Creating Healthy Incentives to Improve Integrated Care: Lessons Learned from Around the World
1:30pm - 2:30pmThursday, March 8
Las Vegas - Venetian Convention Center
Around the world, there are health systems with outdated payment models, regulations that may no longer be relevant, and counter-productive incentives that continue to create care gaps. As a result, patients experience poor care outcomes. While these challenges extend globally, each health system takes slightly different paths towards solving the many challenges and opportunities. With more similarities than differences across the healthcare ecosystem when overcoming obstacles to transform care delivery, Information and technology are critical, key enablers to achieving integrated care. By learning, interacting, and expanding one’s knowledge beyond the local political boundaries, health information and technology professionals can embrace one another to the cultural and governance changes that are pivotal to ensuring continuity across the patient’s journey.