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"Difficult, confusing, and frustrating," are words used to commonly describe a personal experience interacting with the U.S. healthcare system. These are some of the many adjectives used that are suitable for print.
To do the same thing over and over again and expect a different result is one definition of insanity. Yet, this is what many employers end up doing in association with managing their employee benefits health program, not because they want to or like to - because there have been limited options.
For decades healthcare has been built with an approach of one-size-fits-all. This approach obviously lacks customization or personalization.
As we peek out of the COVID-19 trenches, longing to see the daylight on the horizon, we now have an even deeper appreciation for our health, healthcare workers, and health systems at large.
You have likely heard of a clinically integrated network, or more commonly known as a CIN, being a popular healthcare management strategy. For employers looking to exceed the healthcare status quo, many have turned to CINs as the solution.
Care management programs are enhanced and outcomes among individuals improve when paired with a clinically integrated network
Alexis Koutlas, DNP, RN, NE-BC | Director of Integrated Care Management
A practical user guide to clinically integrated networks
Shawn West, MD | Chief Medical Officer
March 24, 2021 at 11:00am PT
Christopher Kodama, MD, MBA, President and CEO and Mike Robinson, CEO, Canopy Health
Sean White, First Vice President, Alliant Insurance Services
The Conference Board Employee Health Care Pre-Conference Webcast Series
February 4, 2021 at 8:00am PT
Christopher Kodama, MD, MBA, President and CEO
EBPA February Virtual Event
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