What you missed from the most recent Utah Health Reform Task Force meeting
Emily Viles | Nov 14, 2019 | Utah
The Texas Medical Center recently released their 2019 national survey from physicians and consumers. The survey provides insight into the public’s attitude about a number of hot button issues in health care. The most recent survey, now in its 5th year, focuses on topics like the cost of health care,
One in three women of reproductive age have at least one chronic condition that could compromise their health or lead to adverse outcomes during pregnancy, according to University of Utah Health scientists. Yet few of these women are using the most effective forms of contraception to prevent unplanned pregnancies. The researchers say
One thing that I've been working on is trying to evaluate the difference between having multiple carriers participate in the state coverage option program which is what the state proposed, versus having just one carrier offer one plan in each of the different metal tiers or you know actuarial value
The most recent HEDIS report from the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing shows that Colorado Medicaid’s weighted averages indicate low program performance statewide compared to national standards. HEDIS (Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set) is a set of standardized performance measures designed to ensure that purchasers and
This week the University of Utah Health revealed a number of new changes related both to faculty administration, and new programs that will ultimately become part of the university’s overall transformation. Earlier this week the Huntsman family granted the largest monetary gift in the University’s history. The historic $150 million
Last week we hosted our 2019 Colorado State of Reform Health Policy Conference with over 250 attendees from across the silos of heath care to cover some of the most complex issues in health care policy and reform. Check out what you missed, and hopefully we’ll see you next year!