Wednesday, May 6, 2015

The Road Map to Value Based Reimbursement and Accountable Care Organizations





There are a number of organizations that are transitioning to value based reimbursements, and organizing an accountable care organization..  Yet, the majority of providers are scratching their heads. We will depend largely upon 'experts' to make this conversion. 

Providers have been using volume based procedure codes since the beginning of time. No longer do physicians mail out a statement to a patient without some type of cpt code and an icd number.  Providers all operate in their own silo of codes relevant to their specialty. Openness and transparency thus far have been  non-existent from the powers that rule from above.


On Thursday, May 21, eHealth Initiative will convene a private meeting with executives focused on developing innovative partnerships to deliver high quality, value-based care. Because of your reputation as a thought leader, you were selected to participate in this event. This invitation-only meeting will include approximately fifteen C-level executives who will discuss their experiences in reaching beyond their own organizations as they partner to deliver value-based care on Thursday, May 21, 2015 from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm ET in Washington, DC.

Medical Home Models, and Accountable Care

Guided by a moderator, participants will learn from pioneers in accountable care and medical home models and discuss the key success factors and parameters that have allowed these new models to flourish. The discussion will inform development of a report on the value of collaboration in support of value-based care. We expect robust discussion and debate at this meeting. I believe you will take away actionable ideas that will add value to your own work.

eHealth Initiative is a non-partisan, non-profit, multi-stakeholder organization comprised of over 200 healthcare organizations committed to improving the quality, safety, and efficiency of health. eHealth Initiative is partnering with Philips on this unique initiative to conduct a series of exclusive in-person executive discussions on healthcare innovation and technology. This will be the first of a series of meetings.

This roundtable discussion will convene approximately twenty CIOs, CMIOs, CEOs, and clinical executives to discuss their experiences in reaching beyond their own organizations as they partner with others to deliver value-based care. Guided by a moderator, participants will learn from pioneers in accountable care and medical home models and discuss the key success factors and parameters that have allowed these new models to flourish. The roundtable discussion will inform development of a report on the value of collaboration in support of value-based care.
Your participation in this event is invaluable, and we hope that you or an appropriate colleague will be able to join us. 

Please confirm your attendance by rsvping online or replying by email byMonday, May 11.  If you have any questions, please contact Alex Kontur atalex.kontur@ehidc.org.



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