The law requires health insurers to use the bonus money to pay for extra benefits for its members, which, in turn, could help Premier compete against other local
In 2015 and 2016, only a small percentage of plans that achieved at least four stars overall had been in business for less than five years, according to Premier officials, who said their plan is in its third year of operation and in its first year of eligibility for a CMS star rating.
The components that make up
--five-star ratings for care coordination and health care quality;
--four-star ratings for customer service, providing appointments and care quickly, providing prescriptions quickly, and ensuring that needed care is provided.
"This milestone is a testament to our commitment to improving the health of the communities we serve, and to the hard work of our broad network of physicians, hospitals and other health care providers," said
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