Fierce Healthcare November 22, 2021
Robert King

Humana has reached a value-based care agreement with Minnesota-based health system Allina Health for the insurer’s Medicare Advantage members, the latest move by the insurer to partner with providers on offering more coordinated care.

The multiyear agreement, which was announced Monday, goes into effect Jan. 1, 2022, and comes a few months after Humana started contracting with providers to offer coordinated care for patients that aren’t in Humana MA plans but are on traditional Medicare.

“This value-based agreement for Humana Medicare Advantage members is an important part of helping our members achieve their best health,” said Chuck Dow, vice president and Humana’s Medicare regional president for Minnesota, in a statement.

Humana said the deal will include emphasizing reimbursement to physicians...

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