI, Leapfrog To Value, and other partners share step-by-step best practices on how patients, providers, and payers can collaborate and collaboratively design a VBC model.

The collaborative aims to partner with leading advisory firms that have expertise in quality improvement, health economics, health policy, and actuarial science. Leveraging their deep market knowledge and networks, the L2V Collaborative will work together to build human-centred health systems that deliver better outcomes at a better cost.

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