Content, structure, and accessibility of low-value care reduction toolkit

We would love to get some initial feedback from employers. We greatly appreciate your engagement. For reference, please visit the toolkit web-page. With any questions or concerns, please contact budros@vbidhealth.com.
Individual responses will not be shared outside the VBID Health team without consent.

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* 1. What organization do you represent?

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* 2. If any employer, how would you describe the size of your business?

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* 3. If an employer, how would you describe your organization?

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* 4. Indicate how you would rank the following elements of the toolkit.

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Information on levers to reduce low-value care (see our HA blog post on levers) 
Case studies of low-value care reduction efforts (eg, examples of medical policies to reduce Top 5 services)
RFI language for purchasers to communicate with third party administrators/carriers
Information on tools to measure low-value care (eg Health Waste Calculator and successful uses of these tools)
Tips for internal communication on new policies (eg, to employees or members)
Business case templates
Information on the Top Five low-value care services in general (eg, one-pagers)

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* 5. Indicate how you would prioritize these elements of the toolkit not already included.

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Tutorial video on the contents of the toolkit
"Low-value care library" compilation of available external online resources including literature, webinars, newsletters, and other low-value care resources (eg, the "value-based payment learning kit" from MCOL)
General low-value care reduction "white board video"  (ie, animate the Task Force background slides)
State law map relevant to low-value care reduction
Tips for external communication (eg, communicating policy changes with network providers as an employer)
Information on vendors that work with consumers on behalf of purchasers and carriers (eg, accolade)

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* 6. Indicate how you would categorize the practicality of the toolkit?

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* 7. Do you feel strongly that something should be added or removed from the toolkit? Or, how can the usefulness of the toolkit be improved?

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* 8. What barriers do you predict would prevent you from using the existing resources to address low-value care?

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* 9. Do you have specific suggestions regarding the layout or design of the toolkit? 

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Easy to navigate
Simple(r) language throughout
Minimize clicks (ie, keep as many resources on the main landing page as possible)
Emphasize the Top 5 

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* 10. Do you have specific suggestions regarding dissemination of or access to the toolkit?

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* 11. Do you have any final suggestions for the toolkit content, layout, or accessibility? 

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