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Milliman chat will focus on healthcare waste

What: #HealthWaste

Where: Twitter

When: Thursday, August 2, at 10 a.m. PST/1 p.m. EST

Topic: Identifying wasteful spending in healthcare

Moderator: @MillimanHealth

About this chat
In recent years, few issues have been spoken about more than the need to curb unnecessary healthcare spending across the United States. As discussions continue at various parts of the government, Milliman invites you to join our #healthwaste Twitter chat. The chat features Milliman MedInsight consultants Rich Moyer and Marcos Dachary, who will discuss ways in which the healthcare industry can identify wasteful spending and what can be done to address the underlying issues. Rich and Marcos will be joined by two of the premier experts in this area, Dr. Mark Fendrick of the Center for Value-Based Insurance Design (V-BID), and Dr. Michael Chernew of Harvard Medical School.

Rules of engagement
• To participate in the chat, follow the hashtag #healthwaste.
• Answer Q1, Q2, Q3… with A1, A2, A3….
• Remember to include the hashtag #healthwaste in all your tweets.
• If you are new to Twitter chats, considering using TweetChat.com.

Critical Point podcast: “Healthcare waste and how to find it”

Milliman’s new podcast, Critical Point, presents unique perspectives from the firm’s professionals. The podcast’s debut episode, “Healthcare waste and how to find it,” features Jackie Sehr, Marcos Dachary, and Dr. David Mirkin from Milliman MedInsight®, a data warehousing and healthcare analytics platform. In this episode, they discuss healthcare waste and approaches to minimize waste and reduce unnecessary costs across the American healthcare system.

To listen to this episode of Critical Point, click here.