April 21, 2022 1 min read

Clinically integrated networks (CINs) are gaining traction as the collaboration model of choice to enable higher quality health care at lower costs. These partnerships of like-minded independent providers and hospitals with shared performance improvement, quality, value, and efficiency goals can have a profound impact on patient outcomes while decreasing overutilization.

However, a CIN that aims to succeed in a value-based care environment must not only align strategically with stakeholders but also incorporate a technology infrastructure and administrative toolset to support patient-centric workflows and risk-based payment models.

To promote quality of care and cost efficiency, CINs must complete 4 essential steps.

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