Stellar’s platform works by connecting claims and clinical data to highlight specific actions that can be taken to close gaps in care and paying doctors upfront for following through on those activities.

While the shift to value-based care is often presented as an unqualified good, the foundational change in healthcare’s business model has made it difficult for independent providers to survive, as evidenced by the large-scale consolidation of the industry.

Michael Supino is the CEO of Midland Medical, a privately-owned primary care provider in Oakland Park, Florida with more than 6,500 patients, many of whom are on Medicare or Medicare Advantage plans.

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