Medica, a Minneapolis-based nonprofit insurance provider, plans to offer a new type of affordable health-insurance plan with in-network access to Mayo Clinic, it was announced today. The intriguing part is that Mayo Clinic will be paid based on how well it manages the population’s health "from a clinical quality perspective as well as the overall cost of care," says an announcement… "This is a unique model — and it's maybe a trend setter," said Tom Holmes, Mayo contract administrator.
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