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7 insights on achieving progress toward value-based care
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A survey of 302 primary care physicians with hospital affiliations and 150 health plan executives examines progress that must still be realized to achieve value-based care. These include achieving better alignment between providers and payers and improvements in electronic health records to bridge critical gaps. Some widely differing views exist between providers and insurers on common issues. Quest Diagnostics, a national laboratory chain and IT vendor, and cloud hosting vendor Inovalon, commissioned the April survey conducted by Regina Corso Consulting.