Examining Health Care Competition

Examining Health Care Competition, an FTC-DOJ workshop

Constitution Center 400 7th St SW, Washington, DC 20024 | Directions & Nearby

Auditorium

Event Description

The Federal Trade Commission and U.S. Department of Justice, Antitrust Division held a public workshop on February 24-25, 2015, as part of the workshop series, “Examining Health Care Competition,” to study recent developments related to health care provider organization and payment models that may affect competition in the provision of health care services. Specific topics for discussion will include:

  • early observations regarding accountable care organizations;
  • alternatives to traditional fee-for-service payment models;
  • trends in provider consolidation;
  • trends in provider network and benefit design strategies; and
  • early observations regarding health insurance exchanges.

Examining Health Care Competition Workshop Series:
Examining Health Care Competition: February 2015 Workshop
Examining Health Care Competition: March 2014 Workshop

Webcast and Transcript

The workshop webcast videos are available for viewing (under Video, below). Viewers may want to review the panelist slide presentations (under Event Materials, below) as they watch the videos. Transcripts for each day of the workshop are available below under Transcript.

Questions?

If you have a question about the workshop, please email opp@ftc.gov.

Event Details

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