Improving Cost Containment for Self-Funded Health Plans

Start time:
On Demand
Duration:
1 hour
Location:
Online
Contact:
Carly Miller, Moss Adams, 949-517-9434
Cost to attend:
Complimentary

Cost containment continues to be a priority for self-funded health plans as organizations look for ways to protect plan assets and ensure funds aren’t lost due to improperly paid claims.

To stay current, listen to our on-demand webcast on best practices. We explore cost-containment strategies plan sponsors can employ to manage financial risk while meeting their fiscal and administrative responsibilities. In particular, we discuss how employers can review provider billing to identify additional savings.

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Speakers

Francis Orejudos, Senior Manager, Moss Adams

Francis has worked in the health care industry since 2003. He has experience with all types of managed care organizations, including HMOs, delegated IPAs, and health plans. Francis provides operational advisory services for regional and national Medicare and Medicaid plans specifically related to claims auditing, revenue recovery, contracting, and business process redesign. He also consults with self-funded employers on managing their health care expenses through various cost containment strategies.

Jack London, President & CEO, London Medical Management, Inc.

Jack G.. London, D.D. is the President, CEO and founder of London Medical Management, Inc., and PatientPAL.org. Since 1995 Patient PAL has become one of the nation’s leading patient advocacy services helping over 3,000,000 members across the country. London Medical Management, Inc. specialized in Large Claim Negotiations, Wellness Plan Development and Coaching, provider network analysis and building and managing proprietary networks.

Will Norris, Partner, Moss Adams

Will has been in health care consulting since 1991 and focuses on managed care and provider operations in payer-insurer, medical group, and IPA environments. He has extensive experience working within the operational infrastructure of managed care organizations on areas such as claims processing, utilization and referrals management, eligibility, and contracting.

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