July 26, 2017 at 2:00 PM ET — Executive Web Briefing Exclusively For Members Of The OPEN MINDS Next Generation Forum On Children’s Services
As a strategy to improve outcomes, while containing the cost of services to vulnerable children, many states have moved away from “master contracts” and fee-for-service or per diem reimbursement by instituting systems of competitive bidding and value-based contracting that involve some form of shared risk by providers. These funding and service delivery models require a different set of financial and program design strategies and are tied to a set of required organizational competencies that may be significantly different from what children’s organizations have traditionally needed.
Join OPEN MINDS senior associate, Howard Shiffman and Douglas Fish, MD, Medical Director at the New York Department of Health on July 27, 2017 at 2:00pm ET for this informative web briefing on new contracting and funding mechanisms being used for children and families, and identifying key organizational competencies required to compete in this new environment. Our faculty will also explore the skill sets and investments needed for children’s providers to thrive in a performance-based environment.
During this 60-minute web briefing, you will:
- Learn about the new funding mechanisms being utilized by NY for children and families to achieve the goals of improved service, client satisfaction, and cost containment
- From a payer’s perspective, identify the new financial and programmatic skill sets that are necessary to succeed in a performance-based contracting environment
- Identify potential organizational investments and changes that need to be made to achieve success in a competitive, performance-based market
- Learn about the key requirements often sought by payers to win a request for proposals (RFP) response for a risk sharing contract
- Ask questions to a payer to assist you in better understanding concepts regarding risk-based contracts
This web briefing is an exclusive event for members of The Next Generation Forum On Children’s Services. If you are not a member and would like more information on The OPEN MINDS Next Generation Forum On Children’s Services and how to become a member, please contact Wyatt Delaney at OPEN MINDS at firstname.lastname@example.org.