Provider-Sponsored Health Plans (PSHPs) have long been viewed as the ultimate endpoint for value-based health care models. With health care reform ushering in a clear shift towards value, the industry has experienced a renewed interest in PSHPs. The changing dynamics of the US health care delivery system – new payment models, declining reimbursement and the expansion of government programs – are leading many providers to believe that formerly insurmountable challenges are more achievable than ever before. With key industry reports like Standard & Poor giving PSHPs a positive outlook, the looming question is no longer “when” to launch a PSHP, but “how”?
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- What are the benefits of a PSHP?
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- What options do I have when it comes to ownership vs. partnership?
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Seth oversees overall company strategy, product design, sales, marketing and business development for Evolent Health. Prior to Evolent Health, Seth was the Executive Director of Corporate Development and Strategic Planning at The Advisory Board Company, where he oversaw partnerships and acquisitions, key elements of new product development and other strategic growth initiatives. Prior to joining The Advisory Board, Seth was an Associate at Bain Capital Partners, where he helped execute the 2006 buyout of Hospital Corporation of America (HCA). Seth started his career as an analyst in the Washington, D.C. office of McKinsey & Company. He earned a BS from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he graduated with Highest Honors, and his MBA from the Harvard Business School.Follow on Twitter More Content by Seth Blackley