Value-based care or accountable care is a type of reimbursement in which health care professionals get rewarded for the quality of care they offer to patients. It is based on the principle of pay-for-performance rather than fee-for-service (found in traditional healthcare). A value-based care model depends upon individual factors like how patients are treated and how well health care providers can improve their quality of care (such as reducing hospital readmissions, improving preventative care). The advantage of a value-based healthcare system extends to patients, providers, payers, suppliers, and the whole society.
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Total Health USA 2023, taking place on November 7-8 in Chicago, Illinois, offers a glimpse into the healthcare future. It emphasizes a patient-centric, digitally empowered, collaborative, and value-driven healthcare model. While some pioneers are already on this path, the window of opportunity to transform healthcare operations is closing, urging organizations to embrace value-based care, expand partnerships, and implement cost-effective consumer-centric technologies.
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Esvyda empowers providers with value-based care solutions. Increasing reimbursement and revenue effortlessly, we enhance patient retention, health outcomes, and competition. Tailored remote healthcare …
Major health care players are ramping up investment in tools supporting VBC as a strategic play to capture more health care spending. CVS’ acquisition of Oak Street Health is one example of a visible …
In a rapidly evolving health care landscape, health insurance providers who want to remain competitive and win new business need to support value-based arrangements at every touchpoint in their ecosystem. Much of this success hinges on a provider’s ability to effectively leverage technology – through automation and insights – to get the right information to the appropriate stakeholders at the right time. In this webinar, speakers will discuss the role technology plays in value-based care automation and its impact on health plan performance, drawing from real life examples and key payer learnings.
Attendees Will Learn About
Key opportunities to align technology with changing value-based arrangements, regulations and requirements
Meaningful data and strategies that can be leveraged to efficiently evaluate quality measure performance
Specific examples of ways in which health insurance providers have successfully used powerful technology and automation to support value-based care
Value-based care is the future of healthcare and the shift away from fee-for-service is continuing at a steady pace. If your organization wants to give its patients a more worthwhile health care experience, a value-based care model is the solution. Hospitals and health systems are under increased scrutiny to minimize expenses, increase patient satisfaction and improve patient outcomes. Payers, providers and other healthcare stakeholders are looking for ways to engage with value-based purchasing and alternative payment models that link claims reimbursement to value, rather than volume.
Business Research Intelligence Network’s Value-Based Healthcare Congress features leading hospitals, health systems and payor organizations who will share best practices and practical information on how to position your organization to succeed in the transition from fee-for-service to value-based care. Participate in in discussions surrounding the broader landscape of value-based care, learn how to overcome the challenges associated with transitioning to outcomes-based care, and understand how to succeed under alternative payment models and improve financial and patient outcomes.
Healthcare is at a tipping point as it transitions to value-based care across government sponsored programs. In this new environment, fee-for-service mindsets and strategies won't work. Providers who attempt to address the new affiliated operational and financial challenges with fee-for-service methodologies will face internal friction among care teams and revenue leakage. Join this discussion where experts will discuss what's needed to succeed in the new healthcare paradigm.
Attendees will learn about the three layers to adaptive VBC transformation:
Incorporating data infused goals in contract design
Enhanced visibility into all VBC programs through real-time performance management
Shifting risk adjustment upstream prospectively and with automation
Join McDermott Health for our inaugural Value-Based Care Symposium where we’ll explore the most critical business and policy issues facing companies in the value-based care space. Dust your boots off and meet us in the epicenter of US healthcare to connect with and learn from the executives, operators and advisors leading the way in value-based care.
Join us for:
Invaluable networking opportunities with senior leaders from the healthcare providers, value-based conveners, health plans, digital health companies and vendors bringing value-based care to life
Substantive discussions focused on what's next from the c-suite and Washington, facing down 2023's fluctuating economic outlook and more
Forecasts and analyses on what it takes to execute value-based models, from government payment models and risk adjustment strategies to the enforcement landscape
Deep dives into digital health, health system innovation and clinical specialties in VBC models
Healthcare has never been static disruption and innovation are constants. The continual challenges and changes demand industry leaders exchange best practices and ideas to improve care, enhance operational efficiency and address financial challenges. Regardless of the changing climate, Becker's Healthcare is committed to facilitating these conversations. We'll discuss topics such as consumerism, the nursing workforce, value-based care, telehealth, physician burnout, payers, health equity and pharmacy costs. You will get a glimpse of the C-suite discussions happening at health systems across the country and leave with clear action items to improve your organization.
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Value-based care is rapidly evolving and changing the way health systems of all sizes and backgrounds approach healthcare delivery. As CMS continues to emphasize its goal of having every Medicare beneficiary in an accountable care plan by 2030, health systems should engage in value-based care programs today to remain competitive and viable in the future. Join this webinar to learn how leading health systems are leveraging an integrated value-based care system to improve quality, operational efficiencies and capture more savings in full risk-based arrangements. Presenters will discuss how providers can leverage the Medicare Shared Savings Program to build a sustainable foundation that strengthens and scales their overall value-based care infrastructure, improves care delivery for patients across the continuum, and better positions them to expand their value-based care work across lines of business.
Eligible studies reported various implementations of value-based healthcare initiatives. A qualitative approach was used to analyze their outcome measurements. Outcomes were classified according to a …
Utilizing clinical decision support technologies facilitates the transition to value-based healthcare (CDSS). Simulating the costs and results of providing value-based healthcare up to this point has …
Value-based healthcare is an approach to payment and delivery of care that is centered on measuring the actual outcomes achieved by a provider against a predetermined set of performance metrics, with incentives based on performance. As this shift has occurred, we are seeing increased patient access, reduced costs, better quality of care and improved coordination of services. This has the potential to significantly change how healthcare is delivered.
