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Covered California, the California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS) and the Purchaser Business Group on Health (PBGH) are partnering to launch a pilot program to promote improvement in primary care which will benefit all Californians.
Patients and employers urge the House Ways and Means and Energy and Commerce Committees to move forward with H.R. 3, a bill that will empower Medicare to negotiate lower drug prices on behalf of Americans.
Most business leaders favor increased anti-trust enforcement, prohibitions on anti-competitive practices, capping drug and hospital prices in non-competitive markets; a public option and lower medicare eligibility age seen as viable options.
Many on the frontlines are not just tired but are also in precarious financial straits and lack the resources to “build back better.”
Under unprecedented economic pressures due to the pandemic large employers are looking for new ways to buy the best quality health care for their employees.
“I have no doubt that it’s going to be a pretty epic fight.”
The nation’s roughly 6,000 hospitals have begun to reveal the secret rates they negotiate with insurers for a range of procedures.
On September 30, 2021, this virtual event, hosted by The Boeing Company, brought together large private employers and public purchasers to advance common priorities for innovative primary care payment reform.
The Financial Wellness Vendor Showcase is an opportunity to interact with other employers and carefully curated financial wellness vendors.
Today, telehealth is more accepted by patients, providers and plans, but there may be disparities in how under-represented patients experience virtual care.