and Law360 Articles/Health Consultation John Saran associate with Jaclyn Freshman We analyzed that state laws regulating healthcare costs, access to care, and quality standards are now important considerations for national healthcare contracts.
The authors explain that Oregon, California, Nevada, and Washington are among the many states increasingly involved in the review of health care transactions that occur within and outside of the state. . They say the new state legislation could have the unintended consequence of slowing the implementation of value-based healthcare and related programs that rely on well-scaled provider networks to manage the health of the population. I am noticing one thing.