VSP’s July 1st changes have made it harder for patients to use their out of network benefits. They should be held accountable for limiting access to patient benefits.
Each one of the above companies was large, popular, and wildly successful in its heyday. And each one suffered a similar fate — a steady slide into irrelevance and/or bankruptcy caused by an inability to see the writing on the wall, coupled with a failure to innovate.
So what should an ECP do when the single largest slice of its revenue pie begins to shrink? To paraphrase this article from Forbes, when the world seems like its gone absolutely bananas, focus on what you can control — not what you can’t.