Fierce Health IT July 31, 2020
Paige Minemyer

Blues insurer Regence has launched partnerships with two providers aimed at boosting interoperability to improve care.

Regence is teaming with Tacoma, Washington-based MultiCare Health System and Oregon Health & Science University for the initiatives, which are a part of the HL7 Da Vinci Project, a global effort to assist in the push for value-based care.

The goal, Regence said, is to reach a value-based care model that allows for seamless data exchange to more effectively coordinate care.

“The more we are able to simplify provider workflows and lighten the administrative load, the more quickly we can accelerate successful value-based care programs for patients, providers and payers alike,” said Kristie Putnam, Regence’s vice president of provider partnership innovation, in a statement. “These innovative...