October 31, 2019 | 12:00 – 1:00 PM EST
57% of Americans have received a surprise medical bill in the last five years. For those who haven’t received one, it’s likely that their employer is picking up the tab (often times without even realizing it). Surprise medical bills stress employees out and could be inflating employer health care costs unnecessarily. It’s a lose-lose situation for everyone – except the provider.
Join our panel of pricing and consent-to-treatment experts on October 31st as they explain what you can do to cure surprise billing for emergency visits and admissions.
Our Certified Health Value Professional (CHVP) program just got even better. Now you can earn SHRM Professional Development Credits (PDCs) when you complete our self-paced, online course. Click here to get more details about the program, view our list of 14 modules, and enroll. Don’t forget to check out what our students have to say about our certification programs.
The 3rd Annual Health Value Awards are slated for March 29, 2020 in Washington, D.C. at the World Health Care Congress. This past April, we celebrated with over 300 guests and gave out over 35 awards, recognizing the best in health care vendors, employer health benefits, and innovative industry leaders. Download our Health Value Awards sheet to get a feel for the application process, and then find your category, and apply. The Health Value Awards are a great way to show off your high-value achievements in health care.
And don’t forget to check out last year’s Health Value Award winners.
We believe transparency can transform healthcare purchasing to improve health outcomes and lower costs. Validation Institute advocates for a results-based, outcome-driven market with a three-pronged approach: validating vendor performance, educating the buyers of healthcare, and creating an exclusive community where the two can connect.
Validation Institute is an independent, third-party resource for healthcare purchasers and vendors and benefits advisors. Our focus is on transparency across the healthcare market as a way to reduce healthcare costs and improve outcomes. We move this forward by assuring that a vendor’s performance claims will materialize in practice, that healthcare buyers are educated on key health value and purchasing topics, and that the two sides have an easier time connecting.