Health systems are seeking payment increases to shore up finances that have been hit hard by COVID-19 and rising labor costs. We identified key considerations for insurers as they enter these negotiations.
The increased need for behavioral healthcare is putting pressure on a system that is ill-prepared to deal with an influx of patients.
Insurance markets showed great resiliency during the past 18 months as employment numbers fluctuated. Looking ahead, multiple legislative, regulatory, and market moves may cause shifts in the payer enrollment mix.
And How Stakeholders Can, Literally, Save the World
Climate change will be the biggest impact on global health. The healthcare industry may not respond in time.
How Market Trends and Dynamics are Impacting Insurers' Bottom Lines
An analysis of market profitability and capitalization trends as well as new insights into insurers' recent claims experiences.
Part 4: State-by-State Market Impact
Six factors that dictate the kind of health coverage people who've lost their jobs want next.
Healthcare Cost and Utilization During COVID-19
An analysis of what claim payments and delays may look like later this year.
Rapid Cost Transformation to Establish a Baseline
Sixty-five percent of health plans with total membership in group commercial are at high-risk for negative profitability.
Executives discuss the COVID-19 financial fallout and what future subsequent peaks might look like for health systems.
Market dynamics are ripe for M&A activity. But before being enticed by a mirage, leaders must revisit old lessons.