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Uncovered

Exposing how payors put wealth over health.

It’s time to call out payors for failing to support quality healthcare and shine a light on the insurance industry’s bad behavior.

Five Reasons to Believe

While providers have remained true to their mission of improving health and answered the call to do more with less, payors have put their corporate wealth over the nation’s health. Follow along as we collect evidence on the five key behaviors payors engage in that are eroding our healthcare system.

  • 1 Care & Access

    Payors create administrative burdens and restrictive policies that prevent patients from accessing care and block providers from delivering it.

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  • 2 COVID-19

    Payors haven’t offered any substantive support for providers, and only minimal support for patients, throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

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  • 3 Lawsuits

    Payors are masters at maneuvering the legal system to advance their dominance of healthcare—suing any entity that gets in their way, defending themselves in anti-trust and other lawsuits, and paying millions in secret settlements.

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  • 4 Industry Control

    Payors are taking control across the full continuum, advancing their business interests without providing real value to patients or their communities.

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  • 5 Profits

    Payors rake in record profits—when the economy is healthy and when it’s in a recession, during normal times and during this global pandemic. Payors are the only group benefitting from the healthcare system without interruption.

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1. Care & Access

Payors create administrative burdens and restrictive policies that prevent patients from accessing care and block providers from delivering it.

Read More

2. COVID-19

Payors haven’t offered any substantive support for providers, and only minimal support for patients, throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

Read More

3. Lawsuits

Payors are masters at maneuvering the legal system to advance their dominance of healthcare—suing any entity that gets in their way, defending themselves in anti-trust and other lawsuits, and paying millions in secret settlements.

Read More

4. Industry Control

Payors are taking control across the full continuum, advancing their business interests without providing real value to patients or their communities.

Read More

5. Profits

Payors rake in record profits—when the economy is healthy and when it’s in a recession, during normal times and during this global pandemic. Payors are the only group benefitting from the healthcare system without interruption.

Read More

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