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A.M. Best on Health Insurer Innovation: It's About Controlling the Cost of Care

A.M. Best analysts and researchers examine a new industry survey that shows that health insurers can innovate within their organizations by forming data partnerships with a growing range of health service providers.

Oct. 1, 2018

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