New White Paper Explains How the Reinvention of Managed Care Improves Patient Outcomes

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"Delivering Managed Care" white paper from Vera Whole Health discusses key elements that are revolutionizing the managed care model

SEATTLE, May 20, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Vera Whole Health, a national leader in advanced primary care, has published

a new white paper, "Delivering Managed Care: The Way It Was Intended." The paper examines how a new type of managed care has emerged: one centered around effective primary care that manages a patient's care throughout their health journey.

The Vera white paper covers several topics, including:

?    How traditional managed care was a cost-saving measure dressed up as a patient benefit, dooming it to failure before it began over 30 years ago. ?    How access to medical records, centralized primary care, and intentional care coordination are revolutionizing the managed care model. ?    How managed care, a key component of advanced primary care, can change patient outcomes dramatically.

The white paper reveals how Seattle Children's successfully partnered with Vera in 2012 to reboot its healthcare benefit strategy and stem skyrocketing healthcare costs. Vera's advanced primary care approach improved employee access to primary care and health coaching services, improving patient outcomes and saving millions of dollars annually.

To download the "Delivering Managed Care" white paper and learn more about Seattle Children's modern benefit strategy, visit Vera resources.

About Vera Whole Health Vera Whole Health is a national leader in advanced primary care. Their model is uniquely designed to help people achieve optimum social, psychological and physical well-being and they are the first on-site care center provider in the United States to earn a Certificate of Validation by the Validation Institute for sound population health cost outcomes. Learn more at VeraWholeHealth.com.

 

SOURCE Vera Whole Health



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