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By Monica E. Oss
One of the biggest changes that the industry-wide shift to value-based care has brought is a rethinking of how we define what constitutes “health care.” While Medicare, Medicaid, and other payers will still only provide direct reimbursement for health care services, many health plans have come to recognize the importance of funding social services to reduce health care costs in a value-based model. As the market pushes on towards more value-based care, payers and health plans are looking for new opportunities to reduce overall costs for the complex consumer population. This means moving to more integrated . . .
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