BOSTON — As the cost of health care rises, academic and industry leaders batted around ideas to make medicine more affordable by having people pay for the benefit they accrue rather than the specific services they receive.

Called “value-based care,” the concept is complicated and amorphous — but it touches all areas of health care, from hospital procedures to medical research to pharmaceutical pricing.

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