Price and Quality Transparency is Coming: What Does It Mean?
Wednesday, October 30, 2019 | 1:00pm - 2:00pm CT
This session will discuss the trending topic of healthcare transparency as it relates to providers, payers and consumers. We will review the details and potential impact of the June 24, 2019 Presidential Executive Order, House and Senate legislation currently being debated, and new state legislation (TN and VA), all intended to better enable consumers to more effectively choose and pay for health services.
We will discuss how these overarching initiatives help support value-based care initiatives, and the overall consumer experience. We will also discuss the related need to provide consumers with accurate out-of-pocket and total cost amounts prior to care delivery. This up-front price transparency can help foster an improved patient/provider relationship and reduce financial risk for both. This session will share insights from health policy and health information technology professionals on how to address the many challenges associated with the increasing "retailization" of healthcare and outline key considerations payers and providers need to address for future success.
- Gain a better understanding of federal and state initiatives centered on increasing healthcare transparency, including updates on progress and future direction
- Know what questions to ask within your organization to understand how prepared you are to address any new requirements around price transparency
- Learn about strategies and tactics that providers and payers can focus on immediately to help move the needle in healthcare transparency and overall consumer engagement areas
- Bill Krause, Vice President and General Manager Experience Solutions, Change Healthcare
- Deanne Kasim, Executive Director, Health Policy, Change Healthcare
- Angela Evatt, Senior Manager, State Health Policy, Change Healthcare
If you are unable to attend the live webinar, please register and the recording will be emailed directly to you following the live webinar.