Payer Success Cases focus on tangible and continuous improvements. In January 2017, the healthcare industry saw the release of a white paper...
Easing provider tension begins building trust with payers. A little trust and understanding go a long way towards more efficient payer-provider relationships. One concrete effort, by payers, not only benefits both parties, but builds trust for the long-term.
American Health Policy Institute's released a report describing its work with VBID (Medicare Advantage Value-Based Insurance Design Model) Health. Payers reduce wasteful spending in a number of common sense ways.
An article in Managed Healthcare Executive, reports that joint ventures are gaining steam as plans and providers look for ways to work together to provide higher-value care. About 13% of all U.S. health systems offer health plans, covering about 18 million members—or 8% of insured lives. according to a report from McKinsey & Company. Also according to the company, the number of provider-owned health plans is increasing about 6% each year.
When it comes to procuring and maintaining your contracts with payers, there is perhaps no skillset greater to possess than that of the art of negotiation. In today’s healthcare market, there’s not only a need to be informed and competitive, but healthcare organizations need to have a very clear understanding of where they stand amid the competition.