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Executives in health care organization report some progress on their top priorities, a new report from Optum has found. The pharmacy benefit manager, part of UnitedHealth Group, said its yearly survey seeks to understand how current market forces affect the decision-making of health organizations. It noted that the industry is currently dealing with supply-chain issues, pandemic-related changes, and new expectations from consumers.

To measure progress in moving forward in this challenging environment, Optum collected insights from 153 health care leaders from health plans, provider groups, employers, life science organizations, and government agencies. Of the respondents, 35% were members of the C-suite, 31% were senior vice presidents, and 33% were vice presidents

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