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From the Harvard Business Review:
https://hbr.org/cover-story/2019/03/how-employers-are-fixing...

Much is at stake: Various actors in the health care ecosystem, some large insurers and providers among them, benefit from an arrangement that layers on administrative costs and rewards volume, not value. Yet business as usual is unsustainable for those absorbing the costs and experiencing the uneven quality of care. Pioneering employers and providers are in a position to upend the status quo and change expectations about what affordable, quality care can and should be. What follows is an account of our experience with one important effort, among several being tried, to find a better way.

Walmart and other innovative companies, including Lowe’s, McKesson, GE, and Boeing, are disrupting how employers pay for care by taking insurers out of the equation and contracting directly with leading health systems.

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Eliminate the 20% insurer's skim, reduce costs. It's just arithmetic.

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