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[December 03, 2012]
Change Healthcare Executive to Discuss Consumer Engagement Innovations at AHIP's Exchange Conference
BRENTWOOD, Tenn., Dec. 3, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Change Healthcare, the leading cost transparency and engagement company, announced today that its Vice President of Marketing and Strategy, Clayton Nicholas, will present at America's Health Insurance Plans' (AHIP) Exchange Conference in Chicago on Dec. 5th. His session, titled "Utilizing Education and Transparency for Innovative Strategy in Exchange Environment", will explore how enhanced consumer-focused solutions can help health plans effectively compete in the exchange environment.
"The implementation of public health insurance exchanges, coupled with the anticipated growth of private exchanges, means that health plans will need to improve how they communicate to and engage with the individual to effectively compete in this new retail healthcare environment," Nicholas said. "At AHIP's Exchange Conference, we will highlight leading innovations in consumer engagement, including benefits education and cost transparency, that can help Health Plans attract and retain members, while also lowering total healthcare costs." To learn more about AHIP's Fall Forum, visit www.ahip.org/Conferences/FallForum2012.
About Change Healthcare Change Healthcare Corporation (www.changehealthcare.com) launched in 2007 with a mission to engage consumers in obtaining personalized and actionable cost-savings information that changes the way they purchase healthcare services. Built on a database of medical, dental and pharmacy claims from a national client base, Change Healthcare delivers substantial savings to health plan members and employers. With an average engagement rate of nearly 60 percent, the Company's web- based solution, Transparency Messenger(TM), is the only tool able to generate and proactively communicate immediate savings opportunities customized to the employee, their plan and local area.
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