Health Care Trends Impacting Organized Provider Groups

June 2, 2017

Large organized provider groups (OPGs) are becoming increasingly influential and are integrating more with health care providers, payers, employers, and patients. Improved coordination of care helps OPGs achieve the Triple Aim—a model that strives to manage the health of defined patient populations while improving the care experience and lowering per-capita costs. Leading OPGs are also determined to remain competitive in their market as reimbursement in the US health care system moves from a volume-based to a value-based approach.

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