A Framework for Building Trust and Collaboration Between Health Plans and Physicians

December 3, 2018

One of the best ways to maximize revenue under value-based care arrangements is for health plans and physicians to team up and work collaboratively on health care transformation. By building a strong and meaningful partnership, health plans and physicians can achieve higher quality, provider better care and improve patient satisfaction. However, sometimes this is easier said than done. There are many obstacles and barriers to collaboration that must be addressed for a successful partnership to evolve. Ultimately, it all boils down to communication and trust.

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Guide Healthcare

Guide Healthcare is a specialist allied health service provider and staffing solutions company. We are dedicated to improving the provision of allied heath services in aged care homes. Residents now expect and deserve access to expert clinicians and evidence based treatment programs. The challenge for providers, is to adapt to these changing demands. To remain innovative and competitive, organisation are beginning to shift services towards home environments, modified consumer directed models and the introduction of reablement programs.

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