Health Data News Roundup: Boosting Star Ratings for MA Plans; Few Health Systems Have Plans for AI; and Seven Payers Expanding to New Markets - IMAT Solutions
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21 Aug Health Data News Roundup: Boosting Star Ratings for MA Plans; Few Health Systems Have Plans for AI; and Seven Payers Expanding to New Markets

Welcome to the Health Data Weekly News Roundup from IMAT Solutions. As the power of data continues to grow in the healthcare arena, today’s care organizations need to be on the forefront of all news and trends to help ensure that their data analytics efforts deliver accountable and informed care. Each week, we will provide you with the actionable news you need to meet these goals.

IMAT Helps Medicare Advantage Plans to Take Advantage of Rising Bonus Payments
Medicare Advantage bonus payments will reach at least $12.8 billion in 2023, and IMAT can help MA plans boost their Star ratings to maximize their bonus payments. Learn more in our latest blog post.

Health System Execs on Board With Generative AI, But Few Have a Plan in Place
Health system executives say they’ve been convinced by generative AI and its potential to shoulder some of healthcare’s biggest burdens, yet very few have a plan in place to make it happen, according to a new report.

Health Payers Need to Create Consumer-Centric Experiences for Members
As a more digitally enabled, consumer-centric experience becomes the norm, payers need to ensure the digital platforms they’re offering members keep with those expectations, according to a new survey.

KLAS: Payers Want Efficient Claims and Administration Platforms
Payers prefer to utilize claims and administration platforms from vendors that are efficient, manage multiple business lines, and can meet their complex needs, according to a KLAS report.

ACA Marketplace Premiums Set to Rise Again, Inflation a Key Factor
Even as inflation seems to be plunging from its peak, the ongoing pressure from high medical costs is set to push ACA Marketplace premiums up to an average of 6 percent in 2024, according to preliminary data from KFF.

UnitedHealth Donating $2.9 Million to Indiana Home Health Workers
UnitedHealthcare is giving $2.85 million to four Indiana organizations supporting direct service health workers, which include certified nursing assistants, home health aides, direct support professionals and personal care aides.

Seven Health Payers Expanding to New Markets
Payers are planning moves to new markets in 2024, and here are seven payers planning expansions in the Medicare, commercial and ACA markets.

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