Yesterday, as I was keynoting the final day of the Health & Benefits Leadership Conference in Las Vegas, the conference
HCCI has developed care and business models that are so focused on quality and efficiency that it could radically change the standards by which US hospitals are judged.
TPAs committed to innovation and using their experiences from the “front lines” truly represent a positive disruption of the status quo.
Benefits managers and brokers need an independent forum. This blog aspires to be that.
“More employers are seeing the value of adding a little bit of inconvenience to their health plans these days.”
As HCCI, with thoughtful attention to so many efficiency design elements, gains traction and attention, its performance will resonate throughout the developed world as a harbinger of global medical care.
Depending on your goals, more targeted risk management may be far more cost effective than a worksite clinic.