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Leading efforts to advance MA's ambitious goal of bringing health care spending growth in line with the growth in the state’s economy.
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Congratulations to HPC Fellow Nayely Chavez, ‘19, on winning the Audience Favorite award for her work evaluating the integration of behavioral health into primary care in the HPC’s HCII Program!
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Proud to support the Massachusetts Employer Health Coalition (MEHC) in hosting a forum on improving appropriate emergency department utilization! The Kickoff Breakfast is Tues, Dec. 11 from 8-10AM. Register here:
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MA Assoc Health Plan Nov 15
Our final panel on the health care marketplace with moderator , CEO , Executive Director Dr. Roberta Herman, professor , Executive Director , & President
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MA Assoc Health Plan Nov 15
Discussion of value based payments, trends, and the future of health care with , Chairman Stuart Altman, , and Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel.
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Massachusetts HPC Nov 15
Happy Day! If you're 18+ and a resident, remember that state law requires that you maintain coverage. Visit the 's website to learn how you can avoid the tax penalty:
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Brigham Digital Innovation Hub Nov 14
Catherine Harrison, from on how we define an : An accountable care organization is a provider led organization that is accountable for the overall cost and quality of a full spectruum of cafe for a defined population.
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Massachusetts HPC Nov 14
HPC's DataPoints series of research briefs highlight key issues in . Check out all 8 entries and their interactive graphics to learn more. What better way to spend a chilly Wednesday?
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MassChallenge HealthTech Nov 9
Are you a that is interested in working with ACOs? Join us along with , , at our upcoming on 11/14 to learn more about the challenges and opportunities of bringing to ACOs. Link to register:
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Massachusetts HPC Nov 9
How can reduce spending? 'Opportunities For Cost Savings In Health Care 2018' outlines 7 cost-saving scenarios that could reduce spending by $4.8 billion over the next 5 years. Check it out & stay tuned for next year.
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Massachusetts HPC Nov 8
If you're 18+ and a resident state law requires that you maintain coverage. Visit the 's website to learn how to avoid the tax penalty and !
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Massachusetts HPC Nov 7
PUBLIC MEETING UPDATE: Next week's Advisory Council meeting has been RESCHEDULED for TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18. Be sure to always check our website for the most updated public meeting schedule
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Massachusetts HPC Nov 6
It's ! Polls are open until 8PM in so don't forget to get out and let your voice be heard!
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Massachusetts HPC Nov 5
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Massachusetts HPC Nov 5
Are you an 18+ resident? Despite changes at the federal level, state law requires that you maintain coverage. Learn more about how you can avoid the tax penalty and !
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Hannah Kloomok Nov 2
Happy from the ! Thanks for the inspiration 💪
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Massachusetts HPC Nov 2
Did you know residents age 18+ are required to have health coverage or may face a tax penalty? Get the facts & -->
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Massachusetts HPC Nov 1
The impact of is felt across the Commonwealth. Learn more about abuse in with the HPC's report:
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GIC Nov 1
Great to hear from Ray Campbell & David Seltz this AM Commission mtng. Both shared compelling data on things like health care spending, variables impacting health care consumer costs. TY!
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Massachusetts HPC Oct 31
Do you know your resources when dealing with claims in ? Learn more by visiting the Office of Patient Protection page:
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Massachusetts HPC Oct 31
residents age 18+ are required to have coverage. Make sure you avoid the tax penalty and !
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