2021 Value-Based Healthcare Congress
November 8-9, 2021 * Aria Resort & Casino * Las Vegas, NV
2021 Value-Based Healthcare Congress
COVID-19 Advisory: BRI Network holds above all else, the health & safety of our attendees and their families. Currently this event is scheduled as an in-person event. We will however, continue to monitor and follow recommendations regarding capacity from CDC and other health agencies.
About the Conference
In an effort to improve healthcare quality and outcomes for both patients and healthcare professionals alike, we are seeing a dynamic shift to Value Based Healthcare. As we have seen that healthcare is an integral system, we have also seen the need for the standardization of healthcare processes and practices and the need for a proactive approach to healthcare. As we shift away from a traditional reactive model of healthcare, which strongly encompasses a fee for service approach, value-based healthcare focuses on improving patient outcomes, reducing overall healthcare costs, encouraging coordination with healthcare professionals, and enabling patients to have a better quality of life. As these methodologies are adapted, there is a need to understand how we can shift our current methodologies to encompass these processes.
Business Research Intelligence Network’s Value-Based Healthcare congress will have substantial and relevant dialogue surrounding healthcare's shift to a value based model led by industry thought-leaders, who are familiar and equipped to provide insight on the outlook of Value Based Care. Attendees will also have the opportunity to learn about practices and procedures that have been implemented to adhere to a Value Based model, and ways in which other health-care professionals and providers have achieved maximum efficiency with this model. This event provides an opportunity to connect with industry leaders and gain key-insights and educational content for senior-level executives.
Who Should Attend?
From Health Plans/Hospitals/Health Systems
- Medical Directors
- Care Coordination
- Nursing Officers
- Case Managers
- Population Health
- Medical Informatics
- Accountable Care
- Revenue Cycle
- Claims Management
- Member Services
- Public Relations
- Marketing Officers
- Managed Care
- Regulatory Affairs
- Hospital Finance
Also of interest to Vendors/Solution Providers/Consultants
Day One – Monday, November 8, 2021
7:15am - 8:00am
Conference Registration & Continental Breakfast
8:00am - 8:15am
8:15am - 9:00am
Value Based Healthcare - Needed More Than Ever
As we saw a global need for healthcare within the past year, preventive care became a popular topic of conversation. As we see that plans should be in place to combat issues before they arise. How will this transform the nature of Value-Based Healthcare, as well as the demand for it?
9:00am - 9:45am
Digital Support & Data-Driven Tools to Support Medical Professionals
While Value Based Healthcare gains more traction, ensuring that medical professionals are equipped with tools and capabilities to support this model is an enigma that is a work in progress. This presentation will focus on how data-driven insights can identify care gaps and clinical opportunities, monitor impact of new workflows and care models, and aid organizations in alleviating spending and utilization rates.
10:15am – 11:00am
Social determinants correlation with Value-Based Healthcare
An increasingly prominent issue within traditional health-care models, is the inability to address social determinants' impact on overall health. This session will explore how non-medical factors can impact health and ways in which value-based healthcare can utilize these considerations to enable efficient care.
Reducing Gaps with Home Health Care Providers and Agencies
As more home health care providers shift to a value-based system, stark disparities have been uncovered when it comes to quality and efficiency with both health care providers and agencies. As more home health, hospice and personal care providers shift to a Value Based Purchasing model, How can they overcome some of the roadblocks that may arise between large providers and smaller agencies?
11:45am – 12:30pm
Provider Alignment: How to Mitigate Pain Points
Defining optimal strategies to appropriately align providers and physicians can be a strenuous task. This presentation will focus on the interpolarity of ensuring providers and physicians are aligned to support health care system goals, overall satisfaction of patients, and create mutual success. We will also discuss steps that can aid in the reduction of pain points when pivoting to a value based model.
