Improving outcomes, lowering costs, and increasing satisfaction are universal goals that few health care organizations or consumers feel they have achieved. As administrative burdens and complexities increasingly overwhelm clinicians, a new role, the chief outcomes officer, is needed to orchestrate needs of patients, health plans, and providers. The chief outcomes officer will free up clinicians from administrative variability and burdensome documentation demands, bring value-based programs to life, and ensure that each patient receives a comprehensive set of services of the highest quality. Read more about this emerging role here.
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