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In increasingly competitive markets, it is critical for health systems to retain patients in-network. And, while a study of 100 PCPs showed that 85% say network retention is important, they don’t always refer in-network. The top reason why? Perceived lack of clinical expertise in the network. Access this report to learn more about how PCPs decide whether to make an in-network referral and how health systems can enable better referral management.

Primary Care Referral Behavior Report

You will also learn:
    • How PCPs identify & select specialists for patient referrals
    • How PCPs prefer to send referrals & schedule associated appointments
    • Top pain points in referral management that limit effective referrals & network retention

 

Plus, find out what fraction of PCPs say they always comply with in-network referral requirements. 


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