Aligning Incentives for Patient Engagement Revisited

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Ben Moulton, JD, MPH, and Michael J. Barry, MD, revisit the Aligning Incentives meeting held last May and discuss seven essential ways for widespread implementation of shared decision making.

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Aligning Incentives for Patient Engagement Revisited

  1. 1. # S D M m o n t h Aligning Incentives for Patient Engagement Revisited
  2. 2. Why Aligning Incentives? Ben Moulton, JD, MPH Senior Legal and Health Policy Advisor March 24, 2014
  3. 3. The Problem • Misaligned incentives in health care create challenges for implementing routine practice of shared decision making -- leads to a lack of patient and family engagement #SDMmonth
  4. 4. Working Toward A Solution • Aligning Incentives for Patient Engagement stakeholder meeting May 23 and 24, 2013 • 80+ stakeholders (diverse group) • Patient advocates, payers, providers, researchers and policy makers • Question: How do we better align incentives to foster widespread implementation of SDM? #SDMmonth
  5. 5. Taking Action • Meeting attendees identified seven essential levers which could either enable or impede the successful implementation of SDM • White Paper • http://bit.ly/1fUi9nr • Developed a call-to-action roadmap toward sustainable models of SDM • TheAligning Incentives Statement • http://bit.ly/1ps4cT3 #SDMmonth
  6. 6. Today’s Experts Michael J. Barry, MD Informed Medical Decisions Foundation Dominick L. Frosch, PhD Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Kathy Norman WindingWaters Clinic #SDMmonth
  7. 7. F o r W i d e s p r e a d I m p l e m e n t a t i o n o f S D M The Seven Essential Levers Michael Barry, MD President March 24, 2014
  8. 8. Seven Essential Levers • Organizational culture • Provider training • Delivery and information system design • Reimbursement model • Insurance benefit design • Patient decision aids • Measurement and feedback #SDMmonth
  9. 9. Organizational Culture • A SDM supportive culture is prerequisite for widespread implementation • Acknowledge that SDM holds value for all stakeholders: patients, families, care providers, health care organizations, and payors. #SDMmonth
  10. 10. Provider Training • Enables providers to better understand and value the process and embrace their role in engaging patients #SDMmonth
  11. 11. Delivery and Information System Design • Develop a SDM delivery system that “makes the right thing easy to do” • Implement a team-based approach to SDM that involves all members of the care team #SDMmonth
  12. 12. Reimbursement Model • New delivery models such as ACOs and PCMHs may be effective in accelerating adoption of SDM • Consider possible benefits of bundled payment models which may bridge to ACO contracting #SDMmonth
  13. 13. Insurance Benefit Design • Increase in cost sharing or raising deductibles can drive patients away from the care they need • Consider incentives for patients who participate in SDM • Identify high value preventative care and reduce costs to make them more accessible #SDMmonth
  14. 14. Patient Decision Aids • High-quality decision aids are crucial for widespread adoption of SDM • Consider alternative channels for distribution of DAs to increase accessibility • Continue to promote standards so DAs are free from bias and evidence based #SDMmonth
  15. 15. Measurement and Feedback • Measurement helps project teams evaluate the effectiveness of implementation • Measures can provide valuable information on patient preferences and decision quality #SDMmonth
  16. 16. Thank You! www.sdmmonth.org #SDMmonth

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