2022 Value-Based Healthcare Summit

October 27-28, 2022 * Austin Marriott Downtown * Austin, TX

2022 Value-Based Healthcare Summit

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About the Conference:

Value-based healthcare is an approach to payment and delivery of care that is centered on measuring the actual outcomes achieved by a provider against a predetermined set of performance metrics, with incentives based on performance. As this shift has occurred, we are seeing increased patient access, reduced costs, better quality of care and improved coordination of services. This has the potential to significantly change how healthcare is delivered.

Business Research Intelligence Network’s Value-Based Healthcare Summit will return to the Austin Marriott Downtown in October 2022 to educate and inform attendees on the innovative opportunities that bundling payment models have created in healthcare. With sessions led by industry thought-leaders, and speakers who are familiar with practices and procedures that have been implemented to help prepare for changes in the industry, this summit will provide you with the necessary tools to ensure success when preparing or considering a pivot to bundle payment options.

 

Who Should Attend?

From Health Plans/Hospitals/Health Systems

  • Medical Directors
  • CFO’s/CEO’s
  • Care Coordination
  • Nursing Officers
  • Case Managers
  • Population Health
  • Medical Informatics
  • Accountable Care
  • Revenue Cycle
  • Auditing
  • Reimbursement
  • Contracting
  • Claims Management
  • Analytics
  • Member Services
  • Public Relations
  • Marketing Officers
  • Wellness
  • Compliance
  • Quality
  • Innovation
  • Managed Care
  • Operations
  • Finance
  • Regulatory Affairs
  • Hospital Finance

Also of interest to Vendors/Solution Providers/Consultants

Conference Agenda

Day One - Thursday, October 27, 2022

7:15am - 8:00am

Conference Registration

 

8:00am - 8:15am

Opening Remarks

 

8:15am - 9:00am

Date-Driven Value-Based Care

Providing value-based care is the future but the transition won’t happen overnight. With large amounts of data to analyze and process, medical professionals need reliable tools and data insights that can help facilitate this administration moving forward. 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.

 

Chris Shmaltz

Chief Value-Based Care Officer

Panoramic Health

 

9:00am - 9:45am

Overcoming Roadblocks Between Providers and Small Agencies

As smaller care providers shift to a value-based purchasing model, one of the biggest challenges that they will face is managing the enormous amount of data they will be collecting. This session will outline how providers can overcome some of the roadblocks that may arise between large providers and smaller agencies.

 

Jahnhoy Smith, MBA

Director, Value Based Policy Research

Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey

 

9:45am-10:15am

Networking Break

 

10:15am-11:00am

Provider Buy-In and Collaboration in a Value-Based Model

In a value-based model, the partnership between providers and physicians is the most important factor for success. Too often, organizations are focused on aligning incentives between provider groups and payers without considering how this alignment can create patient satisfaction and reduce total costs. This presentation will focus on creating a culture of collaboration as well as identifying steps organizations can take to start moving towards this goal.

 

Liam Woodward

Assistant Director - Office of Value Transformation

Vanderbilt University Medical Center

 

11:00am-11:45am

Utilizing Company Culture and Incentives for Value-Based Implementation

In order to maintain a strong working relationship with all stakeholders, utilizing strategies such as recognizing and celebrating success, identifying and eliminating roadblocks, and working in a collaborative manner is crucial. Also, the use of non-monetary incentives will increase engagement and buy-in from stakeholders across the board. This session will explore how to deploy these strategies while ensuring positive patient outcomes.

 

Felix Aguilar MD, MPH, MHCM

Chief Medical Officer

CSC Health

 

11:45am - 12:30pm

Addressing Provider Burnout and Ensuring Employee Satisfaction

A value-based model has been implemented by several healthcare payers, with the hopes that it will reduce provider burnout. 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 stakeholder level, and lack of patient cooperation.

 

12:30pm-1:30pm

Lunch

 

1:30pm-2:15pm

Importance of Investing in Healthcare Operations in a Value-Based Model

Shared savings programs are an innovative approach to quality and cost improvement in healthcare. Under these arrangements, providers receive financial benefits for meeting or exceeding quality measures or lowering their spending relative to a benchmark or competitive peer group. However, shared savings programs require providers to invest resources in equipment and processes that track healthcare spending, quality improvement and care coordination to ensure accurate incentive programs, reimbursements and tracking. This session will explore the need to invest in these resources and how they help with a VBC model.

 

Marcus Zachary

Global Lead — Value-Based Care

Babylon Health

 

2:15pm - 3:00pm

Value-Based Contract Agreements: What Do They Mean?

There are various types of Value-Based contracts available, and each one offers different advantages to you and your organization. In this session, you will gain insight into the various contracts including shared risk, bundled payments and global risk. We will discuss the advantages, disadvantages and opportunities regarding each type of contract.

 

Brandon Burket

Vice President, Value-Based Care and Population Health

Orlando Health

 

Claire Goodwin

Corporate Director, Strategy and Business Development

Orlando Health

 

3:30pm-4:30pm

PANEL DISCUSSION: Utilizing Metrics to Understand Performance

Metrics are exceedingly important for measuring the success of Value-Based Care. Hospitals and   health systems need metrics to determine their progress in moving toward a value-based care model. During this session, we will discuss how to align Value-Based Care Metrics with Quality Metrics to improve clinical and financial performance. You will learn how producing actionable insights from quality measurement initiatives support value-based care.

