How nurse allies can improve outcomes and cut costs
To help workers navigate the complicated health care system, more employers are turning to outside clinical advocacy firms.
By Jessica Hennessey|January 28, 2020 at 09:45 AM
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As the nation’s health care delivery marketplace grows increasingly more complex, it creates confusion, a lack of care coordination and disengagement for millions of frustrated and disillusioned consumers.
Left to manage the fragmented system are health plan sponsors already dealing with myriad other issues. The result is that health plan members make ill-informed decisions about important health care conditions that often lead to sub-par outcomes.
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