Cost Containment Review

2016 Cost Containment Review - PDF download
Includes:
 
  • Cash is king - what's happening with the emerging cash economy
  • In search of value - embracing value-based payment models
  • What's the deal with the US?
  • Doing it for themselves - moving cost containment processes in-house
  • Rising rand - the state of play in South Africa
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2015 Cost Containment Review
Includes:
 
  • Education, education, education
  • The odd world of audits
  • ¡¿Cuánto cuesta?!
  • A win-win situation
  • IPMI: a focus on North America
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2014 Cost Containment Review
Includes:
 
  • A plea for clear and strong policy wording from underwriters
  • The cost-saving value of wellness programmes
  • Measuring the efficacy of your cost containment partner
  • Achieving meaningful cost containment in Russia
  • The proliferation of Emergency Care Clinics in the Near East

 

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Includes:
 
  • How IPMI providers can best balance quality care with cost control
  • Warning: improper billing ahead! Keeping an eye on hospital bills
  • World focus: Panama
  • Medical management: the ultimate form of cost containment?
  • Word to the wise: how policy wording can contain costs before claims come in

 

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ITIJ issue 141 - Cost Containment Review
Includes:
 
  • The key, the secret: could DRGs be the answer for international cost savings
  • Incredible Indian costs: international patients are easy targets
  • When l’hopital is the wrong destination: keeping tourists out of the ER
  • Who’s afraid of silent PPOs? – travel insurers need to examine their contracts
  • Costly care: price increases mean more pressurerect patients to the most appropriate care
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Issue 129 Cost Containment Review
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  • Learning to love them: cost containers must learn to live with international bill collectors
  • Hola hospitales! – new EU regulations could bolster Spain’s existing laws that allow hospitals to pursue liable third-party payers
  • US hospitals and insurers are making moves towards pricing transparency, but to what effect?
  • Reinsurers get in on the act: a more pro-active pursuit of cost containment and subrogation claims
  • The art of negotiation: negotiating medical evacuation service prices
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Issue 117 Cost Containment supplement
Includes:
 
  • Forum selection clauses: a defence to hospital lawsuits 
  • Healthcare reform is not payment reform: US
  • The de-evolution of the PPO model 
  • The other ‘F’ word: provider fraud
  • Welcome to Neverland: never events
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Issue 105 - Cost containment
Includes:
 
  • Impact of US healthcare reform 
  • A yen for yuan: cost containment in the East
  • Legally binding: improving relationships between international insurers and American hospitals
  • The right way: patient direction in Europe 
  • What price medical care? – challenges of the economic downturn
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Issue 93 - Cost containment
Includes:
 
  • Working together I: the relationship between payer and provider
  • Working together II: making insurer and cost containment company relationships work
  • International tension: how to handle disputes with US hospitals 
  • Let’s start at the very beginning: policy wording
  • Leveraging cost containment for brand benefit 
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Issue 82 - Cost containment
Includes:
 
  • A simplified guide to the silent PPO 
  • Subrogation: making a full recovery 
  • O, what a tangled web we weave: US lawsuits filed by hospitals against insurers over discounted bills
  • Care co-ordination in the global healthcare market 
  • Understanding hospital pricing as a key to building relationships: the hospital’s view
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