Value-Based Payer-Provider Partnerships: Three Case Studies

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Overview

The nation’s ancient fee-for-service system is undergoing dramatic transformation everywhere you look, with health systems launching managed care plans and payers developing value-based care programs with providers. Some plans and providers are launching joint ventures that incorporate the strongest elements of both sectors to create powerful entities for delivering and paying for health services. These alliances are transforming local markets and creating tremendous opportunities, and many new challenges, for plans and providers alike.

Attend this information-packed virtual conference on Dec. 8 from the convenience of your own office and your entire management team will hear valuable lessons learned from three innovative value-based care arrangements. You’ll visit ground zero with the leaders of these efforts and get answers to your own questions about today’s dramatically changed competitive landscape.

For one registration fee, your team will gain practical intelligence on topics such as:

  • What are the key elements of value-based partnerships — for plans and providers alike — that can spell success or failure?
  • What are the most important characteristics of a plan-provider partnership organized to deliver care to seniors enrolled in Medicare Advantage?
  • What are the keys to success when insurers contract with large, self-insured employers to deliver population management?
  • How effectively would a direct-to-employer ACO model like Intel’s work in different markets? What types of populations and provider capabilities are most conducive to success for this type of partnership?

Each session will conclude with generous time allocated to answering your individual questions.

The Virtual Experience: Get intensive training from the convenience of your own office or conference room. No travel required! Gather your entire management team for the most cost-effective training in the industry.

 

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