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How employers can address plan selection bias with risk adjustment18 October 2019 - By William J. Fox and Brent Jensen and Benjamin J. Diederich - Article

Employers should adjust health plan options for morbidity in order to reduce the selection bias.

Milliman RBRVS for Hospitals27 April 2017 - By William J. Fox and Edward Jhu and Charlie Mills and Kevin Frodsham - Article

The Milliman RBRVS for Hospitals™ Fee Schedule provides a simple solution for comparing hospital contractual allowed amounts, billed charge master levels, relative efficiency, and patient mix differences.

Milliman RBRVS for Hospitals04 April 2016 - By Charlie Mills and Edward Jhu and William J. Fox - Article

The Milliman RBRVS for Hospitals™ Fee Schedule provides a simple solution for comparing hospital contractual allowed amounts, billed charge master levels, relative efficiency, and patient mix differences with the fee schedule based on Relative Value Units (RVUs).

Transparent cost network: A practical consumer-driven healthcare solution17 October 2011 - By William J. Fox - Article

A transparent cost network gives consumers the price information they need to make informed decisions—and provides payors with an opportunity to gain market share.

Hospital and physician cost shift01 December 2008 - By John M. Pickering and William J. Fox - Article
Will Fox testifies before Congress17 October 2008 - By William J. Fox - Article

On Sept. 18, Will Fox testified before the House Energy and Commerce health subcommittee. He discussed how low Medicare and Medicaid rates are affecting the cost of commercial insurance for employers and individuals.

Testimony before the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Health18 September 2008 - By William J. Fox - Article

On Sept. 18, Will Fox, principal and consulting actuary with the Seattle office of Milliman, testified before the House Energy and Commerce health subcommittee. He discussed how low Medicare and Medicaid rates are affecting the cost of commercial health insurance. false

Don't underestimate the impact of MS-DRGs on your bottom line26 February 2008 - By William J. Fox - Article

Medicare's diagnosis related group (DRG) system has gone through incremental changes since its inception in 1983, but never has there been a change like this. The move toward Medicare Severity DRGs (MS DRGs) will allow these inpatient codes to convey


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