The goal of new federal transparency regulations (Transparency in Coverage and the No Surprises/Consolidated Appropriations Act) is straightforward: to make it easy for individuals to find accurate price information as they search for high-value healthcare. But achieving this goal has always been complex. Over the next four years, a series of regulations will radically change the status quo of healthcare price transparency. The regulations place great responsibility on health plans and self-insured hospitals, health systems, and employers to share detailed pricing information — broadly to the public, and personalized to your members and employees.
Listen to Tracy Watts, senior partner and U.S. Leader for Healthcare Policy at Mercer, Erik Sossa, independent advisor and consultant for leading employers, industry groups, and healthcare providers, and Jake Fochetta, director of Corporate Strategy, Castlight Health, for a conversation on what to expect from the new transparency rules as compliance milestones quickly approach.
In this on-demand webinar, we’ll cover: