How Telehealth Adoption May Drive Increase in Value-Based Care

By and on July 20, 2022

The COVID-19 pandemic has ushered in significant changes to the healthcare industry, specifically the transition from a fee-for-service model to a value-based care model, and digital health has proved to be a driver of value-based care models. In this Westlaw Today article, McDermott Partners Marshall E. Jackson, Jr. and Jeremy Earl suggest that increased use of telehealth during the pandemic may lead to an increase in the adoption of value-based care models that reward providers for efficiency and effectiveness.

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Marshall E. Jackson, Jr.
Marshall E. Jackson, Jr. focuses his practice on transactional and regulatory counseling for clients in the health care industry, as well as advises clients on the legal, regulatory and compliance aspects of digital health. Marshall provides counseling and advice to hospitals and health systems, private equity firms and their portfolio companies, post/sub-acute providers, physician practices, and other public and private health care companies in a variety of complex transactions and health regulatory compliance matters. Read Marshall Jackson's full bio.


Jeremy Earl
  Jeremy Earl focuses his practice on providing complex regulatory counseling and advice to a variety of health care organizations such as health insurers, health maintenance organizations, pharmacy benefit managers, health care providers and other industry stakeholders on federal and state regulatory matters. He also drafted and negotiated numerous value-based provider reimbursement agreements on behalf of managed care entities and health care providers such as accountable care organizations (ACOs), health systems and health insurers. Jeremy has been quoted in trade and national publications, including HealthPayer Intelligence, Modern Healthcare, Managed Care Executive, Business Insurance and Vox.com. Read Jeremy Earl's full bio.

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