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Preparing for Value-Based Healthcare

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Originally from Louisville, Kentucky, healthcare professional Curtis Warfield brings an extensive business background to his role as the President and Chief Executive Officer of Windham Advisors, a strategic advisory firm in the healthcare space. He was the former chief financial officer of HCA’s Managed Care Division (SPA). A University of Louisville graduate, Curtis Warfield has used his education to become a leading healthcare executive and to develop financial strategies for a number of healthcare companies.

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Preparing for Value-Based Healthcare

  1. 1. Curtis Warfield, Louisville
  2. 2.  Originally from Louisville, Kentucky, healthcare professional Curtis Warfield brings an extensive business background to his role as the President and Chief Executive Officer of Windham Advisors, a strategic advisory firm in the healthcare space. He was the former chief financial officer of HCA’s Managed Care Division (SPA). A University of Louisville graduate, Curtis Warfield has used his education to become a leading healthcare executive and to develop financial strategies for a number of healthcare companies. Offering high value for patients has become the goal of companies delivering healthcare services. Providers are preparing for a value-based system using three main strategies: 1. Adapting for value. This approach addresses the possible changes to the Affordable Care Act, sees patients as partners with pharmaceutical companies, and prepares for a value-based payment scale.
  3. 3.  2. Innovating for value. Preparing for and embracing new technologies, using innovative approaches to infectious disease prevention, and considering nutrition as an important aspect of patient health are elements of this strategy. 3. Building for value. This strategy involves managing drug prices, identifying new areas for collaboration, and educating medical students to function in a value-based healthcare system.

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