Last Week in Healthcare Reform: November 29th, 2021

Have you heard of care coordination?
Studies show that as much as 30% of healthcare is unnecessary and does nothing to improve patient health. One way to address this issue? Care coordination, which keeps the patient first. Performed by medical professionals, care coordination drives value by helping to connect patients with the high-quality care they need, without overpaying for services or treatments they can receive at a much lower cost nearby.
Visit our website to watch our new video on the important role that care coordination plays in helping control healthcare costs for consumers.

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