Healthcare leaders that are responsible for buying healthcare at scale for members or employees are continually challenged with prioritizing investments to improve their organizations. There is a constant effort to choose and prioritize what feels like [...]
In the US, health spending grew 9.7% to $4.1 trillion in 2020. This is the latest data point in a long-term trend expected to continue over the remainder of the decade, with health spending likely outpacing [...]
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