At the Value-Based Care Virtual Briefing, healthcare leaders will convene to discuss how organizations can successfully navigate the newly invigorated value-based care landscape and achieve positive results for both their bottom line and the communities they serve. Attendees will include executives, care providers and other decision makers from hospitals, clinics, health systems, insurance companies and managed care organizations. From sitting on a panel to session sponsorship, we have a package that is right for your organization. As a sponsor, you receive exposure in all marketing and promotions and have the opportunity to exhibit thought leadership to an engaged audience of healthcare leaders.
Reducing costs, improving patient experience and outcomes, and enhancing clinician wellbeing are top priorities for today’s health systems. To achieve these objectives, leading organizations are adopting the value-based care model known as whole-person care. It incorporates proven approaches such as evidence-based conventional medicine, non-drug treatments (including complementary and alternative medicine), and self-care. Join this discussion to hear from clinicians and health system leaders who have successfully implemented this transformative model of care. Panelists will provide insight into how whole-person care powers outstanding outcomes, improved patient and clinician experience, and overall cost savings.
Join this webinar to:
Learn how whole-person care works and the evidence that shows how it can meet the quadruple aim
Review health system and clinic case studies that demonstrate cost savings and improved patient outcomes as a result of integrative, whole-person healthcare
Learn practical ways to implement a whole-person approach to care within your own health system or clinic
In value-based models of health care delivery, providers are financially rewarded or penalized based on the quality of care they provide to patients, typically measured by patient outcomes. The specifics of value-based care models can take several forms, but in many cases such as accountable care organizations (ACOs) they involve risk-sharing or shared savings arrangements between multiple payer and provider organizations. To achieve the goals of value-based care, all involved organizations must be able to effectively share and integrate data from multiple sources.
Join the HIMSS Interoperability & HIE Community as experts in this area discuss a recent study that aims to inform efforts to support and improve data integration to support value-based care. The findings are based on qualitative case study interviews with individuals across 21 organizations selected based on evidence of advanced data integration or value-based care. These stakeholder interviews focus on the current state of data integration, the uses of data integration in value-based care, and the barriers and facilitators for data integration.
The shift to value-based healthcare and reimbursement has greatly impacted the way healthcare is delivered and billed within hospitals and other healthcare providers. Transitioning from fee-for-service to value-based care has created several challenges as well as opportunities. Creating an optimal delivery of care system has been at the forefront of value-based healthcare. Providers are incentivized as well as penalized based on the quality of care that is administered. It will be critical for providers to effectively administer quality of care, as well as manage the cost shift when transition to value-based healthcare.
This conference will examine several strategies, models and case studies to understand how to best navigate the value-based healthcare system. Leading hospitals, health systems, healthcare providers and subject matter experts will present effective models to employ for a viable clinical and financial integrated value-based healthcare structure.
The No Surprises Act, fee schedule changes, and the rise of value-based care are making the historic value drivers in emergency medicine unsustainable and insufficient for success. Join Dr. Nathan Ruch, CEO of emergency medicine at Sound Physicians, on February 17th for his perspective on the following topics:
The shifting drivers of emergency medicine program affordability
Why historical capabilities in emergency medicine are no longer sufficient for success
How to manage performance in this new environment
Leveraging clinically integrated teams to drive results
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