 

4:30pm - 5:15pm

Value-Based Healthcare and Outpatient Care

Ambulatory care providers are tasked with providing high quality, cost-effective and efficient care to patients. This can be challenging given the many reasons that health care is provided outside of a hospital, including the need to see a physician but no immediate need for surgery or treatment. Ambulatory services have started to adopt value-based models in hopes of improving their ability to deliver care while reducing costs at the same time. This session covers scope of benefits, payment models, contracting strategies and care coordination methods to help you work toward successfully implementing a value-based model in your ambulatory services organization.

Day Two – Friday, October 28, 2022

7:15am

Morning Breakfast

 

8:00am - 8:10am

Recap of Day One

 

8:10am-8:50am

Value-Based Care and the Future: What Lies Ahead?

On the heels of the COVID-19 pandemic, it was proven that Value-Based Care is needed now more than ever. This session will explore the need to engage with providers and payers in new ways and find new innovations and efficiencies to frame the future of VBC.

 

Jenni Gudapati, MBA, RN

Value-Based Healthcare Program Director

Boise State University

 

8:50am-9:30am

Outlining Achievable Outcomes

In order to assess the probability of success in a Value-Based Model, it is important to understand the importance of attainable goals in managing conflict or complications between parties. Calculating risk, goals, scope and outcomes early on in the process will help mitigate issues down the line. This session will explore how to outline achievable and attainable outcomes within this model.

 

9:30am-9:55am

Networking Break

 

9:55am-10:35am

Social Constraints in a Value-Based Model

Health care is increasingly moving toward value-based models that prioritize quality and outcomes in the treatment of chronic illnesses, with the aim of improving patient outcomes. However, one often neglected aspect of this transition is the impact that non-medical factors can have on overall health and how to ensure an efficient delivery of care. In this session, we will discuss how social determinants of health can impact the overall population of patients, as well as what strategies have been utilized to promote therapeutic change at a community level.

 

10:35am-11:15am

Fostering Payer and Provider Collaboration

Ensuring a successful relationship between payer and providers is crucial to the success of your organization and analyzing the viability of this collaboration from multiple perspectives and how to manage each party’s expectations is crucial to it’s success. In this presentation, we’ll discuss the need to consider techniques such as requirement analysis, risk mitigation strategies and quality control measures, which may include establishing a strong communication plan that ensures both parties understand each other’s needs.

 

11:15am-11:55am

Reducing Gaps with Home Health Care Providers and Agencies

There are many commonalities between home health care agencies and larger network providers. However, there are also significant differences in the way they operate. One of the most critical distinctions is that while large providers have numerous resources (such as staff, clinicians, and technology), small agencies often provide exceptional care with limited resources. This presentation focuses on how you can work with your smaller partners to deliver high quality services without compromising quality or spending more than expected.

 

11:55am-12:40pm

Telehealth Importance in VBC

Telehealth has become an important part of value-based care. As health plans and systems are required to better coordinate care for patients, telehealth can play a critical role in the solution by serving as a direct connection point between patients, their home or community, and the health system that best fits their needs. This session will look at how use telehealth to create care management and coordination plans that help both the patient and the provider.

 

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Featured Speakers

Chris Shmaltz

Chris Shmaltz

Chief Value-Based Care Officer

Panoramic Health

 

Adam Kirking

Adam Kirking

Value-Based Care

UT Health San Antonio

Felix Aguilar MD, MPH, MHCM

Felix Aguilar MD, MPH, MHCM

Chief Medical Officer

CSC Health

Liam Woodward

Liam Woodward

Assistant Director - Office of Value Transformation

Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Michelle Mirkovic

Michelle Mirkovic

Program Director, Regulatory and Value-Based Care

Southwestern Health Resources

Michelle Croasdale

Michelle Croasdale

Managing Director Strategy & Business Development

Babylon Health

Shemeka Hamlin-Palmer, Ph.D., MPH

Shemeka Hamlin-Palmer, Ph.D., MPH

University of Memphis

Varun Kumar, MD

Varun Kumar, MD

Co-Founder

Roxie Health

John Bass

John Bass

Founder & CEO

Hashed Health

Grecia Marrufo

Grecia Marrufo

Managing Director

Avalere Health

Jibran Syed

Jibran Syed

Business Development Director - Value Based Solutions

Anthem

Jenni Gudapati, MBA, RN

Jenni Gudapati, MBA, RN

Value-Based Healthcare Program Director

Boise State University

Scott Sanders, MSHCA

Scott Sanders, MSHCA

Director of Contracting and Provider Relations

Friday Health

Jahnhoy Smith

Jahnhoy Smith

Director, Value-Based Programs

Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield New Jersey

Robert Hensley

Robert Hensley

Executive Director, Network Strategy and Operations

Viva Health

William Munley

William Munley

Administrator

Shriners Hospitals for Children® – Greenville

Venue

Austin Marriott Downtown
304 East Ceasr Chavez Street
Austin, TX 78701
512-457-1111

**Mention BRI Network to get discounted rate of $299/night **

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FAQ

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 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.

Can the registration be transferred to a colleague?

  • Yes – please email us in writing at info@brinetwork.com with the colleague’s name and title

Where can I find information on the venue/accommodations?

  • Along with your registration receipt you will receive information on how to make your hotel reservations. You can also visit individual event page for specific hotel information. The conference fee does not include the cost of accommodations.

What is the suggested dress code?

  • Business casual. Meeting rooms can sometimes be cold so we recommend a sweater or light jacket
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