Leading Payers and Providers Attend The Institute for the Delivery of High-Value Care’s Inaugural Session in Louisville, Kentucky, with representatives from over 45 Healthcare Organizations from around the United States
Louisville, Kentucky – May 16th-18th, 2007 — Starting today and continuing for the next two days, the Institute for the Delivery of High-Value Care hosts its Spring 2017 Session, bringing together representatives from over 45 healthcare organizations from around the country. The Institute for the Delivery of High-Value Care includes leading providers, payers, government officials and special guests gathering together to discuss executing the mandate to deliver high-value care in their work as they align payment, delivery practice and organizational culture around population health and value-based care. More information can be found here: https://instituteofhighvaluecare.org/.
The Spring 2017 session of the Institute for the Delivery of High-Value Care not only serves as an opportunity for healthcare professionals to discuss clinical applications and economic impact of high-value care, but also the chance for meaningful discussion interactive workshops around the cultural and organizational roadblocks to delivering high-value care.
Attendees span the leading payers and providers, systems and hospitals, urban and rural delivery system organization across all provider types and all payer lines of business including representatives from Abbeville General Hospital, Anthem BlueCross BlueShield, Baptist Health, BlueCross BlueShield of Michigan, BlueCross BlueShield of Minnesota, BlueCross BlueShield of North Carolina, BlueCross BlueShield of North Dakota, BlueCross BlueShield of Rhode Island, Bright Health, Independent Health, Carle, Cambia, CareMore, Carolinas HealthCare System, Centene Corporation, Central Georgia Medical Care Network, FullWell, Gateway Health, Geisinger, George Washington University, Department of Health and Human Services, Health Care Service Corporation, The Health Collaborative, Health Net, Humana, Indiana University Health, Johns Hopkins Medicine, KentuckyOne Health, Mercy, MetroHealth, Molina Healthcare, MVP Healthcare, Norton Healthcare, Navient Health, BlueCross BlueShield of Nebraska, Northwestern Medicine, Ochsner Health System, Passport Health Plan, Quartet, Quest Diagnostics, Rothman Institute, SIH Medical Group, Spectrum Health, St. Joseph Health, St. Jude Children’s Hospital, Urgent Care Association of America, United Healthcare, and U.S. News and World Report.
The May session of the Institute for the Delivery of High-Value Care Best Practice Vignettes cover success stories and challenges in delivering high-value care in the realistic operating environments and include the topics: “The Mandate: Payment Vs. Know-How”; “Clinician to Clinician: A High-Value Conservation”; “System Frenemies? Hospitals Vs. Groups”; “Flowing Downhill: PCPs Vs. Specialists”; “West Coast Vs. Fly-over Country”; “Mandate: Market and Momentum”; “Clinician to Clinician: High-Value Hang Ups and Solutions”; “Tying the Knot: High-Value Care Model as a Payer Strategic Advantage”; “Commercial Vs. Government Programs”; and “The Tactics: Competition Vs. Tough Cultures”.
Interactive Game-Based Workshops feature payers and providers across functional areas working together to better understand, communicate and operationally support the delivery of high-value care and include the topics: “Moneyball: An MBA for Healthcare”; “Comm. 101: Culture and Consensus”; “Clinicians to Clinicians: Behind Closed Doors”; “Comm. 101: Talking to Physicians”; “Translation: Talking to Clinicians”; “Comm. 101: Talking to Actuaries”; “Comm. 101: Talking to Analysts”; “Healthcare and/Vs. High-Performing Leadership”; “Hot Takes and Trends: Real Vs. Hype”; “Behind Closed Doors: Clinicians to Clinicians”; “Comm. 101: Talking to Your ELT”; “Comm. 101: Talking to Sales”; and “Pulling This All Together: What Are We Doing Here and What Are You Going to Do About It on Monday.”
For more information, please see https://instituteofhighvaluecare.org/.