Value-Based Insurance Design: What's Best for Consumers?

March 18, 2016

Modifying the cost-sharing incentives facing patients is not a new idea but Value-Based Insurance Design (VBID) takes this idea one step further by using a “clinically nuanced approach” to benefit design. A classic example would be to lower or eliminate the cost of diabetic supplies for diabetics. VBID is on the radar of legislators, advocates and plan designers. Is VBID a silver bullet? Join our free webinar to learn the about VBID and its potential to bring better value to consumers and the health system as a whole.


David Asch (Slides)
The Warton School, University of Pennsylvania

Robert Krzys (Slides)
Connecticut Consumer Advisory Board

Lydia Mitts (Slides)
Families USA

Alyssa Vangeli (Slides)
Healthcare for All Massachusetts


A recording of this webinar is available on our YouTube page.


Resources about value-based insurance design can be found here.