While managing risk has historically been a core plan function, the evolution of providers into risk-bearing entities doesn’t have to pose a threat to plan viability. In fact, it may provide an opportunity for plans to curb rising premiums. To maximize costs savings, plans must delegate traditional health insurance responsibilities to providers along with risk.
This research report outlines the insurance functions that plans can delegate to providers for better population health outcomes. Read on to learn about the benefits and timing of insurance function delegation, the circumstances necessary to delegate successfully, and which providers are best suited to take on individual responsibilities.
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