posted by Alicia Caramenico
on November 1, 2016
In October, AHIP held its National Conferences on Medicare, Medicaid & Duals. In addition to discussing new trends and emerging issues facing public programs, we also highlighted the real progress that’s being made to move away from fee-for-service payments to a health care system that rewards quality and value. As we start the month of November with Open Enrollment and the upcoming presidential election, take a look at some of October’s greatest hits.
AHIP held four days of informative sessions ranging from value-based payment models to medical innovations. We’ve collected some of our favorite social media posts from the National Conferences on Medicare, Medicaid & Duals.
Open Enrollment for Marketplaces across the country began on November 1, 2016. While many of the features and processes for enrolling in Exchange coverage remain the same, there are some key changes for the upcoming year.
AHIP President and CEO Marilyn Tavenner and American Hospital Association President and CEO Rick Pollack coauthored an opinion piece in The Hill calling for value-based solutions that will improve quality and lower costs and highlighting the real changes taking place in the private health care market.
As we age, we face increasingly complex health issues that impact our quality of life while stretching our individual, family and societal resources. And the challenge is growing all the time. From 2000 to 2050, the senior population is projected to grow by 135 percent.