How To | Innovation and Disruption

Innovating to Care for High-Need, High-Cost Patients

How To | Innovation and Disruption

Innovating to Care for High-Need, High-Cost Patients

Providers and health plans need to broaden their views to find and implement approaches that deliver greater value to the patient while ensuring the financial sustainability of the system.

Providers and health plans need to broaden their views to find and implement approaches that deliver greater value to the patient while ensuring the financial sustainability of the system. That was the overarching theme at HFMA’s 2018 National Payment Innovation Summit, as described in this report.

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