Category Archives: by Kecia Rockoff

Positioning for continued growth in public exchanges

Most payers competing in federally facilitated marketplaces or state-based exchanges are past the initial stages of implementation. Now is the time for payers to think about taking their plans to a new level, with greater consumer-oriented offerings and engagement approaches — supported by efficient operations, sophisticated data analytics and risk modeling. What are some areas […]
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Countdown to ICD-10 compliance: Why KPIs and provider relations matter

It seems like we’ve been talking about ICD-10 for a long time now and in fact, we have. There are just a few months separating payers, providers — and even patients — from the changes that will arrive with the October 1, 2015, compliance deadline. The limitations of decades old coding will finally give way […]
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Positioning for continued growth in public exchanges

With four million people enrolled in public health exchanges as of the end of 2014, most payers competing in federally facilitated marketplaces or state-based exchanges have moved beyond the initial stages of implementation and are envisioning taking their plans to the next level. This “next level” means delivering more consumer-oriented offerings and engagement approaches, with […]
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