Consumers rated their trust in health insurers lower than they rated hospitals and physicians. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Neither physicians nor health system executives place much trust in health insurers, according to a report in Modern Healthcare, and consumers aren’t all that happy with them either.

Health care marketing and communications agency ReviveHealth’s 11th Trust Index report indicates that the lowest level of trust comes from health system execs, whose level of trust in health plans dipped to a score of 52 out of 100 this year, compared to 54.1 in 2016. Behind them come physicians, who scored health plans at 55.8 on the trust index, essentially unchanged from last year.

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