Benefit managers love the idea of transparency in healthcare programs — comparing the price of MRIs from one facility to the other, for example — but getting employees to use the data in their healthcare decisions remains a challenge.
“When you look at transparency, one of the keys is how do you get people to use it? As well as what is the data that is involved with it?” said Mary Catherine Person, president, HealthSCOPE Benefits.
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