Navigating the waters of purchasing can be very tricky, but the tools this session displayed, aimed at both employer and employee education, make it easier than ever before. In the same vein, managing a group of employees, especially with the changes which came October 1st, can be just as murky but we think we found some people who can help make sense of it all.
Clayton Nicholas brings two decades as an entrepreneur and his previous role as an Army Officer to his role at Change Healthcare. In 2012, Clayton previewed Healthcare University at Health 2.0 and this year he demonstrated the fully working version that helps health care shoppers better understand and shop for benefits through engagement, even adding a little fun along the way.
Chris and Change Healthcare have been at Health 2.0 since the start in 2007. They started with a consumer focus, but they’ve been making waves in the employer space, where they focus on educating employees.
A look at programs to guide health care decisions. How do health care exchanges play a role? What are the benefits of public vs. private exchanges?
Change Healthcare has been at Health 2.0 since the start in 2007. In recent years it has added capital and been making waves in the employer space. It also brought on board veteran management, including Doug who was at CVS/Caremark. Doug joined because he sees cost transparency as a game-changing opportunity in the payer and self-insured employer market, and he’ll show how Change even engages employees in taking advantage of the news on pricing they’re telling them.