The virtual-first plans will initially be available to large, self-insured employers, though the insurer is looking to expand to smaller sized and fully insured clients over time.
The chain posted higher acute care revenues that helped offset lower volumes at its behavioral health facilities during the third quarter, though labor shortages remain a key challenge.
The insurer rebounded in the third quarter as patient utilization returned to more normal levels and revenue increased 11% year over year.
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The ride-hailing giant wants to continue capitalizing on non-emergency medical transportation, and said the transition will be instrumental in that expansion, along with finding new use cases in the sector.
The chain more than tripled its profit in the third quarter. The company turned to overtime, bonuses and “whatever it took to staff to the patient load that we had,” CFO Bill Rutherford said.
Larger academic medical centers received a significantly larger proportion of federal coronavirus relief funds than smaller and more rural hospitals, a study of more than 950 facilities concluded.