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Peter Hayes – Replay New Healthcare Transparency Tools

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Show Topic:
Did you know that if you have an Employer Group Health Plan, you have a fiduciary responsibility to comply with the Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) by Jan 1, 2023, or face real fines?

In this episode, host CMA’s David Ciullo discusses with Healthcare Purchaser Alliance of Maine Co-Founder and President Peter Hayes, the new requirements and fiduciary best practices for employer sponsored health plans as well as new health care cost transparency tool.

About The Guest:

Peter Hayes is currently the President & CEO of the Healthcare Purchaser Alliance of Maine and formerly a principal of Healthcare Solutions and Director of Associate Health and Wellness at Hannaford Supermarkets. He has been recognized as a thought leader in innovative, strategic benefit design for the past 25+ years.

He has received numerous national awards in recognition of his commitment to working collaboratively with healthcare providers and vendors in delivering health benefits that are focused on value (high-quality efficient care).

He has been successful in this arena by focusing on innovative solutions for patient advocacy, chronic disease management, and health promotion programs. Peter has also been involved in healthcare reform leadership roles on both the national and regional levels with organizations like Center for Health Innovation, Care Focused Purchasing, Leapfrog, co-founder of the Maine Health Management Coalition, and has been appointed by two different Maine Governors to serve on Health Care Reform Commissions to recommend public policies to improve the access and affordability of health care for Maine citizens.