TALON Introduces New Chief Revenue Officer, Dan Mayton

Portsmouth, NH – TALON, an industry leader in providing groundbreaking healthcare technology solutions, has announced the addition of Dan Mayton as Chief Revenue Officer. He will be responsible for driving sales initiatives and managing TALON’s exponential growth in the months and years ahead. An accomplished sales executive with a background in human capital management (HCM), …

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Elif Eracar Joins TALON as Chief Operating Officer

Portsmouth, NH – TALON, an industry leader in providing groundbreaking healthcare technology solutions, this week introduced its new Chief Operating Officer, Elif Eracar. With a career that spans more than two decades, Eracar comes to TALON from Redox, where she served as Chief Customer Officer since July of 2019 and was responsible for all aspects …

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TALON Wins INVEST Digital Health’s Pitch Perfect Contest

One of eight finalists chosen by a group of professional investors as startups that are “shaking up the employee benefits space,” TALON presented during the Pitch Perfect Contest at INVEST Digital Health’s Conference in Dallas on September 28. The result? TALON was named the winner! During the presentation, TALON Co-Founder, President, and CEO Mark Galvin …

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SIIA Announces TALON as Newest Diamond Member

September 30th, 2022 — The Self-Insurance Institute of America, Inc. (SIIA) today announced that TALON has upgraded to Diamond member status. This top membership level signifies the highest level of support for SIIA and demonstrates a company’s leadership position within the self-insurance/captive insurance marketplace. “TALON is proud to be a leader and innovator in the healthcare …

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Health Plan Transparency Compliance Is Here. Are You Ready?

Non-compliance can be financially devastating to your business. Here’s how to avoid the pitfalls. The phrase “transparency fines are coming” is now a moot point, because—like it or not—transparency fines are here, and enforcement has begun. As of July 1, 2022, your health plan must disclose price and cost-sharing information to healthcare consumers by providing plan-specific Machine-Readable …

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Health transparency fines could loom for employers

View article in NH Business Review here: https://read.nhbr.com/nh-business-review/2022/08/26/#?page=1&mode=2&dpg=1 If they don’t obey new federal health care transparency rules, employers offering group health insurance could be liable for a fine of $100 per employee per day of violation. Did that get your attention? It’s supposed to. But lots — maybe even most — employers are unaware …

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TPAs: A Piecemeal Solution To Transparency In Coverage Could Be Your Last Meal

The Transparency in Coverage Rule (TiC) already requires that companies post machine readable files (MRF) which disclose negotiated rates for every in-network provider and the historical payments to, and billed charges from, out-of-network providers.  The MRF must also include in-network negotiated rates and historical net prices for covered prescription medications, broken down by health plan …

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TALON Welcomes Fox/Everett

Portsmouth, NH – TALON, a pioneer and industry leader in providing groundbreaking healthcare technology solutions, has announced a new partnership with third-party administrator Fox/Everett, a division of HUB International. With a proven, seven-decade track record of offering innovative insurance solutions and unsurpassed service to clients and members spanning a wide range of industries, Fox/Everett has …

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Complying with the Transparency in Coverage Final Rule and No Surprises Act: Taking Baby Steps is the Expensive Way to Go

Various elements of the Transparency in Coverage Final Rule and the No Surprises Act have already taken effect, and others will take effect over the next two years.  This staged rollout of requirements (with very significant fines for non-compliance) could encourage employers to opt for piecemeal software solutions that end up being far more costly, …

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Transparency Laws and Inflation May Strain Relationship Between Providers and Insurers

The federal government has begun cracking down and fining hospital systems that fail to publicize the rates they charge for medical procedures. With inflation increasing at record levels, hospitals are protesting that the data they have provided is outdated as all their costs are skyrocketing. Insurers and plan providers may find that the valuable data …

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