Four national health plans and one regional plan have signed a joint letter urging hospitals to publicly report vital safety and quality performance data by participating in the 2016 Leapfrog Hospital Survey. Aetna, Anthem, Inc., Cigna, UnitedHealthcare and Health Net of California all signed the letter, which was sent last week to over 3,700 hospitals across the country. The plans are part of the Leapfrog Partners Advisory Committee, an exclusive group of national and regional health plans, hospital systems, and enterprise vendors that advise Leapfrog on key industry trends and collaborate on a number of partner-driven initiatives.
Four National Health Plans, One Regional Plan Sign Joint Letter Urging Hospitals to Publicly Report Vital Safety, Quality Performance Data
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