72% Of Health Care Executives Believe Their Organizations Have Capabilities To Support Increased Risk & Are Planning To Take On Additional Risk

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Approximately 72% of executives believe their organizations have the capabilities needed to support increased risk, and plan to take on additional risk in the next one to three years. About 64% of the same executives reported that they would assume additional risk through commercial payer contracting models. Roughly 57% said they would assume risk through…

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