Featured Speakers Bring Big Data, Quality and Pricing Expertise to RISE Conference “Product Design, Pricing & Risk Adjustment on the Health Insurance Exchanges”
Mickey Dodge, Brian Tajlili and John Criswell as featured speakers in RISE Conference “Product Design, Pricing & Risk Adjustment on the Health Insurance Exchanges" in Las Vegas on February 17-18, 2014 will bring expertise to offer insight and strategies for Commercial data, quality, and pricing processes.
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) February 14, 2014
To be protected from adverse selection, payers must participate in the risk adjustment process. How they implement a risk adjustment strategy and the value of that solution is dependent on many things — data being the most significant. Being prepared to capture both traditional and new data sources will be a key differentiator to understand these populations and offer more insight into pricing.
Featured speakers Mickey Dodge, FSA, MAAA and Brian Tajlili, FSA, MAAA are Managing Actuaries from BCBS of North Carolina who will share lessons learned from 834s received to date, factors that affect risk scores and variables impacting transfer payments. John Criswell, MBA, CEO of Pulse8, a technology and analytics provider, will share strategies for using an advanced Big Data approach to enhance your probability of success with Risk Adjustment.
The RISE conference “Product Design, Pricing and Risk Adjustment on the Health Insurance Exchanges” is presented by Healthcare Education Associates as the only conference focused on the exchange’s unique challenges. It includes renowned speaking faculty from health plans, state exchanges and service providers who will share case studies and expert presentations to its audience of actuarial analysts, CEOs, CFOs, product development and benefit design executives. For more information and to register to attend, please go to http://www.frallc.com/pdf/H196.pdf and enter code HSM134 for a 15% discount off your admission rate.
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