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How Employers Are Harnessing their Purchasing Power to Disrupt Health Care (Health Care Conference)

CPE

CPE Credits
1-Other

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PICPA Member: $29 | Nonmember: $39


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ON-DEMAND
Level
Update
Prerequisites
None
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You will have up to 90 days after the date of purchase to complete the course and take the exam.

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If you attended the Health Care Conference on June 11-12, 2019, this course would be considered a duplicate and cannot be used towards your CPE requirement.

 

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Employers, who fund health care for 50% of Americans, are increasingly questioning the value of their health benefits spend and demanding higher quality and lower prices from the health care delivery system.  Neil Goldfarb will speak about the following:

  • “Value-based purchasing” strategies being adopted by employers to achieve greater value:group purchasing, value-based benefit design, selective contracting, and payment reform
  • How such strategies could radically change the financing and delivery of healthcare, the future of employer-sponsored health insurance, and the financial stability of provider organizations


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