Please join us on Tuesday, June 23, 2020, at 1 PM Eastern as Barbara Otto from Smart Policy Works, and Kitty Bailey from Be There San Diego, present how to achieve value-based care while delivering social determinants of health by constructing partnerships between payers, providers and Community-Based Organizations, in the HealthcareWebSummit event: The Quest for Value-Based Care - Building Cross-Sector Models to Tackle Social Determinants of Health.
Webinar: Tuesday, June 23, 2020, at 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM Eastern
- Different drivers of service delivery for the health and social sector
- Models that break down barriers to payer, provider and CBO collaboration.
- Mini-case study of the San Diego CBO IPA model
- Actionable value-based and SDOH strategies for payers, providers and CBOs
Faculty: Barbara Otto, Chief Executive Officer, Smart Policy Works, and Kitty Bailey, MSW, Executive Director, Be There San Diego
Value-Based Care - in its spectrum of variations across the healthcare landscape - has emerged as the predominant paradigm for this new decade in collaborations and contracting between payers and providers. At the same time, Social Determinants of Health has emerged as the critical approach during this new decade in achieving improved outcomes and cost-effective allocation of resources for more vulnerable populations, particularly with Medicaid and Medicare Advantage programs.
Community-Based Organizations have become the key focal point in partnering with payers and providers to deliver SDoH components to member populations. As these partnerships widen and evolve, the demand is increasing for application of Value-Based care to these arrangements.
This session examines the intersection of Value-Based Care and Social Determinants of Health for Payers, Providers and Community-Based Organizations, and will address:
- Factors that Drive Operating Models of Payers, Providers and CBOs
- Payment Models: Reimbursement versus Grants or Contracts
- Measuring Outcomes, Reporting Requirements, and Data Infrastructure in Health and Social Sectors
- Pain Points Encountered at the Negotiating Table
- Successful Models: Common Components & Threads, and a Closer Look at the San Diego Model
The COVID-19 pandemic only underscores the critical need for furthering value based care with social determinants of health arrangements, as: the portion of populations increase that are vulnerable with SDoH factors; the portion of population covered by government programs increase; the demand for delivery of SDoH related services increases; and the need for improved outcomes and efficiencies increases with an economic downturn.
- Individual Registration: $195
- Individual Registration and Post-event materials - Includes webinar video and presentation pdf file: $240 for attendees
- Post-event materials for non-attendees - Includes webinar video and presentation pdf file. Available after the event: $260
Register above or download a registration form. You can also register by phone: 209.577.4888. Corporate Site licensing also available. We look forward to your attendance!
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Cure for the Common Webinar
In addition to the main faculty presentation, this event includes a fun whiteboard drawing format opening video, a brief moderated faculty interview, and concluding live audience questions and answers. The day before the event, you'll receive login information, including downloadable companion presentation slides.
Just after the event, you'll receive a follow-up request for feedback, also offering an opportunity to provide any final questions that can be forwarded to the faculty. Also, if you need support before, during or after the event, you can contact HealthcareWebSummit staff at any time.
After attending this webinar, attendees will be able to:
- Better understand different drivers of service delivery for the health and social sector
- Identify models that break down barriers to payer, provider and CBO collaboration.
- Examine a mini-case study of the San Diego CBO IPA model
- Explore value-based and SDOH strategies for moving from talk to action
- Engage in interactive learning through online question submission, attendee feedback and opportunity for post-event follow up questions.
Who Should Attend
Interested attendees would include:
- C-Suite Executives
- Community-Based Organization Directors and Managers
- Social Determinants of Health Executives
- Value Based Care and Payment Executives
- Provider Network Executives
- Provider Contracting and Development Executives and Managers
- Medical Directors
- Population Health Executives and Staff
- Planning and Strategic Executives and Staff
- Business Intelligence Staff
- Other Interested Parties
Attendees would represent organizations including:
- Health Plans
- Community-Based Organizations
- Hospitals and Health Systems
- Clinically Integrated Networks
- Accountable Care Organizations
- Provider Networks
- Solutions Providers
- Life Sciences Organizations
- Population Health Organizations
- Associations, Institutes and Research Organizations
- Government Agencies
Other Interested Organizations
Barbara’s interest in disability and access to health care issues began at an early age. As the child of a parent with complex health needs, she is keenly aware of the link between economic and health care security and the importance of including people in the development of effective public policy.
She has extensive expertise in Medicaid, Medicare, and Social Security related public benefits programs and is frequently called upon to provide analysis and insights on health and disability, and employment matters with Congress, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, the Social Security Administration, and media outlets among others.
She has been a technical author on important reports to Congress, including Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission. She started her career at Ernst & Young; has served as a consultant to both Cornell University and Virginia Commonwealth University on disability employment; was a Principle for the National Consortium for Health Systems Development; and is currently a Lead Investigator on a Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute grant focused on patients with trauma-induced spinal cord injury.
Barbara is a regular commentator for Crain’s Chicago Business, and the author of several articles related to implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 for the working poor and people with disabilities.
She holds certificates from both the Harvard Kennedy School of Government and the Harvard Business School and is a graduate of Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Kitty Bailey, MSW
“Kitty” Bailey is a nationally recognized healthcare leader with more than a decade of executive-level experience. She combines her business development skills, zest for innovation and personal drive to help at-risk populations achieve health.