Opening Discussion Topic:
Latest Ways to Contract and Get Paid
In recent years, employers’ have been increasingly “cost shifting” their health insurance premiums to employees by enrolling them in high-deductible health plans. In fact, Becker’s reports that “the number of people under the age of 65 with private insurance enrolled in high-deductible health plans (HDHP) jumped from 39% in 2016 to 44% in 2017.” And Aon reported that, in 2016, 64% of employers surveyed already offered a HDHP, with an additional 22% planning to add one in the next 3-5 years.
Our Group Discussion will center on the evolving approaches you’re applying for your own employees/covered lives – and for our providers, new approaches payers are “presenting” you with. Our Featured Speaker will be Ryan Day, President of HST, which provides its payer clients with meaningful, timely, and accurate information as it pertains to price, cost, and quality of medical services, resulting in increased cost savings.
Go-Round Discussion: What’s Keeping You Up Nights? Issues for Member feedback.
Guest Presenter: Ryan Day, President of HST
Since 2009, HST has been at the forefront of providing referenced-based pricing technologies that reduce healthcare claims costs. HST provides its payer clients with meaningful, timely, and accurate information as it pertains to price, cost, and quality of medical services, resulting in increased cost savings.
Opportunity for Continuous Learning
Insights into New Market Trends
Honest Advice & Feedback
"Industry Insider" Insights
Beyond the EHR: Using Technology for Patient Engagement & Data Management
Joshua Newman, MD, Chief Medical Officer for Salesforce
New Approaches for Controlling Healthcare's "Unsustainable" Spending Growth
ABL Member Jack Asher, MD, VP and Chief Medical Officer for Anthem Blue Cross and Jamie Robinson, PhD, is Professor of Health Economics at UC Berkeley
FIELD TRIP: Laguna Honda Hospital & Rehabilitation Center
Giving a Lyft to Healthcare – and Other Helpful New Technologies
Dan Trigub, Regional VP at Lyft-Business
Getting into the Weeds: The Implications of Legalized Marijuana
Paul Armentano, Deputy Director, of NORML, the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws
Introducing the Greater Bay Area's Super Provider Network
Joel Criste, CEO, Canopy Health
Meeting Seniors' Social and Economic Needs to Better Health
Maya Altman, CEO, Health Plan of San Mateo and Janet Van Deusen, Manager of the Health Insurance Counseling and Assistance (HICAP) program in Alameda County, at Legal Assistance for Seniors
Members are able to stay abreast of industry trends that affect their business and keep ahead of the curve in their rapidly changing industry. Connections made within the Round Tables – and throughout the ABL Organization – further accelerate business growth, Members experience full value and a solid return on their investment of time and fees when attending Round Tables on a regular basis. .
Both speakers and Members provide valuable insights and trigger deep and broad discussions and follow-up explorations.
I love these meetings. Being able to see and hear what is on others minds is invaluable.
The primary benefit is the education, timely information, and varied perspectives that are shared by high-level healthcare industry leaders.
One of the most valuable aspects of ABL is the broad perspective of what’s happening in the industry.
ABL provides exposure to relationships with a “brain trust” of knowledgeable, thoughtful & innovative leaders in the healthcare world. Both speakers and Members provide valuable insights and trigger deep and broad discussions and follow-up explorations.
I rarely miss ABL; this is where I get my Brain Food. It helps to keep my day-to-day decisions in a larger perspective.
ABL gives me an opportunity to get input from a cross section of healthcare leaders.
I find the networking and attentive perspectives from people with different stakes in the system to be very valuable.