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Using Lyft’s ride sharing services to “reduce missed appointments,”
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Blue Cross and Blue Shield plans will partner with the ride-hailing company Lyft to provide certain health plan enrollees “no-cost” transportation to the doctor’s office in an effort to improve compliance with healthcare appointments.
The Blue Cross Blue Shield Association sees an opportunity to reduce costs and improve outcomes for commercially insured enrollees who don’t have adequate access to transportation. Blue Cross plans are moving away from fee-for-service medicine to value-based care and population health models that make sure patients are getting quality care in the right place and at the right time. Financial terms of the Lyft-Blue Cross partnership weren’t disclosed. A Lyft driver places the Amp on his dashboard on Jan. 31, 2017 in San Francisco. (Photo: Kelly Sullivan/Getty Images for Lyft) “We can no longer ignore these barriers in healthcare called social determinants of health,” Blue Cross Blue Shield Association Chief Medical Officer Dr. Trent Haywood said in an interview. “You see high emergency […]