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August 21, 2018 | 1:00 pm Eastern
Free Executive Web Briefing Courtesy of Netsmart

How can providers and payers jointly develop value-based reimbursement (VBR) initiatives that are truly a win-win? Collaboration occurs when two or more work together for a common purpose. How often is that really true in a VBR world? Payers, are you limiting your focus to easy-to-access claims-based measures? Are you including the added value of social determinants of health that can improve the selection of interventions that can result in real improvements? Providers, are you tired of the experience being thrust upon you in the name of payment reform but little true rewards for your consumers and your bottom line?

This 90-minute webinar will guide both payers and providers in how to achieve the Triple Aim and overcome some of the common barriers in earning the anticipated rewards through a successful value-based program. Understand how social determinants of health can help pinpoint interventions that will “move the needle” on consumer outcome improvement. Learn how technology supports can extend your program outside of the traditional tools and result in a win-win-win for payers, providers and consumers.


Agenda

During this 90-minute executive web briefing, attendees will gain an understanding of:

  • How social determinants of health can best inform value-based reimbursement success
  • How technology supports can facilitate value-based reimbursement achievement
  • Lessons learned and best practices in payer/provider value-based reimbursement collaborations, including how to overcome some of the common barriers to success in achieving the intended payer, provider and consumer rewards
  • Two relevant case study examples (one Intellectual & Development Disabilities and one Behavioral Health) that illustrate “best practice” provider/payer collaboration

Featured Speakers

Kevin Scalia, Executive Vice President Corporate Development, Netsmart

  • Executive Vice President of Corporate Development for Netsmart, a cause-connected provider of knowledge and technology that helps health and human services providers deliver outcomes-focused services and care to more than 25 million persons nationwide.
  • Has executive management responsibility for strategic planning, mergers and acquisitions, and business development. Also manages strategic relationships and new business opportunities, and is responsible for developing alliances with key industry associations.
  • Plays a significant leadership role in legislative policy initiatives, including working to extend full eligibility to behavioral health providers for Medicaid and Medicare incentive funds for the Meaningful Use of Electronic Health Records.
  • A founding member of the Long Island Software and Technology Network and a member of the College of Engineering Advisory Board, State University of New York at Stony Brook.

Deb Adler, Senior Associate, OPEN MINDS

  • Senior Associate with OPEN MINDS Consulting Practice focusing on collaborative care models/medical behavioral integration, provider network functions — contracting, network designs/tiering, recruitment, telehealth network implementation, and strategic planning.
  • Works with provider organizations, payers, and government programs, and has a special interest in helping technology-enabled providers in “go-to-market” strategies and streamlining network functions.
  • Industry-recognized leader in value-based contracting and alternative payment models.
  • An innovator known for her ability to execute results, she has facilitated network designs and benefit plan approaches that achieve both quality outcomes and health care cost savings.

Registration for this executive web briefing has been provided at no charge courtesy of Netsmart.
Unable to attend? Still register! At the conclusion of the event, all registrants will receive a recorded copy of the executive web briefing and presentation slides.

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Netsmart designs, builds and delivers electronic health records (EHRs), solutions and services that are powerful, intuitive and easy-to-use. Our platform provides accurate, up-to-date information which is easily accessible to care team members in behavioral health, care at home, senior living and social services. We make the complex simple and personalized so our clients can concentrate on what they do best: provide much needed services and treatment that support whole-person care.

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