Moving Minnesota Toward Better, More Affordable Health Care

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Court decision to uphold the Affordable Care Act did little to clarify the future of health care reform and what it means for business. And once again, health care policy will be one of the key issues …

Court decision to uphold the Affordable Care Act did little to clarify the future of health care reform and what it means for business. And once again, health care policy will be one of the key issues helping to decide this year’s presidential election. In late August, two of Minnesota’s most storied names in health care – HealthPartners and Park Nicollet – announced plans to combine their operations at the beginning of next year. Learn about the motivation behind one of the most significant local health care partnerships in decades. And, more importantly, hear how it relates to broader health care trends in our state and the important implications for Minnesota businesses and communities.

Andrea Walsh, Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, HealthPartners,Inc.

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  • 1. MOVING MINNESOTA TOWARD BETTER, MORE AFFORDABLE HEALTH CARE Andrea Walsh Executive Vice President / Chief Marketing Officer HealthPartners Sept. 25, 2012
  • 2. HealthExperience Affordability
  • 3. 1. History of strong collaboration2. Better access, better coverage3. Reforms and incentive in payment
  • 4. $41,868Health care expenses for U.S. families (2021) 2002-2021 (projected at present growth rate) $38,767 $35,895 $33,236 $19,393 $30,774 $28,496 (2011) $26,384 $24,430 $22,620$9,235 $20,944 $18,074 $16,771 (2002) $14,500 $15,609 $13,382 $12,214 $11,192 $10,1682002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 Source: 2011 Milliman Medical Index
  • 5. Income: $59,858 $41,868 Health care expenses for U.S. families (2021) 2002-2021 (projected at present growth rate) $38,767 $35,895 $33,236 $19,393 $30,774 $28,496Income: $42,093 (2011) $26,384 $24,430 $22,620 $9,235 $20,944 $18,074 $16,771 (2002) $14,500 $15,609 $13,382 $12,214 $11,192 $10,168 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 Source: 2011 Milliman Medical Index
  • 6. Mortality (length of life): 50% Health Outcomes Morbidity (quality of life): 50% Tobacco use Health behaviors Diet & exercise (30%) Alcohol use Unsafe sex Clinical care Access to care (20%) Quality of care Health Factors Education Employment Social & economic factors Income (40%) Family & social support Community safety Programs and Environmental quality Physical environment Policies (10%) Built environmentCounty Health Rankings model © 2010 UWPHI
  • 7. The four essentials of reform 1.Support healthy lifestyles. 2.Redesign care. 3.Reform the way we pay. 4.Drive everything with data.
  • 8. Eating 5 Being Not fruits and Drinkingphysically smoking vegetables alcohol in active each day moderation
  • 9. The Triple Aim in action HealthPartners Delivery System 43% Total Cost Index % patients with Optimal Diabetes Control*(compared to statewide average) * controlled blood sugar, BP and cholesterol (per ICSI guideline A1c < 1 is better than network average changed from < 7 to < 8 in 1Q09 and BP control changed from <130/80 to <140/90 in 3Q10), AND daily aspirin use, AND non-tobacco user
  • 10. Consumers in the Drivers SeatConsumer-driven plans up 30% year on year The n ew n D orm: educ Defin tibles ed co ntrib Retai ution l care Lowe r care -cost optio Healt ns h and progr wellnes amm s ing
  • 11. What the reformed market looks like No data  Abundant, useful information Unknown results  Transparent results Little collaboration  Frequent collaboration Treat disease  Prevent diseasePassive consumer  Powerful consumer
  • 12. HealthExperience Affordability
  • 13. MOVING MINNESOTA TOWARD BETTER, MORE AFFORDABLE HEALTH CARE Andrea Walsh Executive Vice President / Chief Marketing Officer HealthPartners Sept. 25, 2012