Transforming the Health Care Landscape
This webinar series examines the implications of health care reform and other policy decisions and highlights plan innovations in delivery and payment.
The Future of Employer-Sponsored Insurance - May 29, 2013
This webinar will feature employer-sponsored insurance market experts discussing the policies and economic realities affecting employer decisions on health insurance, the intentions of employers moving forward and their openness to creative cost-control solutions, and the strategies insurers are using to help organizations navigate health care coverage options.
Health Insurance Marketplaces: Race to the Deadline - May 7, 2013
This webinar covered the progress of exchange implementation across the states and the implications for coverage; the latest on the development of federally-facilitated and partnership marketplaces, straight from CCIIO; how Medicaid expansion decisions will affect the exchange market; and the response of health insurers to the challenges of the new marketplace.
Payment Reform: State & Private Sector Collaborations - August 6, 2012
This webinar explored current approaches to payment reform that offer insight for future federal and state policies, including the Health Care Payment Improvement Initiative underway in Arkansas, the Alternative Quality Contract developed by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, the recent Massachusetts cost containment legislation, and the use of value-based purchasing for controlling costs.
This webinar featured industry leaders presenting an overview of the new retail health care marketplace, from exchanges to retail storefronts; offering an in-depth look at the current models of retail stores from two early adopters; and discussing why stores are evolving beyond sales to provide assistance with claims, health and wellness activities, and even access to primary care.
This webinar featured leading experts discussing public and private health insurance exchanges and the markets they serve, different approaches the federal government and states are taking to implement exchanges, Colorado's efforts to build a successful exchange, and Bloom Health and the movement toward defined contribution.