New Jersey health system sees results with VBID

Rahm, Janice
March 2012
Ebn.benefitsnews.com;3/1/2012, p1
The article discusses the benefits gained by New Jersey-based health system JFK Health System in implementing the value-based insurance design (VBID), including employee engagement in health and wellness activities, awareness of heath management and reduction in medical care cost.


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