Washington, DC (PRWEB) September 1, 2010
Atlantic Information Services, Inc. (AIS) -- AIS, publisher of industry-leading newsletters, Health Plan Week, Drug Benefit News and Medicare Advantage News, is pleased to announce publication of Health Plan Facts, Trends and Data: 2010-2011. Shipping now, this all-new Factbook addresses many of the unanswered questions on how to best implement provisions in the health care reform law -- and how you can make these changes but still remain competitive. For publication details, go to http://www.aishealth.com/Products/mfb.html.
The all-new 15th edition of Health Plan Facts, Trends and Data: 2010-2011 features in-depth coverage of:
-- The health reform debate: everything from insurance exchanges to ACOs to MLRs -- plus a convenient reform implementation timeline
-- Health plan financial performance
-- Benefit design trends: pharmacy benefit strategies, limited-benefit plans, employer initiatives, and the small-group and individual markets
-- Rate-setting practices, coverage rescissions and legal challenges
-- Network contracting and reimbursement conflicts
-- This resource also features well-organized directories of federal, state and regional health insurance officials for reference and mailing lists … and much more
Health Plan Facts, Trends and Data: 2010-2011 is essentially a "State-of-the-Industry Report" that includes critical information on: medical loss ratios, health plan enrollment, opportunities in small-group and individual markets, consumer policies, product development, provider contracting and more.
Packed with reporting and analysis that charts the impact of health reform and other key industry developments, Health Plan Facts, Trends and Data 2010-2011 is the source that health plans rely on to address their toughest business challenges. For more information on this publication, visit http://www.aishealth.com/Products/mfb.html.
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