Payers Can Improve Care Management to Improve ROI
McKinsey & Company recently released a report looking at the untapped potential of payer care management.
By: Mandy Sahhar
February 8, 2021 –McKinsey & Company (McKinsey) recently released a report looking at the untapped potential of payer care management. McKinsey listed four actions for payers to take in order to achieve a broader vision for care management and improve ROI. These include:
- Target High-Potential Sources of Value
- Leverage Care Management to Address Inappropriate Healthcare Spending
- Embrace Consumerism
- Adopt Operational Metric to Govern Care Management
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