Providers view themselves as looking out for patients and see insurers as singularly focused on cutting costs. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Collaboration between insurers and health care providers could stand to significantly improve.

That’s the takeaway from a survey of health care leaders conducted by New England Journal of Medicine-Catalyst. The study was led by Namita Seth Mohta, MD., clinical editor of NEJM Catalyst, and Leemore Duffy, PhD, of the at Harvard School of Business.

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