Public Affairs & Policy

A Person-Focused Health Experience: Public Policies That Build on a Growing Consumer Movement

Our Public Policy Vision

The health care consumer of the future is here. Life in the 21st century is full of possibility. Technology, data and cutting edge medicine combine to put the power of transformative health care within our grasp in ways unthinkable a century ago.

We are focused on harnessing these advancements to create a person-focused health experience for people and their families. That means meeting people where they are – a parent home with a sick child, a busy professional, a senior living alone – and providing them with simple and personalized solutions to meet their unique needs.

Our Guiding Principles

Promoting Transparency

The nation faces the uncertainty of a health care system undergoing rapid change, but in change lies opportunity. Transformation will be driven by innovation, delivering a personalized consumer experience, and ensuring Americans have reliable access to quality and affordable care.

Cambia Health Solutions is committed to improving the health care system through the guidance of these simple principles. The health care system must

  • align with, and encourage, informed consumer-driven decisions without ever sacrificing quality of care;
  • adapt to the next generation of technology to address barriers to care and to optimize convenience; and
  • be economically sustainable at all levels of our society – individual, employer, industry and government.

Our Priorities

Promoting Transparency

Consumers have come to demand the ability to research quality and price before purchasing a product or service.

Convenient Care

To meet the on-demand expectations of today’s consumers, medical care must be available anywhere, anytime.

Personalized Care

Health is a personal matter that poses unique circumstances for individuals and families.

Paying for Health Care

Outside of health care, people are used to managing their finances.

Quality Health Care Coverage

The current health care system does not support a 21st century consumers’ expectations for a health care system that empowers people to make their own health care decisions.