Does Your Agency Have A Value Statement?

“SAE is an excellent organization, led by Steven Estrine, Ph.D. who is laser focused on staying abreast of the changes, challenges, and opportunities in behavioral healthcare. I am particularly struck by his ability to hire staff with exceptional talent and expertise in diverse areas of healthcare. In addition, SAE has a long history of grant writing, and has written several complex grants for us, which involved helping us assess our internal resources and workflows. SAE is a pleasure to work with.”

— Stephen Gersten, CEO of Interborough Developmental and Consultation Center, Inc.


A Value-Based Payment (VBP) initiative can be an opportunity to restructure and grow. With careful planning, an analysis of outcome metrics and risk, transformation to new service models, and readiness to capture responsiveness to value measures, VBP can help in formalizing treatment practice and developing innovative, cost-effective care.

Whether your agency is preparing to be a lead, be a network provider or be a linkage partner, having a salient value statement is essential. It must address key strengths, opportunities, outcomes, risks and responsibilities. It must be versatile as well as specific in citing relevant impact on cost of care and alignment with population risk variables.

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