In its 6th year, OVBC is now a unique ecosystem event in the orthopedic health industry. The conference remains loyal to its mission to break the silos by bringing together physicians, executives, nurses, and pharma leaders to solve the most pressing problems and to actualize the most promising value-based care opportunities in the musculoskeletal settings. This conference focuses on the operational, clinical, and financial aspects of the orthopedic practice.
At a time when the future musculoskeletal healthcare is evolving, we decided to devote one day of the meeting to discussions on the future of orthopedics. This new component will focus on the future of clinical care, business, innovation, and operational models. Together, these two conferences provide an amazing weekend experience in the beautiful settings of Newport Beach.
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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