Shifting from Fee For Service to Value-Based Healthcare: A New York Seminar
Join Treo Solution, a 3M company, for our one day Shifting from Fee For Service to Value-Based Healthcare: A New York Seminar. This unique seminar will be held at the Cornell Club in New York City on September 24, 2014.
This seminar will bring together key stakeholders in healthcare from across New York State and the country to discuss delivery system and payment reform initiatives in the state as well as nationally.
The intimate event will generate a lively discussions. The agenda for the day is below:
8:30am - 9:00am Breakfast and Registration
9:00am - 9:10am Welcome
9:10am - 9:50am Keynote Address
Matt Salo, National Association of Medicaid Directors
10:00am - 11:00am Paying for Value Panel
Shifting from a volume driven health care system to one that is focused on value requires a fundamental shift in how we as a country pay for health care. Only in this way can new models of health care delivery be adopted at scale and in a meaningful and sustainable fashion. During this session we will hear from – both providers and payers of health care – on the success and challenges faced when implementing value based payment programs.
Moderated by: Rich Keller, 3M Health Information Systems
Mark Sonneborn, Minnesota Hospital Association
Jack Stephenson, AmeriGroup NY
11:00am - 12:00pm Measuring Value Panel
The health care delivery system will need data and analytics to support its transformation. Which data and analytics to use are critical. They must be actionable, meaningful and integrated. They also must help providers get to scale and as such be representative of the majority of their business. This calls for data assets such as multi-payer or all payer data sets. During this session attendees will hear how organizations have been developing and supporting measures in various parts of the country. This session will also discuss the critical importance of all payer data sets to support this effort.
Moderated by: Herb Fillmore, 3M Health Information Systems
Billy Millwee, Sellers Dorsey
Tracey Campbell, The Center for Improving Value in Health Care
12:00pm - 12:45pm Lunch
12:45pm - 1:45 Engaging Patients in Transformation
The legacy health care delivery system is built to manage the care of diseases; it is ill equipped to manage the care of people. Engaging the person and their distinct needs is a crucial pathway to successful transformation to value based care. During this session, attendees will hear from those involved in various programs designed to drive individual engagement with the health care delivery system. This session will also explore the importance of measuring patient engagement, asking the right questions and enabling the system to make use of that data as well as exploring the importance of consumer transparency in pricing, quality and value enabling individuals to be informed and active consumers of health care.
Moderated by: Gordon Moore, MD, 3M Health Information Systems
Plenary: John Wasson, MD, Dartmouth College
Panelists: Deb Parsons, MD, FACP, Colorado Access
Jennifer Vermeer, University of Iowa
2:00pm - 3:00pm Analytics to Support Value
In order for value based models of care to be successful physicians, hospitals and other care givers have to change the way they run their operations. During this session, attendees will get a deeper look at the concept of actionability discussed in the Measuring Value session. What data and analytics work? What is being used today? We will also discuss the value of multi-payer and all payer datasets in more detail – discussing a specific program in NY to support the states move to incorporate value based metrics in its Medicaid Managed Care rate setting.
Moderated by: Carole Cusack, 3M Health Information Systems
Panelists: Herb Fillmore, 3M Health Information Systems