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As inflation affects an already strained healthcare system, health systems and payers are looking for innovative ways to cut costs and extend care to underresourced populations, without compromising patient needs and safety. Collaboration and data sharing between traditional competitors, a strategy employed through the pandemic, is one potential solution to financial challenges and staffing shortages.   

6/10, Becker's Payer Issues: Payers are increasingly denying rate increase requests. Can hospitals save elsewhere?

6/09, Becker's Hospital Review: Hospitals 'innovate aggressively' to stay relevant

6/07, Health Payer Intelligence: Consumers say insurers are responsible for access to mental healthcare

6/07, Forbes: What's Next for Digital Healthcare? 

6/03, Modern Healthcare: 5 Takeaways from Modern Healthcare's Transformation Summit 

5/31, Healthcare IT News, Improving data capacity for maternal health research through EHR data standards

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