Insurers embrace ways to cut spending

[Star Tribune, November 30, 2010] Minnesota's major health insurers are ramping up incentive payments to hospitals and clinics that succeed in cutting waste and keeping patients well. The goal is to slow the growth of overall medical spending and eventually reverse it. On Tuesday, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota plans to announce new contracts with four big health systems including Allina Hospitals & Clinics. Read the full story at startribune.com.

Posted on November 30, 2010 in Allina Health SystemnewspapersStar Tribune

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