Health Plan Resources

A collection of resources to help health plan leaders navigate the challenges and opportunities in this new era of health care.

Resources

Blog | Managed Care
HFMA's Chad Mulvany says although COVID-19 may have "dampened enthusiasm" for Washington state's public option, he is not sure the blame for its slow start rests solely, or even partly, on COVID-19.
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Blog | Medicaid Payment and Reimbursement
Because the CARES Act prohibits states that received increased funding from cutting benefits, increasing premiums or restricting eligibility, one of the few available options to reduce costs is making provider rate cuts.
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Course | Advanced | Payment Trends
Next to national defense, the healthcare industry in the United States is one of the largest sectors of the economy. Currently making up almost 20 percent of the nation's gross domestic product, health care in the U.S. will be a significant...
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News | Medicare Payment and Reimbursement
Federal assistance programs should stabilize hospital cash through the summer, when Medicare repayments will create major financial pressure.
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News | Value-Based Payment
A complete listing of healthcare finance-related hearings, conferences, webinars, public forums and deadlines for the week of May 18.
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News | Medicare Payment and Reimbursement
CMS wants hospitals to start reporting median health plan payment rates and may use the information to help determine Medicare rate changes.
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Blog | Managed Care
HFMA's Chad Mulvany says although COVID-19 may have "dampened enthusiasm" for Washington state's public option, he is not sure the blame for its slow start rests solely, or even partly, on COVID-19.
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Blog | Medicaid Payment and Reimbursement
Because the CARES Act prohibits states that received increased funding from cutting benefits, increasing premiums or restricting eligibility, one of the few available options to reduce costs is making provider rate cuts.
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Blog | Innovation and Disruption
HFMA's Chad Mulvany questions if the recent expansion of telehealth could stimulate a trend of plans offering virtual PCPs as the primary care access point.
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