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.
Our panel of pricing and consent-to-treatment experts explain what you can do to cure surprise billing for emergency visits and admissions.
Every employer wants to drive down healthcare costs while improving the quality of care offered to employees, but did you know your employees can play a powerful role in reducing those costs? Healthcare consumerism expert Christopher Matrumalo as he shares five secrets to consumer-driven health success and highlights new technologies and analytics tools available to help employers drive down costs.
You’ll walk away with multiple ideas and tools to help you develop data-driven strategies to reduce your total healthcare spend and improve your employee benefits overall.
Presented in conjunction with MyMedicalShopper, a validated price transparency tool (and finalist for a 2019 Health Value Award) that helps healthcare purchasers find and select the best services for their budgets and plan needs.
Part of HR.com’s Global HR Tech Virtual Symposium – A Monday Innovations Special Event
Everyone wants to save money on health care and improve employees’ lives, but the health care industry is nuanced, overly complex, and plagued by too many too-good-to-be-true marketing claims. Many HR professionals, even those with years of experience, don’t know where to start to make meaningful change. Knowing the key areas to tackle first, as well as the right questions to ask to more effectively select and manage your health care vendors or to work more productively with your benefits advisors can make a dramatic difference in health care spend and quality.
This webcast is part of HR.com’s Global HR Tech Virtual Symposium and provides an overview of Validation Institute’s Certified Health Value Professional (CHVP) designation and training program, which equips benefits and HR professionals with the tools and knowledge they need to more effectively manage their health benefits plans and related costs, as well as employee outcomes.
Yale’s two largest unions (with the support of the AARP Foundation) just sued the University over its wellness program. The December 2018 “sunsetting” of the EEOC’s wellness Safe Harbor makes more such lawsuits inevitable.
In this webinar, we will cover the key points in the complaint and explain how Yale’s “rookie mistakes” led to this outcome.
This 30-minute webinar walks interested candidates through Validation Institute’s Certified Health Value Professional (CHVP) program including an overview of content areas, why CHVP is needed in today’s complicated healthcare purchasing environment, and answers some common FAQs.