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Series of sessions at Health Datapalooza, sponsored by The Department of Health and Human Service (HHS), the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and RowdMap, Inc. dedicated to health plans, government payers and providers in risk arrangements and using public data to succeed in the transition from Fee for Service (FFS) to value based care.
OWNING RISK IS TOUGH, BUT IT’S WHERE THE ACTION’S AT
Once upon a time plans had large group commercial populations with years of consistency and providers simply delivered services for a fee. But government programs like Medicare Advantage, Marketplace / Exchange and Medicaid, have populations changing every year, or even every month and providers managing a population's health over time.
Changing populations and dynamic payment models may make it tough to predict and achieve member outcomes in a financially sustainable way precisely when providers are getting in the game to take on risk.
Public health data are providing solid case studies of achieving member health and happiness with sustainable financial models for all players in this new game.
If you are managing risk, considering taking on risk, or investing in or providing products or services to anyone bearing risk, camp out in these sessions to learn how to use public data and internal resources to:
Effectively leverage analytic approaches to manage risk
Accurately assess risks and project costs
Effectively align providers and incentivize care delivery
7 sessions dedicated to the value public data brings payers and risk owners by:
1. Optimizing Population Health and Containing Costs
2. Designing and Curating a Pay-for-Value Ready Network
3. Facilitating Payer and Provider Partnerships for New Care Delivery
4. Coordinating Care and Sharing Risk between Health Plans, States and CMS
5. Projecting and Managing Costs, Risk and Disease Burden
6. Aligning Strategy and Delivery with Member Outcomes and Experience
7. Transforming Delivery Systems, Measurement and Payment Models