Anthem uses Indiana nonprofit's data to inform, crosscheck care
Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Indiana is planning to increase reimbursement to doctors by as much as 10% next year if their patients receive recommended care. Anthem said it expects to pay out about $8 million in added reimbursement for office visits for hundreds of Indianapolis-area primary-care physicians. For top-performing doctors, that could mean an extra $10,000 to $20,000 in additional reimbursement from Anthem.
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