Centers of Excellence and the State of Surgical Spend

Seven strategic takeaways for self-insured companies

Benefits leaders are faced with constant and mounting pressure to address two key concerns when it comes to offering employee healthcare:

  • The quality of the care they provide
  • The cost of providing it

Centers of Excellence and value based care have recently gained popularity as ways to solve these key challenges, but how do these solutions really perform and are companies happy with their outcomes?

Carrum surveyed over 217 benefits leaders from companies with 3000 employees and above, about their experience with Centers of Excellence and plans for reducing healthcare costs, and we are sharing those insights from our first annual survey in the eBook: Centers of Excellence and the State of Surgical Spend.

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