Payers and providers have a complex relationship. Stereotypes suggest payers want to cut expenses, while providers want quality care (regardless of cost). Conventional wisdom says these parties have treated each other with suspicion in the past. But the U.S. healthcare industry is in the midst of evolving to new outcomes-based payment models, and as a result the payer-provider relationship is evolving. As providers become more responsible for cost, payers are willing to offer information and expertise. Provider insights about practicing medicine can enrich payer data. Both sides share the goals to improve quality and reduce expense. There is a more collaborative approach among payers and providers in the U.S. healthcare industry today than ever before. I believe that trend will continue. How Allscripts helps strengthen these collaborations Allscripts can make these collaborations even stronger. Our solutions connect more patients with […]
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