HIMSS17 TOOK PLACE IN ORLANDO, FL

Evolving Stakeholder Collaboration in Population Health

February 21, 2017 — 10:00AM EST - 11:00AM EST
Orange County Convention Center
Room: W207C
Session ID: 
79
Continuing Education Credits: 
CME
1.00
CNE
1.00
ACPE
1.00
CAHIMS
1.00
CPHIMS
1.00
ACHE
1.00

Description

Today’s healthcare environment is intently focused on accountability and the responsibility of all payers and providers of care to measurably demonstrate value. Value-based care drives the industry to take a more proactive and personalized care approach- managing populations one patient at a time. Yet organizations struggle to achieve the right mix of technology and process tools that simultaneously identify the key revenue and cost drivers, while providing insight at an individual patient level. Insight that causally promotes better outcomes and creates more value for each healthcare dollar. In this session, the presenters will discuss an emerging model for population health management that brings doctors, hospitals, health plans and patients together, within a care process and technology framework, to deliver on the promise of value. Connectivity, “Apps”, social networks and easy sharing of “content” are all ubiquitous in the rest of our life activities. Why not healthcare?

Learning Objectives: 

  • Using real-life examples of an emerging view on population health, demonstrate how leveraging advanced clinical care models, technology and enablement systems, risk management analytics and targeted capital investment, improves health outcomes for individual members while tightly managing costs
  • Describe a model for healthcare delivery that is highly scalable and sustainable, minimizes disruption, and fosters collaboration among hospitals, physician groups and health plans
  • Discuss examples of how the voices of all stakeholders, including the patients’, can be orchestrated using existing systems and available standards to maximize collaboration and optimize current IT investments
  • Illustrate the fundamental differences between reactive and proactive health management and how the implementation of a proactive model in conjunction with care coordination can increase the overall care quality for managed populations
  • Describe how shared decision making can be enabled across the continuum of care, and demonstrate how the patient voice can be integrated into the care delivery design and process

Audience: 

C-Suite
Payers
Physician, CMO, CMIO

Level: 

Intermediate

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