Posted on: October 12, 2018
The speed of radical change within healthcare isn’t new. In fact, recent headlines tell us that disruptive change is happening at a staggering pace across the country, and often through the efforts of our country’s largest corporations as opposed to the federal government. As part of an overarching conference theme, this keynote presentation will focus on how the market is being led by, and developed to support, self-insured employers. These self-insured’s typically carry patients for longer periods of time and have the ability to pay for preventive care as well as engage in bundled payment models that help employers to keep their insured healthy and to collaborate with providers in new and exciting ways. There are fewer restrictions, fewer middle-men, and a focus on changing aspects of our healthcare and insurance system that appear dysfunctional to many of us.
This session will focus on the state of the industry in this market, how self-insured organizations are attempting to select providers, and how they are looking to pay providers using a bid-price bundle methodology. We believe this combination of viewpoints from experts in these areas will give some real depth to the strategies that self-insured corporations will be using to drive high-quality care and lower costs.
ERIC HABERICHTER, CEO OF ACCESS HEALTH NET; MILWAUKEE, WI
LEE LEWIS, AREA VICE PRESIDENT, ARTHUR J. GALLAGHER & CO.; DALLAS, TX
JOSEPH SASSON, PH.D., EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, MEDAXIOM VENTURES; TALLAHASSEE, FL
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