Washington, DC (PRWEB) February 21, 2014
Greater cost transparency and consumer engagement are front-and-center in the health insurance revolution that is underway, and the use of data is driving these monumental changes. In addition to helping support the adjudication of out-of-network claims, claims data can provide the building blocks for ACO development, as well as the foundation for pursuing a narrow-network strategy, developing consumer-oriented tools to promote effective plan selection and plan management, and building internal dashboards for strategic decision making. Atlantic Information Services – industry-leading publishers of Health Plan Week and AIS’s Health Reform Week – is pleased to announce the publication of Data Sources for Rate-Setting in ACOs, Exchanges and Narrow Networks. The latest addition to AIS’s Management Insight Series, the report examines the various ways claims data can be used in the new health insurance marketplace.
Featuring a review of FAIR Health’s origins and mission as a repository of claims data, as well as the auditing and validation processes in place to ensure data integrity, this comprehensive report also addresses issues such as:
For more information on Data Sources for Rate-Setting in ACOs, Exchanges and Narrow Networks, including a full table of contents, visit http://aishealth.com/marketplace/data-sources-rate-setting-acos-exchanges-and-narrow-networks.
AIS’s Management Insight Series is designed to provide practical solutions to complex business challenges with the help of the industry’s most insightful advisors and managers. See a full list of titles in this series at http://aishealth.com/marketplace/insight-series.
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