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Managed Care Associations
- Managed care associations and their members experience more churn from the pandemic in 2021; priorities of providers and payers reflect clinical and revenue challenges as hospitals and health systems grow in size and leverage their bargaining positions against payers
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Managed Care Associations Market Sector Overview
There are numerous managed care and healthcare insurance business associations which have formed in the last two decades based on changes in the healthcare industry and its growing influence in multiple healthcare industry sectors. Depending upon the stakeholders, objectives and issues involved, these associations are pathways to reach key opinion leaders (KOLs) and the rank-and-file constituents that are the membership of the various associations. For healthcare marketers, they are important considerations in terms of sponsorship, membership and promotional opportunities.
For 2021, they each continue to share the healthcare and commercial challenges of bringing value to their membership as they progess through the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Conduits Of Managed Care And Payer Clinical And Commercial Information Sharing
Most are non-for-profit and offer ongoing communication, conferences, conventions, educational/professional management forums and other assemblies to update their area of healthcare profession and managed care interests. They serve as conduits of information pertaining to ongoing industry trends and regulatory change plus as a collective political voice by acting as official or de facto lobbying groups.
Financial Challenges, Membership Growth And Retention Challenges
For these organizations funding is an ongoing challenge as membership has to be gained and maintained. Less managed care and healthcare employers fund individual memberships for staff and spend less towards applying sponsorship funds to association events and conferences. Many healthcare product manufacturers and service providers have flattened or reduced support of conferences and other industry events due to cost cutting in addition to more closely monitoring marketing practices at events to stay within compliance requirements. While ROI is challenging to measure, the focused connection to specific sectors of healthcare/managed care professionals is important for present and ongoing clinical and business initiatives.
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