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Health Plan Strategies for Value-Based Care: Closing Gaps in Care Means Getting Serious About Prevention
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Health Plan Strategies for Value-Based Care: Closing Gaps in Care Means Getting Serious About Prevention

Joshua Sclar, MD, MPH, Chief Medical Officer, BioIQ
Preventive services are severely underutilized and contribute substantially to care gaps and preventable deaths. Three key trends promise improvement: consumerism, big data, and technology.
The American Journal of Accountable Care. 2018;6(4):26-27

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Author Affiliation: BioIQ, San Francisco, CA.

Source of Funding: No external funding.

Author Disclosures: Dr Sclar is employed by BioIQ, which provides healthcare services in home and retail settings.

Authorship Information: Concept and design, drafting of the manuscript, critical revision of the manuscript for important intellectual content, and supervision.

Send Correspondence to: Joshua Sclar, MD, MPH, BioIQ, 8 10th Street, Apt 521, San Francisco, CA 94103. Email: jsclar@bioiq.com.
 
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