Freed Associates

Health Reform 2.0

Freed continuously monitors health care legislation, including the current effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA). We regularly translate this activity into actionable proposals for our clients.

Freed continuously monitors health care legislation, including the current effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA). We regularly translate this activity into actionable proposals for our clients to contemplate.

As we embark on the next chapter in the evolution of our health system, it is clear there will be disruption in the ACA markets and Medicaid funding mechanisms. This may present our clients with several short- and long-term opportunities to address.

Just as Freed served as an integral partner to our clients’ implementation of the ACA, we are ready to support our clients regarding many aspects of health reform, including:

  • Health reform “quarterback”
  • Regulatory intake, interpretation and implementation
  • Product strategy and market (re)entry
  • Enrollment and membership service automation
  • Risk adjustment optimization

 

  • Problems We’ve Solved

    Health System Significantly Enhances Patient Access and Reduces Operational Costs

    Among significant patient access improvements was a float pool initiative that increased operational efficiency and substantially decreased operating costs – up to $100,000 annually in savings. Read more about this project »
  • Problems We’ve Solved

    Multi-State Health Plan Traverses ACA Complexities to Meet Requirements, Reduce Risks

    When a multi-state health plan needed to meet compliance with all of the components of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), Freed developed and executed a plan. Read more about this project »
  • Problems We’ve Solved

    Identifying Root Causes of Avoidable ED Visits Leads to Improved Quality

    A major healthcare organization has an innovative palliative care program that recently experienced significant expansion. The program decided to embark on a project to reduce avoidable ED visits by their patients. They asked Freed Associates to help them identify and address the root causes of these visits. Read more about this project »

To learn more about our Health Reform 2.0 service line, please contact us.