AJMC April 12, 2021

Several barriers continue to impede the transition to value-based payment, particularly administrative and clinical data connectivity, transparency of quality metrics and quality measures, and prioritization of social determinants of health, said April Todd, senior vice president, CORE and Explorations, CAQH.

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AJMC®: Hello, I’m Matthew Gavidia. Today on the MJH Life Sciences’ Medical World News, The American Journal of Managed Care® is pleased to welcome April Todd, senior vice president, CORE and Explorations, for CAQH.

Great to have you on, April. Can you just introduce yourself and tell us a little bit about your work?

Todd: Sure, thank you for having me. As you mentioned, I’m April Todd, senior vice president at CAQH, and I lead our CAQH CORE and...

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