Unitedhealth Center’s recent report states that around $190 billion dollars could be saved by 2022, if the coordination of care for Medicaid and Medicare individuals improves. The majority of the states dual eligibles are spent on long-term care services, so by decreasing this number, the state will save immensely. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services will implement a type of managed care plan that will blend payments of both Medicaid and Medicare.
A substantial setback to higher profitability and success for medical devices is the ambiguity of how to demonstrate value to potential customers. With the shift to an evidence-based value proposition, device manufacturers are seeking clarity for how to sell their products in this new environment. The all new Medical Device Pricing, Reimbursement and Market Access Forum brings together leaders across the commercialization value-chain to answer the reimbursement questions challenging the success of your product.
On Monday, January 16th, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services proposed a new rule addressing issues concerning eligibility notices, process of appeals, notification, medicaid benefits, medicaid cost sharing, and verification of employer-sponsored coverage. The purpose was to help strengthen medicaid, childrens health insurance, and the health marketplace.
Today’s guest post comes from Lindsay Resnick, Chief Marketing Officer, KBM Group: Health Services, Lindsay can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
With over 14 million Americans enrolled in a Medicare Advantage and 10 million having a Medicare Supplement plan, generating leads and converting them to new sales is challenging every Plan. However with 3 million people aging-in to Medicare every year and thousands of plan “switchers” still making annual decisions, there are still opportunities to grow in this segment.