Direct Contracting, Employee Benefits, Network

MYTH BUSTING! The direct contracting difference

Direct contracting with provider networks is for everyone

Dr. Christopher Kodama, MBA, President and CEO

Contracting directly with a provider network, or clinically integrated network is a proven and effective method for improving population health and containing costs. Jumbo and large employers have used this contracting arrangement to understand and control their healthcare strategy. But this contracting arrangement is not limited to the very large, resource-filled purchasing groups. 

In this video, you will learn:

  • The four common myths associated with direct contracting
  • How we've busted those myths 
  • How the direct contracting approach benefits healthcare strategy, population health management, and cost savings

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