When the annual physical exam identifies a significant health problem, that’s definitely a plus. But what if it leads to a “false positive” test result that results in more tests and possibly even treatment that the patient didn’t need in the first place?
The Alliance recently invited CEOs and other senior executives to roundtables in Janesville, Wis.; Madison, Wis.; Reedsburg, Wis.; Rockford, Ill.; and Watertown, Wis. A total of 42 leaders from 36 companies came to discuss their top priorities and concerns about health care and health benefits.
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The US Senate Considers Bipartisan Reform to ACA – Will It Prevail Over Existing Talks of Republican-Supported Repeal?
The first few weeks of September have brought more chapters in the story of Congress’s consideration of how to fix problems with aspects of the American health care system including what, if anything, should come after the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
Separating truth from myth can be tricky in health care. Dr. Aaron Carroll is known for giving straight answers that sometimes contradict myths about complicated health care topics. Carroll will appear at The Alliance Annual Meeting on Thursday, Sept. 28, 2017, to talk about breaking the myths in health care that impact employer health benefit plans.
“Football and health care are not that different. Both are team events. We are all stakeholders in the health care system,” said Dr. Jan Berger at The Alliance’s Aug. 2017 Population Health event.