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Value-Based Relationships & Reimbursement: How can Industry Collaborate to Speed the Move to Value?

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Value-based Payment (and Value-based Care Reform) has ranked among HCEG’s Top 10 list of challenges, issues, and opportunities each of the last 10 years that HCEG’s Top 10 list has been published; a clear indication healthcare leaders realize that the move to payment for outcomes (value) vs. volume (FFS) is inevitable. It’s clear that value-based relationships & reimbursement is important to health plans, health systems and provider organizations. But year after year, shared-risk, value-based healthcare appears to be just around the corner. Why so slow? How can healthcare leaders championing the transformation of America’s healthcare system finally begin to realize the value of value-based payment?

In fact, the majority of respondents to the 2019 Industry Pulse Research Survey indicate that value-based relationships including both upside and downside shared risk still appears to be three to five years off.2019 Industry Pulse Survey value-based payment

If what’s apparently widely thought, then why is the move by health plans, health systems, and healthcare providers to value-based reimbursement perpetually stuck at being three to five years away from adopting shared-risk value-based contracts?

Join Us at Hotel Commonwealth for our Complimentary Executive Leadership Roundtable – Breakfast is Included

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On Wednesday, September 11th, the HealthCare Executive Group is presenting a special Executive Leadership Roundtable as part of their 31st Annual Forum. This interactive roundtable event open to everyone who’s in Boston on September 11th – there’s no charge to join other healthcare leaders from across the country to learn about value-based care and meet others facing similar challenges. To be clear, this special ELR event is open to everyone.

Participants of this special ELR will benefit from:

  • Interactive discussion between attendees and speakers on what the movement to value means
  • Learning about the top challenges and opportunities in transitioning from payment for volume
  • Why healthcare organizations are hesitant to provide value-based care and thoughts on overcoming them
  • Understanding realistic next steps healthcare leaders can take to make real progress in the move to value
  • Recent successes in new payment models and lessons-learned
  • A look at cross-industry partnerships in the movement to value-based care reimbursement

This will be a rare opportunity for Healthcare Champions who gather in Boston on September 11th to learn more about value-based payment and care opportunities and to interact with speakers and other participants on a meaningful basis.

The $64,000 Question (Or the $64B+ Question?) – Always 3 to 5 Years Away

Why is the move by health plans, health systems, and healthcare providers to value-based reimbursement perpetually stuck at being three to five years away from adopting shared-risk value-based contracts?

To learn how to advance value-based care, join us at the Hotel Commonwealth for our September Executive Leadership Roundtable event -Value-Based Relationships & Reimbursement: How can Industry Collaborate to Speed the Move to Value? -and learn from the following session leaders and ELR participants:

Panelists Sharing Insight on Value-Based Relationships & Reimbursement

Moderator: David Di Loreto, MD – Principle – Sg2

Panelists:

Join Others to Learn About Value-based Care in Boston on September 11, 2019

Be a part of this unique, no-cost learning and networking opportunity on the last day of the HealthCare Executive Group’s 31st Annual Forum. Breakfast is included and registration is required.

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How Total Consumer Health is Impacted by Technology and the Human Touch

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healthcare executive group hceg medica healthedge total consumer health MACRA MIPS APM social determinants of health“Total Consumer Health” means improving ones overall medical, social, financial, and environmental well-being and was identified by HCEG members as the second item on the 2017 HCEG Top 10 list of priorities, challenges and opportunities facing healthcare executives.

Leveraging Medical, Social and Other Data

As value-based care continues to impact the provision of key healthcare services, health plans and providers are seeing an urgent need for improved collaboration centering on the individual member. Total consumer health increasingly relies on innovative technology systems to incorporate data based on life issues and social determinants of health. Providers and care givers must assess, capture and integrate key information that goes beyond mere observation.

By leveraging a mix of actionable data insights and on-the-ground support, health plans are in position to integrate critical technology with a high touch and hyper local approach to care coordination. Total consumer health outcomes are improved when key social determinants are combined with important medical information.

Learn more on Wednesday, April 19th at 2:00pm EDT

 

Join Dr. Alan Spiro, MD, MBA, Chief Medical Officer at Medica, and Harry Merkin, Vice President of Marketing at HealthEdge to learn:value based care total consumer health social determinants of health

  • The appropriate balance between high and low tech options for care coordination
  • How to incorporate innovative tools and methods to address social determinants of health and other factors
  • Real-world examples of innovative collaborative arrangements that are making a positive impact on outcomes

Presenters

Dr. Alan Spiro, MD, MBA – Chief Medical Officer, Medica

As Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Spiro has overall responsibility for the work of Medica’s Health Management segment. This includes working with Medica’s provider partners to develop new models of collaboration aimed at improving quality, patient experience and value. It also includes working with Health Management staff and leaders from other Medica segments to build on the work currently underway to improve the quality and cost of health care.  Follow Medica on Twitter.

Harry Merkin – Vice President, Marketing, HealthEdge

Harry Merkin is a senior marketing executive and is responsible for the company’s demand generation programs, strategic partnerships, product marketing and thought leadership initiatives. He also frequently represents HealthEdge as a speaker at industry conferences and events. Harry has collaborated with many transformative entities across the healthcare landscape including both payers and providers. Follow HealthEdge on Twitter.