FierceHealthPayer Virtual Series
A LOOK AT THE YEAR AHEAD AND WHAT'S NEXT FOR PAYERS
JUNE 1–3, 2020 | FREE VIRTUAL EVENT
What does the rest of 2020 hold for health payers? From massive shifts in telehealth use to Medicare Advantage, we’ll bring top voices in the payer space together to look ahead at what to expect in the health insurance world — particularly as the world fight to end the spread and recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
MONDAY, JUNE 1
Healthcare in the Wake of Coronavirus
FierceHealthcare speaks with a top leader in the world of healthcare about the broader changes to expect moving forward as the world continues to fight and recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
TUESDAY, JUNE 2
Telehealth’s Tipping Point
While telehealth offerings have been growing for years, the tech appears to have finally hit its stride as it became a key tool in efforts to continue offering healthcare in the midst of social distancing. In this panel, we will discuss the changing reimbursement for telehealth offerings and whether we’ve seen a tipping point in adoption of virtual healthcare.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3
The Future of Medicare Advantage
From ride sharing to home meal delivery, Medicare Advantage has been fast evolving in its offerings in recent years. In this session, we will examine what’s next in the world of MA from kidney care, to star ratings and the broader impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Health at Home: The New Normal of Care
COVID-19 exposed the fragility of our health care system and demonstrated once again the value of providing care to the home. As the pandemic unfolded, we showed in hot-spots ranging from New York and Connecticut to Florida and Louisiana that the home can be a superior destination for care.
Novel analytics, technology and care paradigms have helped payers evolve their care strategies in close coordination with providers. The result is a complete continuum of care to ensure patients with and without COVID-19 leave the hospital with the right care and services delivered at the right time, minimizing downstream health risks and unnecessary readmissions. Now and in the future, the home will be the most critical leverage point, enabling payers to safely bridge the gap for patients who need care. While COVID-19 exposed the weaknesses of our current system, it’s also ushering in a new era of care: health at home.