Through their state employee insurance programs—which cover millions of state employees and their families, retirees, and, in many cases, local jurisdictions—states represent significant purchasers of healthcare. States also purchase health insurance through Medicaid programs and the Affordable Care Act (ACA) insurance marketplace. A recent report by the Rockefeller Institute found limited coordination between employee health programs and other large state purchasing programs. Such coordination, were it pursued, might help alleviate rising healthcare costs through economies of scale.
On March 4th at 2:00 p.m., join us for this webinar where experts will discuss the recent report and current thinking on state employee health insurance programs.