3 edition of Health Care Technology, Payers and Providers [Volume2] found in the catalog.
by Barry Jacobs
Written in English
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The latest trends in the healthcare industry — the rise in consumerism, increase of costs and new regulatory mandates — are driving change in the healthcare payments process. As health insurance premiums continue to grow, employers are switching to lower cost, high-deductible plans, resulting in an overall decrease in payer payments and, consequently, an increase in patient payments. Learn how advances in healthcare technology and IoT devices could revolutionize preventative care and personal wellness. New technology can create a paradigm shift in the provider’s role from being necessary at every minor step to being able to help with the major issues while a smart automated system sweats the small stuff.
Charles Saunders, M.D., CEO of Florida-based healthcare technology company Integra Connect, and former clinician and executive at Aetna, says that while payers and providers are improving in their willingness to align incentives, it does vary, depending on the payer. Payers and providers don’t always move at the same pace or have the same priorities when it comes to transforming health care. And if results from a new national survey are any indication, payers and providers are on somewhat divergent paths on key issues like embracing value-based care payment models and how they see their roles in meeting rising consumer expectations.
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