Webinar: Emerging Models of Public and Private Health Insurance Exchanges
May 16, 2012, 1:00 PM EDT
The health insurance exchange is one of the centerpieces of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, promising to increase transparency and reduce premiums. Some states are successfully forging ahead with exchange implementation, while others are stymied by political uncertainties, including the impending Supreme Court decision. Meanwhile, private exchanges are evolving, and health insurers are buying into already established exchanges such as Bloom Health.
To explore these emerging models, this webinar featured leading experts discussing:
- an overview of public and private health insurance exchanges and the markets they serve,
- different approaches the federal government and states are taking to implement exchanges, and
- Bloom Health and the movement toward defined contribution.
This event is part of the new NIHCM Foundation webinar series, Transforming the Health Care Landscape.
- Speaker Biographies
- Lay of the Land: An Overview of Public & Private Exchanges, Sanjay B. Saxena, MD, Vice President and Partner, and Paolo Borromeo, Principal, Booz & Company Inc.
- Bloom Health: Defined Contribution Arrangements & Private Exchanges, Catherine Campbell, Vice President, Strategy, Planning and Business Development, WellPoint, Inc., and Jeffrey Welch, Divisional Vice President of Consumer Markets, Health Care Service Corporation
- Federal and State Approaches to Insurance Exchanges, W. Brett Graham and Dan Schuyler, Leavitt Partners, LLC
- The Emergence of Private Health Insurance Exchanges: Fueling the “Consumerization” of Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance. Booz and Co. Borromeo P, Javanmardian M, Kapur A, Kaura A; March 26, 2012.
- The Health Insurance Exchange Dilemma: To Play or Not to Play. Booz and Co. Ahlquist G, Andriolo-Bull P, Kaura A, Pottharst R; February 14, 2011.
- Bloom Health
- Bloom Health Demonstration Video