Increased healthcare costs or enhanced healthcare pricing has become a global challenge. Various factors are responsible for high healthcare costs, including the aging population, medical technology, limited healthcare resources, etc. Among all these factors, one of the essential factors responsible for increased healthcare costs is healthcare organizations’ inability to measure and manage the actual value of health care. Therefore, to ensure health equity and better health outcomes, healthcare organizations should find better ways to measure and manage medical expenses and value.
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It is no secret that the price of healthcare has increased over time. In fact, a startling 4 in 10 Americans say they have postponed getting medical care because of cost considerations. Because of the …
Rising healthcare costs, staffing shortages and an increased demand for services are disrupting patients' ability to access care at the right time. On top of these challenges, physicians face operational inefficiencies and documentation burden. WellSpan Health successfully addressed these issues and competing demands on physicians with the support of AI-powered, ambient technology. Join this session where WellSpan's Chief Digital and Information Officer, Hal Baker, MD, shares how the technology has reduced the documentation burden for their physicians, resulting in financial and operational efficiencies.
Key Learning Points:
Using technology to expand access to care and achieve better outcomes
How ambient technology alleviates some of healthcare’s toughest challenges and creates operational and financial efficiencies
How to improve the patient experience and physician well-being with ambient technology
The hospital price transparency rule was implemented more than two years ago. Sadly, America continues to struggle with expensive, painfully opaque healthcare pricing that harms employers, employees, …
Join us for the 2023 Employers’ Summit on Health Care Cost & Delivery on January 24-25 at the Hyatt Regency Capitol Hill in Washington, DC.
Collaborate and discuss solutions for providing more cost-effective and high value benefits and managing cost pressures.
Gather insights and examples of how your peers are transforming programs and plan designs they have leveraged in the past to be better prepared for future priorities and challenges.
Now more than ever employers are leading the way toward transforming the delivery of health care to help improve affordability, navigation, integration and access to quality care. The Employers’ Summit on Health Care Cost & Delivery in January 2022, provided a unique forum for employers to connect, share and learn about best practices that drive toward health care quality and value while keeping costs in check.
International Conference on Health Information Technology and Healthcare Costs aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers, and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Health Information Technology and Healthcare Costs. It also provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of Health Information Technology and Healthcare Costs.
Ever-changing policy and regulatory frameworks are meant to guide health plans in benefit design and quality improvement. But navigating this environment can be a challenge for payers if they want to reduce care costs while improving member experience.
The Health Payer Summit hosted by HealthPayerIntelligence will highlight how health plans must remain nimble as they navigate a new regulatory framework every four years. Quality and benefits managers and contract designers can focus on innovation to stay ahead of the curve.
With a surge in patients at hospitals and emergency rooms, providers and support staff are constantly under stress with limited time to gather patient health information. Interoperability would enable …
The Trump administration on Friday announced sweeping new rules aimed at making it easier for consumers to learn how much hospitals charge health insurers — part of a broader transparency push that's …
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