PYMNTS.com July 19, 2022

JPMorgan Chase’s healthcare unit, Morgan Health, has made a $30 million investment in Centivo, a provider of health plans for self-insured employers focused on healthcare affordability for employees and their families, according to a Tuesday (July 19) press release.

Centivo works to align incentives between accountable care providers and self-funded employers through timely access to care, affordable and predictable costs and outcomes-based compensation for providers tied to quality and cost-effectiveness, per the announcement.

That combination allows most employers to offer health benefit plan options that include free adult and pediatric primary care for all visits, no deductibles, predictable copays for all non-primary care, enhanced patient access and integrated virtual primary care, according to the release.

Centivo’s typical mid-size and enterprise clients...

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