Business Research Intelligence Network’s Value-Based Healthcare Summit will return to the Austin Marriott Downtown in October 2022 to educate and inform attendees on the innovative opportunities that bundling payment models have created in healthcare. With sessions led by industry thought-leaders, and speakers who are familiar with practices and procedures that have been implemented to help prepare for changes in the industry, this summit will provide you with the necessary tools to ensure success when preparing or considering a pivot to bundle payment options.
The Value-Based Payment model for medical services is gradually replacing the traditional Fee-for-Service model for payers and healthcare organizations. Clinical documentation programs are being reinvented due to the ever-changing nature of the healthcare industry. Value-based purchasing and other reimbursement issues, such as patient safety indicators, audits, and hospital-acquired complications (HAC), are dependent upon reliable, accurate, and complete documentation. Join us as we discuss the value-based CDI trends that we are seeing in the market and review practical approaches to plan and equip your CDI teams for the changes ahead.
Today’s finance and revenue cycle leaders are focused on improving operating margins, implementing coding compliance programs, managing workforce challenges, and adapting to risk-based contractual arrangements. A healthy revenue cycle greatly contributes to a provider organization’s performance in a risk-based arrangement by increasing revenue opportunities and reducing costs. Through a case study, this session will share insights on taking a data-driven approach to improve revenue cycle operational performance in support of value-based contracts.
Most patients have their blood pressure taken during every doctor visit. Yet, this simple physiologic vital sign measurement is often performed incorrectly. Too often, the results are artificially elevated, which can lead to less-than-optimal clinical management for high-risk groups. In addition, there are significant financial consequences to poorly performed blood pressure management. This webinar will explore the cascading impact from inaccurate point-of-care blood pressure attainment and provide insight into simple corrective measures to achieve better clinical outcomes. Since healthcare reimbursements are moving more to a value-based model, the speakers will also explore the economic impact of accurate point-of-care BP measurement.
This 60-minute webinar will provide you with the knowledge to:
Identify the most common sources of error within blood pressure attainment and the degree to which they impact the accuracy of values
Discuss how improper blood pressure technique can lead to improper clinical management and drive poor performance on value-based care payment incentives
Describe best clinical practices for point-of-care blood pressure measurement and how implementation will improve outcomes and financial performance
As the only conference in the market that joins together payers and providers in the same setting, The RISE Value-Based Contracting Summit bridges the gap in the care continuum and reveals the roadmap to value-based health care delivery. Formerly known as The Payer / Provider Engagement & Contracting Summit, this event brings together mid- to senior-level professionals from health plans, health care providers, medical groups, Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), employer groups, and service providers, to uncover new strategies to align financial incentives, improve patient outcomes, and better navigate the value-based care space. We look forward to gathering together 100% live and in person in May 2022 at the Fairmont Chicago Millennium Park. Rest assured that RISE will have health and safety protocols in place to ensure a fantastic and safe conference experience for all.
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The Value-Based Health Care Prize seeks to recognize those projects that have adopted a fundamentally new line of thinking in creating value for patients in terms of real outcomes, real cost, real connections, one common language and are doctor-led initiatives. Next to the Prize, is the granting of the Community Award. The VBHC Community can bring out their vote for their favorite VBHC initiative online. Furthermore, all attendees at the VBHC Prize 2022 event also bring out their vote, to help decide who wins the Community Award. Voting is possible until the day before the event on May 10th, 2022 23:59 (+2 GMT). The VBHC Prize is a Prize that recognizes, supports and embraces initiatives that redefine health care. Each year, one excellent initiative is awarded the VBHC Prize, a prestigious award that boosts this initiative in many ways. This year, the VBHC Prize Event will take place on the 11th of May 2022.
Moving away from fee-for-service models to alternative payment models (APMs), the importance of transitioning to value-based care and understanding barriers are key to driving success in primary care practices. In this session, Aledade CEO and Founder Farzad Mostashari, MD, MPH, shares strategies to propel your practice to clinical and financial success with value-based care.
This 30-minute webinar will provide you with the knowledge to:
Recognize common barriers faced by primary care practices in the transition from fee-for-service to value-based care
Describe strategic solutions to overcome the most common barriers to value-based care
Identify ways to utilize value-based care to deliver short- and long-term benefits to your practice
Health plans and providers have invested mightily in value-based care capabilities over the last decade with a particular emphasis on primary care and reducing hospital admissions. Yet, even the most successful value-based care organizations will still have hospital admission rates of anywhere from 100 to 200 admits per thousand members. With 50% of Medicare spending happening in the acute episode of care that is initiated by that admission, a holistic approach to cost and quality must look beyond primary care interventions to the other major drivers of cost and quality.
Key Learning Points:
How a comprehensive value-based care strategy that extends into the acute episode of care can complement a primary care strategy
Sound’s lessons from managing $10 billion in at-risk spending
Five operational principles that create reproducible results
Sound’s perspective on the future of value-based care
This one-of-a-kind Congress brings together stakeholders from all walks of health care including manufacturers, provider organizations (both acute and post-acute), and payers (including the government, managed care, and commercial plans) to break down silos, coordinate efforts, and bend the cost curve.
Successful transformation towards value-based health care (VBHC) involves a change to the organizational culture. This must be done inclusively, with a reward system and outcome-based incentive model …
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During this webinar, key opinion leaders will share their insights into building and growing a successful and efficient ASC total joint program and how to incorporate value-based surgical technologies to provide cost-effective, quality care.
The status of a patient-provider relationship can clarify for value-based organizations which patients will benefit from enhanced care engagement tactics, quantifies the quality and cost impact of an improved relationship, and places the focus on the “whole-person”, and their overall experience with the healthcare delivery system.
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