12:30pm – 1:30pm
Alternative Payment Options with Value Based Healthcare
Unlike traditional healthcare models that pay providers retrospectively with a fee-for-service approach, Value Based Healthcare works to compensate providers on patient outcomes. During this session, we will investigate alternative payment models such as Value-Based purchasing, Pay-for-Performance, and Bundles Payments.
2:15pm - 3:00pm: Value Based Insurance Designs & Employers
As health care benefit plans align their policies to closer adopt processes that resemble Value Based procedures, How can employers find a plan that is suitable for their team? What are key indicators to consider when purchasing plans and how can businesses ensure they are meeting the needs and expectations of their teams?
3:00pm – 3:30pm
Afternoon Networking Break
3:30pm-4:15pm: PANEL DISCUSSION
Reducing Provider Burn-Out in a Value Based Model
Despite improvements in the alleviation of provider burnout under a value-based model, it has not been completely eradicated, and key factors can enable burnout in physicians utilizing this model. This presentation will focus on practices that physicians can implement to reduce burdens that enable physician burn-out such as monotonous bureaucratic tasks, lack of support at a stake-holder level, and lack of patient cooperation.
5:00pm - 5:45pm: Declining Reimbursement Rates
With a shift to value-based reimbursement models, financial implications have followed suit. Many CFO’s and financial executives have expressed hesitation when adopting this model because of finite resources when it comes to their current financial planning and processing tools. This session will focus on adjustments to current financial strategies and how the shift to a value-based model can be achieved with strategic adjustments.
End of Day One
Day Two – Tuesday, November 9, 2021
7:15am: Morning Breakfast
8:00am - 8:10am: Recap of Day One
Ambulatory Services in a Value Based Model
Outpatient care and Value Based Models aim to diminish the burden of costs on providers and patients alike. How can ambulatory services adopt policies that align with a value based model, and how can they work to team with appropriate providers and agencies?
Increasing Engagement with Stakeholders
Stakeholders' perception of value-based models can differ based on what their perceived objectives are. Many stakeholders are concerned with bottom line initiatives that can be performed at the lowest cost possible while maintaining overall patient health. With value-based models being a newer approach, many stakeholders can tread lightly with adopting and backing this design. How can this model be beneficial to health-care’s overall bottom line, and how can relationships between physicians and stakeholders be nurtured to find commonality within these initiatives?
Value Based Models in New Marketplaces
As more practices take on the Value Based Model, what opportunities are available to integrate this model in new marketplaces? What value can be encouraged to emphasize a shift to this model in new marketplaces?
Ensuring Quality and Efficiency
This presentation will explore how physicians and agencies can collaboratively work to ensure quality and efficiency surrounding patient care in a Value Based Model. It will also explore Key Performance Indicators and quality measurements that are considered when defining this success.
Use of AI and Machine Based Learning
AI and Machine based learning tools can be an immense aid in Value Based Care. How can physicians and agencies leverage these tools to assist in patient decision making, and how can this contribute to gathering conclusive treatments for care needs and best healthcare practices?
Patient Participation in a Value Based Model
Ensuring patient participation in a Value Based Model is imperative to ensuring overall health outcomes are positive. This discussion will investigate how positive preventive care is indicative of patient involvement and ways in which providers can encourage participation with patients.
Aria Resort & Casino
3730 Las Vegas Blvd. South
Las Vegas, NV 89158
Sponsors and Exhibitors
Are there group discounts available?
- Yes – Register a group of 3 or more at the same time and receive an additional 10% off the registration fee
Are there discounts for Non-Profit/Government Organizations?
- Yes – please call us at 800-743-8490 for special pricing
What is the cancellation policy?
- Cancellations from vendors received 4 weeks prior to the event will receive a refund minus the administration fee of $225. Cancellation received less than 4 weeks prior to the event will receive a credit to a future event valid for one year. There is no fee for Hospitals/Health Systems to cancel.
Can the registration be transferred to a colleague?
- Yes – please email us in writing at firstname.lastname@example.org with the colleague’s name and title
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