Projection of man on tablet Plans often consider data requests on a case-by-case basis, and commonly, base decisions on whether to comply on what is best for them not their purchaser clients. (Image: Stock)

Do all self-insured employers and other health care purchasers enjoy sufficient access to their health care data? Unfortunately, the answer is a resounding no.

Data helps purchasers evaluate their current health care offering, tweak an existing program and/or implement new, innovative strategies. But in recent years, certain claims and clinical data have become serious currency in health care, and as such, health plans have increasingly treated this information as an asset to be monetized.

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