Session ID: 
140

Data-Driven Clinical Transformation in an Unhealthy Region

1:00pm - 2:00pm Wednesday, February 13
Orlando - Orange County Convention Center
W206A

Description

Value-based care can be a daunting change. It’s particularly true in the Southeast, ranked the least healthy U.S. area (1). Building on a partnership with a large Louisiana-based health plan, COSEHC leads a large practice transformation network, serving over two million people through 703 practice sites and 4,599 clinicians. (2) Leveraging actionable information, evidence-based guidelines and training, its PTN has become a CMS top performer. It shares challenges and successes in meeting or exceeding most chronic disease targets and saving millions by transforming patient- and family-centered care; data-driven quality improvement; and creating sustainable business operations. 1. The Conversation, February 5, 2018, Jay Maddock, Dean and Professor of Public Health, Texas A&M University. https://theconversation.com/5-charts-show-why-the-south-is-the-least-healthy-region-in-the-us-89729 2. Consortium for Southeastern Hypertension Control, QualityImpact Practice Transformation Network, 2018

Learning Objectives: 

  • Identify challenges and opportunities in transitioning from fee-for-service to fee-for-value for providers serving high-risk populations
  • Illustrate methods used to facilitate transformation in large and fragmented provider networks, including provider and patient engagement across large, unhealthy regional populations
  • List tools, partnerships and processes used to achieve clinical transformation
  • Describe outcome improvements which have surpassed goals to date: improving population health, reducing costs and transitioning participating practices to value-based care models
  • Recognize barriers to provider adoption, alignment and active participation across one of the nation’s largest CMS practice transformation networks

Speaker(s): 

COSEHC Executive Director, and Project Director, COSEHC QualityImpact Practice Transformation Network,
Consortium for Southeastern Hypertension Control (COSEHC)

Audience: 

Chief Quality, Chief Clin Transformation Officer
CMIO/CMIO
CNIO/CNO

Level: 

Intermediate