Learn how the exchange of actionable data gives payers moving into the care delivery space the means to increase quality metrics, membership, and reimbursement.
The United States ranks last on healthcare quality and first in spending compared to other high-income countries. This crisis of high cost and low value is driving new mandates from the government, innovations in healthcare technology, and market shifts — one of which is a gravitational pull between payers and providers to form “payviders.”
Spurred by an aging population, increased reimbursement from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), and the continued push for value-based care, more and more payers are entering the care delivery space every day.
When payers and providers come together, it is a convergence of goals that benefits everyone. Patients get more proactive and preventative care, and payers are able to lower their costs because they don’t have to cover unnecessarily reactive care.