We spend a lot of time reviewing what our 180,000+ members are reading. And for 2017, it is no surprise that strategy, performance metrics, and performance improvement are top of mind. The most-read resources in our library were focused on changing health plan performance measures, performance improvement, cost reduction, and sustainability. In case you missed them, this is our most-read resource list for 2017.
In this presentation from The 2017 OPEN MINDS Performance Management Institute was given by Brian Wheelan, Chief Strategy Officer and Executive Vice President, Beacon Health Options. It discusses the changing health and human service market – and their effect on current health and human service safety net provider organizations.
This white paper discusses pharmacies integrated with community mental health centers, and the effect the model has on medication adherence. Studies have consistently shown a correlation between increased medication adherence and decreased hospitalizations.
On January 1, 2017, 18 California counties launched Medicaid Whole Person Care (WPC) pilot projects to provide comprehensive, coordinated physical and behavioral health and social services to beneficiaries with higher than average use of health care resources. The county pilots target beneficiaries who are high-risk and/or high utilizers, including those released from institutions or incarceration.
This 2017 OPEN MINDS Performance Management Institute Survey provides a look at where health and human services organizations are in the move to value-based purchasing. The survey includes information on the number of organizations with non-governmental private contracts, the number of organizations with value-based purchasing arrangements.
In this recording, OPEN MINDS senior associate, Howard Shiffman and Joseph M. Costa, chief executive officer of Hillsides, present a case study web briefing on rethinking expectations for Board member roles, recruitment, and development strategies to create a supportive Board that understands the changing organizational needs to remain responsive and sustainable.
In this closing keynote from The 2017 OPEN MINDS Management Best Practices Institute, OPEN MINDS Chief Executive Officer Monica E. Oss discussed industry challenges and how executives can prepare their organizations to be sustainable in a changing complex market.
This white paper outlines four strategies to effectively address challenges around complex care and the super-utilizer population by investing in an mHealth solution. The right solution can deliver contextual content and interventions with the ability to collect data, facilitate communication, and measure outcomes to enable care refinement.
On December 21, 2016, the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) released this report about an eight-state selection for a new two-year demonstration program for Medicaid reimbursement related to behavioral health treatment, services, and supports.
The OPEN MINDS 2017 Executive Compensation and Retention Survey examines the health and human services market providing the specific data needed to develop a succession and retention plan relevant to today’s job market.
On October 25, 2017, Monica E. Oss gave this keynote presentation on the key market disruptors effecting the behavioral health market at the mcha conference. The presentation covers the technology, competition, and financing models that are forcing behavioral health organizations to change their strategy in order to remain sustainable.
Many states are making the shift to managed care financing models for Medicaid long-term support services (LTSS). This shift is driven by trends in spending patterns for consumers with multiple chronic conditions and disabilities. For these consumers, spending is high and outcomes are poor – and moving to “managed models” is one approach to addressing these issues.
In this keynote session was delivered by Martha R. Temple, Senior Vice President, Behavioral Health Services, Optum. As the move towards value-based reimbursement becomes a reality in the health and human service market, there is a growing need for more mature and integrated relationships between health plans and provider organizations.
In this closing keynote session, OPEN MINDS CEO Monica E. Oss exploreed the strategic role that technology will play in the health and human service market over the next five years and discuss how specialist organizations can leverage technology to gain the competitive advantage in the emerging market.
This presentation was delivered by Mario San Bartolomé, M.D., M.B.A., M.R.O., FASAM, National Medical Director, Substance Use Disorders, Molina Healthcare, Inc. on August 16, 2017, at The 2017 OPEN MINDS Management Best Practices Institute. In the presentation, Dr. Bartolomé discussed how Molina is addressing system complexity through new care coordination models, and what they are looking for from provider organization partners in the future.
In this opening keynote, Andrew Wright, Otsuka’s Vice President, Digital Medicine, will provide an update on the current wearable technologies landscape – and their potential to ‘reinvent’ the delivery of health services.