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SEBC Fall Fly-in. Observations by Bradley Towle, Accountable Care, Aetna SE Oct 2, 2012.

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sebc fall fly in

SEBC Fall Fly-in

Observations by Bradley Towle, Accountable Care, Aetna SE

Oct 2, 2012

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In a speech in Cape Town in June 1966, Robert Kennedy said:There is a Chinese curse which says 'May we live in interesting times.' Like it or not we live in interesting times. They are times of danger and uncertainty; but they are also more open to the creative energy of men than any other time in history

employers are demanding more value
Employers are Demanding More Value
  • Government is also driving change through:
  • Accountable Care Act (PPACA)
  • Medicare Shared Savings Programs (ACO’s)
  • New requirements for quality and reporting
  • Pay for Better Quality (STAR)
  • Changes in administration of CMS (Medicare / Medicaid)
  • Quotes from Employers
  • “We want to reduce our annual healthcare costs (not trend) by 15%, ...”
  • “We’re willing to exchange accessand choice for affordability and value…”
  • “Discounts alone are not sustainable...we need lower total costs…”
  • “Where do you have innovative models in place with providers that …”
  • “We’re interested in clinically integrated narrow networks that can reduce our costs…”

Accountable Care Solutions

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Consumers are making more informed buying decisions

Driven by:

Transparency related to Cost (Example: healthcarebluebook.com)

Transparency related to Quality (Many online tools - Leapfrog)

Used to be: Traditional 80/20 model - driven by brand

Then: High Deductible Plans – $2,500 - driven by price

Next stage = Value (Best quality for the best price)

  • Consumer buying behavior (in priority order with Price and Brand very close):
  • Price (low cost/high quality)
  • Brand (trusted local)
  • Benefit Design (customized)
  • Services (customized)
  • In 2014, many employers may opt to give employees a health care allowance in order to select and pay for their own health insurance on the Health Insurance Exchange (HIE)
  • Engaging consumers, especially online, will be key
  • Member loyalty and the “stickiness” of the patient experience will be even more important
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The Health Care Industry appears to be Re-organizing around the following key Strategies and Tactics:
  • Triple Aim – better care, better health, reduced per-capita costs
  • Provider Quality / Outcomes (also rewarding top performers)
  • Patient Centeredness / Engagement (holding patients accountable)
  • Health Information Exchange – from all sources (creating a community health record for each patient)
  • Performance based payment structures (payer to provider)
  • Population Management (focus of resources on the highest risk)
  • Transparency (of provider performance)
  • Health Insurance Exchange – changes how health care is purchased and by whom
benefit consultant challenges
Benefit Consultant Challenges:
  • Understand the new benefit structures that incorporate the strategies and tactics stated in the previous slide
  • Gain a deeper understanding of providers (primarily hospitals and physicians) – who are the quality providers in your market?
  • Develop new methods to compare and contrast the various health care delivery and payment models
  • Incorporate higher levels of transparency in your analyses
  • Understand the impact of Data Integration and Health Insurance Exchanges
  • Review the history of Medicare Advantage (plan level) and compare this to the roadmap for Medicare ACO’s (provider level)
  • Review the history of the travel and stock broker industries when on-line exchanges appeared for their industries