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Jul 2021

Funding from The John A. Hartford Foundation Supports Groundbreaking Shared Decision-Making and Cost Transparency Initiative for Older Adults

With generous funding from The John A. Hartford Foundation, FAIR Health will develop, disseminate and evaluate a new set of shared decision-making (SDM) and other healthcare engagement tools geared toward older adults and their caregivers, in an expansion of its existing repository of tools for SDM in palliative care.

Georgia Selects FAIR Health Data to Address Surprise Billing

Georgia has joined the growing list of states using FAIR Health benchmark data to address surprise billing. Georgia enacted a surprise bill law referencing “verifiable data,” and the data source selected was FAIR Health.

FAIR Health Releases Enhancements and Additions to ASC Benchmarks

FAIR Health will be releasing enhancements to benchmarks for non-discounted charges billed by ambulatory surgery center (ASC) facilities later this month. In addition, a new set of benchmarks based on imputed amounts allowed by plans for ASC services and procedures will be released in August.


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