Most integrated health delivery systems and multispecialty medical groups across the country have invested time and resources preparing for the shift from fee-for-service to value-based care models. Although the transition has not occurred as quickly as projected, nearly all health systems and groups recognize that primary care is the key to unlocking their performance potential in current and future reimbursement environments and increasingly competitive markets.
As a result, health systems and medical groups are beginning to direct their efforts toward transforming primary care configuration and delivery. In doing so, they are responding to increasing demand from patients and payers for innovation around patient experience and convenience, team-based care delivery, and medical expenditure management.
This workshop focuses on the practical tactics required to enable primary care transformation. ECG is at the forefront of these innovations and will present on topics related to value-based reimbursement, innovative provider incentive design, and operational considerations.
Who should attend?
This conference is intended for CEOs, CMOs, COOs, CFOs, CAOs, and other healthcare leaders who deal with provider compensation, risk contracting, and improving operational and financial performance
- Compare and contrast fixed versus variable compensation models and the elements that support each of them (team-based, panel size, non-RVU-based performance metrics).
- Discuss the characteristics of current primary care structure and performance, and highlight conceptual approaches using case studies related to operational innovation and continuous improvement.
- Review trends in reimbursement and practical strategies for success in a fee-for-service environment while pursuing value-based arrangements.
- Outline new approaches to fair market value and commercial reasonableness in increasingly competitive markets.
Can’t make it to New York?
Attend our half-day workshop in Chicago on May 3, 2019.