18th Annual Health Care Conference

18th Annual Health Care Conference

The SC Alliance of Health Plan’s Annual Health Care conference focus on state and market based solutions to the challenges in our health care delivery system and the health care finance system.


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Where Does Your Heath Care Dollar Go?

Where Does Your Heath Care Dollar Go?

Your premium—how much you pay for your health insurance coverage each month—helps cover the costs of the medications and care you receive. It also helps to improve health care quality and affordability for all Americans. Here is where your health care dollar really goes.

For nearly 20 years the South Carolina Alliance of Health Plans has been the state’s leading voice for market drive innovation and solutions to health care challenges. SCAHP members include commercial health plans, Medicaid managed care organizations, third party administrators, brokers and agents, and industry stakeholders. Our broad coalition is united in its commitment to:

  • Responsible and effective legislative advocacy on health related issues
  • Educating consumers and employers about health care quality and affordability
  • Engaging the community on disease management and education
  • Working with regulators at the state and federal levels to develop transparent and effective regulatory frameworks for public and commercial health plans.

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Annual Conference

18th Annual Health Care Conference December 4-6, 2019 The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island, SC Please ...
12 July

White House kills major drug pricing proposal

“The administration is backing away from an effort to change…

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12 July

Could the ACA really go away?

“The legal challenge to the ACA by conservative states is…

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25 June

Survey: 62% of patients value access to web-based visit notes when choosing a new provider

In addition, “Seventy-two percent of patients said note reading was…

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21 June

CMS issues guidance aimed at ensuring states are appropriately vetting Medicaid eligibility

The guidance includes a checklist that state regulators can use…

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20 June

AMA backs extending Medicaid to 12 months after childbirth

“Women are only covered by Medicaid for 60 days after…

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20 June

CHIP and Medicaid enrollment down 2.2% among children in 2018

“Researchers pointed out that the drop in CHIP and Medicaid…

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