This session explores an overview of the reimbursement constraints facing providers. Discuss how will reimbursement evolve to reduce costs - and how can providers prepare for shrinking dollars over the next 5-10 years.
As CMS continues to promote alternative payment models and reward providers based on outcomes, value-based programs and reimbursement models are here to stay. This panel discusses success stories of providers and payers who have adopted value-based programs and are realizing success.
Learn how CHI St. Gabriel’s used a team-based approach to combat the opioid crisis in rural Minnesota. By using a nurse and social worker, this dedicated team works closely with community organizations and law enforcement to gain additional insight into patients in efforts to keep their community safe and healthy. Their team-based program has substantially reduced narcotic prescribing and diversion, and resulted in the successful launch of Project ECHO.
Learn about milestones occurring in behavioral health and how these changes are disrupting traditional models with respect to access to care, disruptive research, and operational changes.
The 2018 Health Care Conference keynote session features Kennedy’s and Price’s perspectives on important policy issues following the election that relate to health care, health care funding, prescription drug pricing, CMS’ value-based payment models, and the potential impact of Texas v. US.
Panel discusses how technology is innovating, disrupting, and improving health care. Tech health care disrupters discuss operating and changing the delivery model. How to not only survive, but thrive, in the current dysfunctional state of health care from the perspective of patient health, access, treatment, or interactions to the system.
Understand how major health care stakeholders are becoming critical partners in the health care tech ecosystem and the value they perceive from tech innovations and investments.
Following the panel on Tech Innovation and Disruption in the Health Care Ecosystem, this panel will share insights on how these new transformative digital and health care tech companies are securing funding - and what it’s like to be in on the deal making from the inside. (Both in trying to secure funding as well as from the investor’s perspective).
During his sophomore year at Princeton, BJ Miller ’93 was horsing around with friends after leaving a party. He climbed on top of the parked Dinky shuttle train, and 11,000 volts arced from the power line through the watch on his left hand, running through his body. He was severely burned and nearly died. The accident resulted in the loss of his legs below the knee and his left forearm. Today Miller is a palliative-care doctor, working to ease patients’ physical and emotional suffering at their most vulnerable point in life — something for which he’s eminently qualified. Dr. Miller discusses how health care is in need of redesign and transformation, to be patient-centric.
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