MedCity News April 7, 2021
Lucienne Marie Ide and Brian Scarpelli

While the Covid-19 pandemic has strained the healthcare industry, this administration has the advantage of being able to leverage everything we have learned over the past year to advance the next generation of value-based care.

As the new administration settles in at the White House, it’s clear that a major focus of attention is on the very important industry of healthcare. The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has increased the urgency of ensuring that all Americans have affordable, equitable access to quality healthcare. But as efforts are made to address many short-term needs, consideration must be given to also making changes that are sustainable, beneficial, and endure long into the future.

In late January, President Biden signed executive orders designed to improve...

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