Surprise billing dominated the national conversation and inspired new policies across the U.S. regarding what insurers and hospitals can do when they don’t agree on the correct price for services rendered.

In this webinar, industry experts will parse what the latest policy changes are, discuss best practices and help organizations see around the corner to future changes that could further impact billing practices.

  • The evolution of the conversation around surprise bills
  • What the new policies say and what they mean across the hospital/payer revenue cycle — and best practices moving forward
  • Strategies for identifying tactics for shore up financials while avoiding reputational damage caused by balance billing or aggressive collections tactics.
  • An examination of future changes that could further impact billing practices

Featured Speakers

Adam Beck

Vice President, Employer Health Policy & Initiatives
America’s Health Insurance Plans

Adam Beck is Vice President, Employer Health Policy & Initiatives at America’s Health Insurance Plans. In that role, he has led AHIP’s successful advocacy and coalition work that repealed the Cadillac Tax and lobbied for the IRS expansion of the HSA preventive care safe harbor. He joined AHIP from The American College of Financial Services where he was an assistant professor of health insurance and director of MassMutual’s Center for Special Needs, authoring a textbook on the Affordable Care Act and focusing his national lecturing and writing on the ACA’s impact on employers, agents, and brokers.

Loren Adler

Associate Director of the USC-Brookings Schaeffer Initiative for Health Policy
University of Southern California Schaeffer Center for Health Policy & Economics

Loren Adler is Associate Director of the USC-Brookings Schaeffer Initiative for Health Policy, a partnership between Economic Studies at Brookings and the University of Southern California Schaeffer Center for Health Policy & Economics. His research focuses on a range of topics in health care economics and policy, including insurance markets, provider payment, prescription drugs, Medicare, and the Affordable Care Act.

Nancy Hornberger

EVP, Revenue and Co-Head of Healthcare 
ElectrifAI

Nancy Hornberger has spent the last three decades at the forefront of healthcare transformation. Her strategic leadership at ElectrifAi ensures stakeholders across the healthcare ecosystem realize the full potential of practical artificial intelligence. A seasoned technology sales executive, Nancy is a powerhouse of healthcare industry knowledge. As Executive Vice President of Healthcare, she spearheads ElectrifAi’s strategy for this complex, evolving industry. 

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