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In light of our goals which focus on health care value for our employer members and their employees, it became clear that UnitedHealthcare was the best administrative partner option for the BHCG going forward, said Dianne Kiehl, BHCG executive director.
This innovative type of reimbursement arrangement with hospitals is a natural next step in advancing Blue Cross' focus on delivering value and achieving better patient outcomes," said Sue Barkell, senior vice president for Health Care Value at BCBSM.
Additionally, the sector will need to engage public and private organizations on the health care value chain to deliver innovative solutions to address local needs if it wants to succeed in addressing emerging market growth and the world's aging population challenges in the coming years.
But it's ultimately not creating health care value because it tends to bias who you get treated by, and it eliminates the providers' incentive to get better and better at whatever they do.
Counters Setterberg: Kenney "first articulated the idea that at the root of health care values there needs to be a spiritual foundation to really engage.
Our strong focus on diversity helps the company improve health care value and attain our mission of improving the lives of the people we serve and the health of our communities.
Hussain Mooraj of AMR Research will consider the future of the health care value chain.
We are thrilled to recognize and honor Cigna for providing outstanding health care value to employers and other purchasers in the Northeast," said Laurel Pickering, president and CEO, Northeast Business Group on Health.