Most employees think they need to pay top dollar for quality healthcare. However, this isn’t the case. Price is not an accurate measure of healthcare quality. From misaligned incentives and poor care coordination to complicated provider-network contracting, it can be extremely difficult for employees to navigate this cost-quality disconnect on their own. As a result, employees may: 1) overpay for quality care; or 2) overpay and NOT receive the quality care they deserve. There are four reasons for this disconnect between cost and quality in healthcare: Misaligned Incentives: There was a famous study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association that showed that1Read Our Blog
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