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Pause to Alternative Payment Models Gives Some Providers a ‘Golden Ticket’

  • Apr 20, 2021
  • Meaghan Puglisi
  • 1-min Read

Lifesprk joins the conversation on direct-contracting entities (DCEs) with Home Health Care News. Value-based primary care provider Oak Street Health (NYSE: OSH) and Walgreens-backed primary care provider VillageMD are also DCEs, among others. According to Lifespark CEO, Joel Theisen, “I feel like I’m [Charlie in] Willy Wonka and I got the golden ticket. I mean, I don’t know how we’re going to use it exactly yet. There’s still a lot to learn. But I did feel kind of like, ‘Boy, we got the golden ticket. We have a real opportunity here.’” Read on for the full article….

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