Sure, the state’s largest health care network is $63 million in the hole from a ransomware attack. Okay, the pandemic has knocked the air out of hospitals everywhere. And by the way One Care has done nothing to justify its existence as health care cost controllers. But anyway - they want an 18% hike in salary and benefits. Business is business.
“Here we are in 2020, and we still can’t say that this population health initiative saved X amount of dollars because this program was put in place. And that’s what’s kind of troubling to me,” said board Chair Kevin Mullin of one of OneCare’s programs. “We have got to have some type of measurement of what [OneCare is] bringing to the system.”
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