What is the Health Care Payment Learning & Action Network?
The Health Care Payment Learning & Action Network (HCPLAN, or LAN) is an active group of public and private health care leaders dedicated to providing thought leadership, strategic direction, and ongoing support to accelerate our care system’s adoption of alternative payment models (APMs). The LAN mobilizes payers, providers, purchasers, patients, product manufacturers, policymakers, and others in a shared mission to lower care costs, improve patient experiences and outcomes, reduce the barriers to APM participation, and promote shared accountability.
Since 2015, health care stakeholders have relied on the LAN to align them around core APM design components, host forums and summits to share information and inspire action, build consensus among leaders, and measure the progress of APM adoption. The LAN will continue to be a trusted partner that connects the public and private sectors, identifies and shares best practices, and guides the field in rapidly moving to value-based payment.
An American health care system that pays for value to the benefit of our patients and communities.
To accelerate the shift to value-based care in order to achieve better outcomes at lower cost.
Our Goal Statement
Accelerate the percentage of US health care payments tied to quality and value
in each market segment through the adoption of shared accountability alternative
Since 2015, the LAN has empowered the public and private sectors with a common framework for classifying APMs, published an interactive tool for designing APMs, measured the annual progress of adoption, and hosted annual summits to connect stakeholders. Please explore the modules below to learn more about how we have led the movement to transform health care payment.
LAN Executive Forums connect influential public and private sector leaders committed to aligning their efforts, sharing insights, and providing guidance on how to accelerate payment reform.