Addressing health inequities has become a top priority for many employers, purchasers and health care providers. The ability to effectively collect a range of data points about patients and the care they receive is an essential component to creating meaningful change and ensuring populations achieve their full health potential.
In the courtroom and in the field, provider interests are continuing their full-court press to undermine elements of the No Surprises Act, federal legislation enacted to shield patients, payers and purchasers from exorbitant and unexpected out-of-network medical bills.
The Mark Cuban Cost Plus Drug Company, PBC (Cost Plus Drugs) and EmsanaRx, PBC, the only pharmacy benefit manager (PBM) built by employers, for employers, today announced a collaboration with the launch of EmsanaRx Plus.
Despite these outsized benefits, misaligned financial incentives, chronic under-investment, infrastructure barriers and a lack of integration with other elements of care continue to severely constrain primary care’s impact on the health of American workers and families.
Join us for a webinar where we will share the outcomes of the CalHIVE Network, a two-year improvement collaborative to improve care for people with diabetes and asthma by maximizing the use of virtual care tools.
Join this webinar to learn about our upcoming technical assistance program, the CalHIVE Behavioral Health Integration Improvement Collaborative, and how to participate.
Join us on Wednesday, December 7 for PBGH’s Member Forum with Mark Cuban in the San Francisco Bay Area.
This Summit will focus on implementing the PBGH Common Purchasing Agreement and other payment reform measures.