Radical Care Transformation with Social Determinant Data
4:30pm - 5:30pmThursday, March 8
Las Vegas - Venetian Convention Center
Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic (YVFWC) is the largest community-based health center in the Pacific Northwest, with 34 clinics in Washington and Oregon serving 139,369 patients. One Oregon clinic, aptly dubbed “Radical Rosewood”, has used payment reform as an opportunity to radically re-envision the way care is delivered to a low-income, high-need population, transforming its culture, physical spaces, workflows, and use of information technology.
YVFWC’s pilot program aims to transform care by addressing the real barriers of health, advancing true team based care, leveraging technology for more convenient care, transforming the day-to-day model of care, and demonstrating value. With a pragmatic approach to capturing and analyzing social determinant of health data, Rosewood is building a system to address the true drivers of clinical outcomes for a challenging population – while increasing its surplus under a risk-based Medicaid contract and achieving incentive payments.