Driving Rx Adherence In Value-Based Insurance Design Needs More Than Lower Copays – Harvard Researcher
Value-based insurance design offers the promise of offering better quality care and helping to reduce costs, but getting there will require more than trying to influence behavior by reducing copayments, Harvard’s Choudhry said in a recent webinar.
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