The Physician Executive’s Role in Value-Based Transformation

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The transition to value-based care models has been halting and filled with uncertainty, leaving healthcare executives trying to navigate a shifting, hybrid-payment world. Creating a patient-centric population health model requires focusing on the needs of the individual—and not just acute and post-acute needs, but also wellness and social determinants.

Much of the responsibility for creating comprehensive organizational structures and processes for improving outcomes falls to physician executives. The current mix of volume- and performance-based incentives demands creative leadership, a 360-degree view of patient populations and their individual members, and real-time collaboration and communication for everyone involved in the care process.

In this executive roundtable, our panel discusses essential strategies, tools, and tactics for physician executives tasked with creating truly accountable healthcare.