Integrated delivery networks drive the Cleveland market, from the world-renowned Cleveland Clinic to its equally advanced rival University Hospitals. There is pressure for independent physicians to align with these advanced IDNs, as they can provide nearly unparalleled resources for small and independent practitioners. The insurer segment has been relatively stable, although there is potential for disruption through carriers in this traditionally PPO-driven market to partner with large IDNs on narrow networks.


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