Humana is one of the nation’s largest players in the Medicare Advantage market, with more than 4 million lives covered under those plans. Roughly half of those members see a primary-care physician who is engaged in some form of a value-based contract. According to its annual report assessing value-based contracting, Humana found that those members are getting preventive screenings at a higher rate than seniors in traditional plans and their overall cost of care is lower. Modern Healthcare Managing Editor Matthew Weinstock recently spoke with Humana Chief Medical Officer Dr. William Shrank about the drive to value-based care.
The Check Up: Dr. William Shrank of Humana
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