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by Cerner Corporation | Bill Copeland
Published on September 12, 2017

Provider-sponsored health plans are gaining momentum with health systems and hospitals. In this episode of The Cerner Podcast, Bill Copeland, vice chairman and U.S. Life Sciences & Health Care Leader at Deloitte LLP, discusses how this new model is supporting organizations in managing targeted populations.

In this episode, Bill answers the following questions:

  • What are some of the trends you're seeing in the industry right now around provider-sponsored health plans?
  • What are the challenges and benefits of a provider-sponsored plan?
  • Share some of the innovative approaches organizations are using that have been successful.
  • In the research you've done, do provider-sponsored plans equate to a better model of care?
  • There are more than 220 provider-sponsored plans in the U.S., which represents less than 10 percent of the market. How do you think that will change over the next decade?

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