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We’ve seen the evolution of bundled payments, shared savings, Medicare Advantage plans, and most recently, Direct Contracting Entities (DCE). There have also been changes to regulatory hurdles (Anti-Kickback Statute, the Stark Law, and HIPAA) which have historically hindered innovative value-based payment initiatives. Yet, we still see far more fee-for-service payments than value-based payments. What obstacles remain for physicians to accept partial or full risk? How should they think about direct contracting relative to Medicare Advantage contracting? Are certain regions more VBC-ready than others?