Payer & Financing Models
By emphasizing quality over quantity, value-based reimbursement and risk-sharing models support patient-centered care while aiming to reduce total health care expenditures. Here you’ll find resources to keep you up to date on the latest in payer and financing concerns.
Large Employer Health Plans Increasingly Focus On Hybrid Care Models & Expanding Mental Health Service AccessArticleJanuary 10, 2022Large employers are designing their self-funded health plans for 2022 to integrate virtual and in-person services, and to expand access…
Downloadable ResourceJanuary 18, 2022The types of integration models affect service lines, revenue, margins, and sustainability for providers and the patients they serve. Here…
ArticleJanuary 17, 2022“Integration” in health and human services remains an elusive goal. Which is curious, since it is important to both consumers…
18% Of Children With Diagnosed Emotional, Developmental, Or Behavioral Problems Did Not Receive Treatment Over A One-Year Period, Possibly Due To Barriers Linked To Social Determinants Of HealthArticleJanuary 24, 2022
Downloadable ResourceJanuary 18, 2022
ArticleJanuary 17, 2022
Payer & Financing Resources
James T. Kenney, RPh, MBA
Payer Section Advisor
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