Reimbursement for Value-Based Care: Analytics Tools Can Help Providers Navigate Stormy Seas
April 12, 2016
In late 2015, HealthLeaders Media conducted a three question survey to its council, which is comprised of executives from healthcare organizations, on the importance of utilizing analytics tools to help with the reimbursement for value-based care.
This corresponding webcast discusses the data from that survey, analytics capabilities that will help providers in this complex reimbursement environment, and how to develop an IT platform to support those capabilities. Additionally, speakers discuss the challenges inherent in managing such a complex portfolio of contracts, including the importance of understanding total cost of care and strategies for prospective contract modeling.
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Identify the most essential IT investments for managing shared savings and full risk contracts even while continuing to deliver a significant percentage of care on a fee for service basis.
Discuss how to manage care across multiple reimbursement arrangements to achieve both consistent quality and optimal financial performance.
Discuss the best methods for gaining insight into both the total costs of care and the components of those costs, and for identifying ways that costs can be adjusted to improve financial performance without compromising care quality.
Managing Financial Performance: New Frameworks for Traditional Challenges
December 18, 2015
Download the free, on-demand version of this webcast that took place on December 16, 2015. Change is commonplace within the healthcare industry. Executives are faced with many of the traditional challenges of operating hospitals. Now emerging external factors like the HITECH Act (meaningful use), the Affordable Care Act and an aging U.S. population are pushing providers to change the frameworks in how they view and solve these traditional problems.
Download the free, on-demand version of this webcast that took place on December 8, 2015.
Leaders from Beaufort Memorial Hospital and Influence Health discuss the challenges providers face and the skills they must acquire to increase patient engagement. In the coming era of accountable care, providers will finally have something to gain by actively engaging patients in taking care of their health—and a lot to lose by not doing so. Increasingly, providers will receive a fixed sum to care for each patient attributed to them by payers, and they will be able to make an overall profit only by keeping those patients as healthy as possible.