Transparency in Coverage: Going beyond complianceTransparency in Coverage: Going beyond compliance

Transparency in Coverage: Going beyond compliance

December 12, 2022
Taylor Goldsmith

Learn how to transform healthcare price transparency regulations from obligation to opportunity.

Today’s price transparency regulations have their limitations, but there is a business opportunity likely to be found by going beyond “minimum compliance.” By offering an enhanced member experience, comprehensive quality and cost data, all on a solid technical foundation, you will be able to improve member utilization, cost savings, and get ahead of possible new regulations in the years to come.

Download this eBook to understand:

  • The three paths to price transparency compliance—and why one stands out from the rest
  • The downsides, difficulties, and despair of trying to build your own TIC-compliant solution
  • Why the member experience is so crucial in a TIC-compliant solution
  • How TIC can help concierge healthcare companies drive cost savings for themselves and their clients and secure client loyalty

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