Bass strings probably (?) need a touch more height so they don’t buzz. They’re thicker and vibrate more widely. But that’s just to offset those factors, not because you really want the string to be higher.
I play 7.25" radius necks, and it’s a pain. It really is like climbing a hill from bass to mids and then descending that hill to treble again. It is measurable enough to change your form as you move from low to high. It’s also why I replace the bridge on the Mustang. On the stock Mustang bridge, both E string saddles are weirdly lower than all the others and you can’t correct that. Going from B to E is like falling off a chair. It’s weird, I don’t know why they do that.
Long story short: Set your height to the radius and be happy. If you have a flatter radius fretboard, like 14" or above, you may even find that it interferes less with your picking technique. But I would definitely not intentionally dial in an exaggerated radius.