The Future of Payment Reform: Delivering Value, Managing Risk in Medicare and Medicaid
+ Fairmont Chicago Millennium Park
1 to 5pm
About the Pre-Conference
With Medicare, state Medicaid agencies, managed care organizations, and commercial insurers increasingly adopting value-based payment (VBP) models, HMA’s Pre-Conference Workshop will provide an overview of a range of innovative and successful approaches to value-based care. Key topics will include alternative payment models and value-based contracting, care coordination and clinician engagement, tools necessary for providers and payers, and behavioral health adoption of value-based care.
The workshop is designed for payers and providers interested or involved in VBP that want to:
Obtain insights for transforming the care delivery model to efficiently deliver optimal patient and population level health outcomes, while successfully managing costs
Ensure quality is the primary goal of VBP program design and implementation
Develop payment models that align the incentives of payers and providers
Integrate physical and behavioral healthcare and social determinants of health
Successfully transition from fee-for-service to value-based payments, which requires competence in change management, analytics, network engagement, and IT infrastructure, all while simultaneously improving the patient experience
Quantify, manage, and monitor health insurance risk
Model risk tolerance, assess readiness, and understand the data needed to improve outcomes, and the steps necessary to transform their organization to succeed in value-based care
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Payers, providers, regulators, and other healthcare organizations interested in VBP.
Alternative Payment Models and Value-Based Contracting:
Speakers will provide insights on determining readiness across seven key building blocks for moving to VBP, as well as discuss how to achieve continuous improvement across healthcare organizations.
Care Coordination and Clinician Engagement:
Tools Necessary for Providers and Payers:
Speakers will discuss the types of tools and actuarial expertise needed to succeed in value-based arrangements, including key areas such as financial projections, reserves, total cost of care analysis, and benchmarking.
Behavioral Health Adoption of Value-Based Care:
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Transfers, Cancellations and Refunds Policy
Registrants may transfer their registration to another person at any time by notifying Anjelica Torcivia (email@example.com) in writing. Cancellations must be made in writing to Lindsey Beck (firstname.lastname@example.org). Refunds minus a 20% service charge are available for cancellations received in writing 45 days or more prior to the start of the conference. No refunds are available thereafter. HMA will follow state/local guidelines on vaccination and indoor masking requirements. Vaccinations and boosting are strongly encouraged to ensure optimal protection of attendees and their loved ones.