Coping with Fragmented Payment in the Real World
The Alliance for Health Reform and The Commonwealth Fund sponsored this briefing which focused on three communities that have reformed and harmonized health care payments across payers to improve care: a New York health center that serves a low income population; a Colorado community that pools money from public and private sources to provide care for all patients; and the State of Maryland, which has been using an all payer hospital rate setting system for years to control hospital costs and help cover the cost of care for their uninsured.
For more information and access to the presentation slides, please visit the Alliance’s event page.
The panel was moderated by Stuart Guterman of Commonwealth and Ed Howard of the Alliance.
Steve Safyer, Montefiore Medical Center, NY
Gregory Reicks, Grand Junction, CO
John Colmers, Johns Hopkins Medicine, chair, Maryland Health Services Cost Review Commission
Jim Bentley, Health Policy Consultant
also of interest
- Analysis of 2015 Premium Changes in the Affordable Care Act's Health Insurance Marketplaces
- What Worked and What's Next? Strategies in Four States Leading ACA Enrollment Efforts
- Key Findings from the Field: Early Experience with ACA Enrollment in Maryland and Nevada
- How Will the Uninsured in Colorado Fare Under the Affordable Care Act?