Sourcing and Contracting
Would your organization like a louder voice to communicate with health plans about your purchasing strategy? Want to learn new strategies for sourcing and contracting with health plans or providers?
Aligning your sourcing and contracting with the approaches by other health care purchasers is one way that you can push the market to deliver value. The more purchasers that use CPR’s health plan tools, the stronger and more consistent the signal they send to health plans. CPR updates our tools annually so they reflect the latest priorities and effective practices. Check out CPR's sourcing, renewal, and contracting tools today.
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Everything you need to strengthen your health plan sourcing, renewal, and contracting efforts. Align your asks with your peers in high-value purchasing!Buy
In the universe of health care vendors, there are market-takers and market-shapers. Market-takers accept health care market dynamics as they are; market-attempt to upend the status quo with strategies that alter the incentives that govern health insurance and care delivery. Some of these vendors offer a full suite of third-party administrator (TPA) services; others offer innovative network, benefit design and contracting models but do not pay claims. That’s why CPR calls these vendors Market-Shaping Enterprises (MSEs).Buy
CPR’s Purchaser Tools for Breaking Barriers in Data Ownership, Access, and Use includes evaluation questions and model contract language purchasers and their consultants can use to enhance data stewardship among business associates.Buy
Learn what CPR found through an 18-month long investigation into aggregated health care purchasing, or the strategy where employ-led coalitions pool member plan volume to negotiate with local providers. You’ll also hear purchasers from around the country describe how they’ve pursued a strength in numbers approach to getting better health care value.Buy
It’s that time of year again, and now more than ever employer-purchasers need to send a deliberate and direct message to the marketplace that they expect provider competition, more price and quality transparency, more reform in payment and care delivery, more innovative benefit and network design, more action in addressing health disparities, and better collaboration.Download
Learn how purchasers can align their asks and demands of health plans and other stakeholders in critical areas of interest to employers and other health care purchasers.
Topics include: high and rising prices, provider competition, transparency, payment and care delivery reform, and benefit and network design. This webinar features expert consultants from Willis Towers Watson: Jeffrey Levin-Scherz, MD and Population Health Leader, and Drew Hodgson, FSA MAAA and National Health Care Practice Delivery Leader.
When employers and other health care purchasers try to push the market to make it function in a better way, they have a better chance when they send consistent signals to their health plans. Learn more about why aligned sourcing is important and what tools purchasers can use to move the market.
Large, self-insured companies can work directly with health care providers to implement payment and delivery reforms. Learn more about direct-contracting and the potential benefits of working directly with health care providers to improve the health care system.
CPR’s HPUG Toolkit offers an organized approach to facilitate a two-way dialogue on topics of mutual interest to purchasers and plans, including expanding payment reform, new benefit and network design strategies, price and quality transparency, and other emerging strategies.Buy