Hospitals account for the largest expenditure of US health care dollars, followed by physician and clinical services, half of which are owned by a hospital or health system. To address rising health care costs, policymakers and the public need detailed financial information to understand a hospital’s assets as well as its expenses and liabilities.
- How NASHP’s model legislation and reporting template increases transparency.
- What critical information the model provides to state policymakers.
- What state entity should be tasked with oversight and review of the data received.
Moderator: Trish Riley, Executive Director, National Academy for State Health Policy
- Nancy Kane, DBA, Adjunct Professor of Management in the Department of Health Policy and Management, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
- Jeremey Vandehy, JD, Director of the Health Policy and Analytics Division, Oregon Health Authority
- Vicki Veltri, JD, LLM, Executive Director, State of Connecticut Office of Health Strategy