The Health Rosetta is a blueprint for purchasing healthcare benefits sourced from purchasers and other experts. Think of it as a consolidation of lessons learned from real-life experiences allowing benefits purchasers around the country to improve the traditional method of purchasing benefits. Large and small. Rural and urban. Public and private. It’s an open source project that will continually evolve over time. It improves as more people contribute to its content and more organizations implement its components. As it improves, more solutions emerge. In order to drive systemic change to the American health care system, adopting practical, proven solutions needs to be manageable for benefits purchasers of all types.
The Health Rosetta is composed of various components that each represent a major area of best practices.