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The Future of Employer Based Health Care Midwest Business Group on Health May 10-11, 2007 A Fine Mess We’ve Got Ourselves Into Purchasers Not Buying Right Plans Not Letting Provider Value Show Through Providers Not Seeing Business Case for Reengineering

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the future of employer based health care

The Future of Employer Based Health Care

Midwest Business Group on Health

May 10-11, 2007

a fine mess we ve got ourselves into
A Fine Mess We’ve Got Ourselves Into
  • Purchasers Not Buying Right
  • Plans Not Letting Provider Value Show Through
  • Providers Not Seeing Business Case for Reengineering
  • Patients Not In the Quality Game
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Competitive Disadvantage for EmployersHealth Care Spending As Proportion of GDP Among US Major Trading Partners, 2003

Source: OECD

cadillac prices yugo quality
Cadillac Prices, Yugo Quality…
  • Condition% Receiving Recommended
  • Care*
  • Breast cancer 76%
  • Heart attack & coronary artery disease 68%
  • Immunizations 66%
  • High blood pressure 65%
  • Asthma 53%
  • Diabetes 45%
  • Urinary tract infection 41%
  • Sexually transmitted diseases 37%
  • *McGlynn, et. al, New England Journal of Medicine, 2003
injury to insult
Injury to Insult
  • 44,000-98,000 plus deaths from errors during hospitalizations
  • 7,000 deaths from medication errors alone
  • Ambulatory unknown
  • Source: Institute of Medicine
consumer disconnect from cost source of private health care expenditures as share of national total
Consumer Disconnect From CostSource of Private Health Care Expenditures As Share of National Total

Source: Office of the Actuary, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services

american s aren t paying the bill and they re still not happy
American’s Aren’t Paying the Bill – and They’re Still Not Happy

Source: Harris Interactive Poll

and the american public is losing patience
And the American Public is Losing Patience…

Source: Harris Interactive Poll

an information technology wasteland
An Information Technology Wasteland
  • Average spent per worker on IT in health care – $1,000 per worker
  • Average spent per worker on IT in other industries – $8,000
  • Source: Department of Health and Human Services
it proliferation on a slow track electronic health records adoption curve
IT Proliferation on a Slow TrackElectronic Health Records Adoption Curve

Time to Move From 10% to 80% Adoption

  • VCRs – 7 Years
  • E-mail – 11 years
  • Home PC - > 15 Years

Bush goal of 100% by 2014

Source: The RAND Corporation

medium and small employers bail out firms with 3 199 employees offering health benefits
Medium and Small Employers Bail OutFirms With 3-199 Employees Offering Health Benefits

Source: Kaiser Family Foundation, Employer Health Benefits, 2005

increasing pressure on public system medicare spending components as proportion of gdp
Increasing Pressure on Public SystemMedicare Spending Components As Proportion of GDP

Source: Medicare Trustee’s Report, 2005

employer responses
Employer Responses
  • Managed care
  • Cost shifting
  • Consumer directed health plans
  • Transparency and P4P
  • Drop coverage
chro view
CHRO View
  • 81% System cannot be sustained
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CHRO View
  • 46.8% System of employment based
  • coverage should be strengthened
  • and sustained
transparency a priority
Transparency a Priority
  • Require plans and providers to publicly report quality and cost
so is pay for performance
So is Pay-for-Performance
  • Require plans and providers to publicly report quality and cost
steve wetzell

Steve Wetzell

Executive Vice President, Health Care Initiatives

(202) 789-7636

swetzell@healthcareRT.org