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For ACOs, by ACOs

December 8-10, 2016
  • Tampa, FL

CBI’s ACO Population Health Congress offers payers and providers the opportunity to discover solutions for day-to-day challenges that improve the health of members and enhance models to quantify improvement and outcomes. As the ACO model shifts from fee-for-service to value-based care models, it is critical for ACOs to understand population health management and value-based networks in order to improve coordination of care and health outcomes. Discover tactical strategies, gain policy insights and benchmark with industry experts to develop solutions to improve population health and achieve operational excellence.

JUST
ADDED!
CMS KEYNOTE ADDRESS —
ACO Operational and Policy Insights

This presentation will address emerging issues in ACO policy and operations including the skilled nursing facility waiver, ACO issues with the Quality Payment Program, addressing social determinants of health care, and strategies Pioneers and Next Generation ACOs use for success.

Teresa Wilson Medicare ACO Specialist Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services

  GAIN COMPREHENSIVE INSIGHTS ON:

  • Patient registry refinement and clinical integration hierarchies to successfully define populations and accurately report quality measures
  • Post-acute, coordinated care initiatives to reduce hospital admissions, readmission, ED utilization and variations in care
  • Proactive outreach to noncompliant patients and automated patient outreach programs to decrease cost of care downstream
  • Shift from fee-for-service to value-based healthcare on traditional contracting structures
  • New methods for reviewing contracts to assist in quantifying risk and determining potential benefits of switching ACO models
  • Best practices to enhance patient experience and improve outcomes through patient engagement and coordinated care
  • Critical success factors for ACOs as they become vehicles for groups of providers to take on more risk in the future
  CASE STUDY SPOTLIGHT:
  • Leaving the Next Generation ACO Model —
    Financial and Operational Implications
  • Remove Barriers and Reduce Unnecessary Hospital Utilization to
    Improve Beneficiary Health
  MULTI-STAKEHOLDER PANEL DISCUSSIONS:
  • Explore ACO Structures —
    Successes and Lessons Learned Across Models
  • Cross-Discipline Playbook —
    Insights from ACO Stakeholders to Achieve Operational Excellence
  • Pushing the Limits —
    Going Above and Beyond to Deliver Superior Care
PLUS! CUSTOMIZE YOUR LEARNING EXPERIENCE — CHOOSE FROM TWO PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS:
  • Leverage Financial and Population Data to Analyze ACO Success
  • Implications of MACRA Proposed Rule on ACO Operations

Previous Attendee Acclaim:

This conference allowed the chance to hear how others are facing this once in a generation opportunity.

Senior Director, Care Management & Geriatrics, Reliant Medical Group

Well organized speaker topics that led to a better understanding of the challenges of ACOs.

Southgate Medical Group, Catholic Medical Partners ACO

Very well organized mix of talks, all relevant.

Managing Partner, Lakeshore Primary Care Associates

December 8-9, 2016 | Marriott Waterside | TAMPA, FL

ACO Population Health Congress

For ACOs, by ACOs

CBI’s ACO Population Health Congress offers payers and providers the opportunity to discover solutions for day-to-day challenges that improve the health of members and enhance models to quantify improvement and outcomes. As the ACO model shifts from fee-for-service to value-based care models, it is critical for ACOs to understand population health management and value-based networks in order to improve coordination of care and health outcomes. Discover tactical strategies, gain policy insights and benchmark with industry experts to develop solutions to improve population health and achieve operational excellence.

JUST
ADDED!
CMS KEYNOTE ADDRESS —
ACO Operational and Policy Insights

This presentation will address emerging issues in ACO policy and operations including the skilled nursing facility waiver, ACO issues with the Quality Payment Program, addressing social determinants of health care, and strategies Pioneers and Next Generation ACOs use for success.

Teresa Wilson Medicare ACO Specialist Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services

  GAIN COMPREHENSIVE INSIGHTS ON:

  • Patient registry refinement and clinical integration hierarchies to successfully define populations and accurately report quality measures
  • Post-acute, coordinated care initiatives to reduce hospital admissions, readmission, ED utilization and variations in care
  • Proactive outreach to noncompliant patients and automated patient outreach programs to decrease cost of care downstream
  • Shift from fee-for-service to value-based healthcare on traditional contracting structures
  • New methods for reviewing contracts to assist in quantifying risk and determining potential benefits of switching ACO models
  • Best practices to enhance patient experience and improve outcomes through patient engagement and coordinated care
  • Critical success factors for ACOs as they become vehicles for groups of providers to take on more risk in the future
  CASE STUDY SPOTLIGHT:
  • Leaving the Next Generation ACO Model —
    Financial and Operational Implications
  • Remove Barriers and Reduce Unnecessary Hospital Utilization to
    Improve Beneficiary Health
  MULTI-STAKEHOLDER PANEL DISCUSSIONS:
  • Explore ACO Structures —
    Successes and Lessons Learned Across Models
  • Cross-Discipline Playbook —
    Insights from ACO Stakeholders to Achieve Operational Excellence
  • Pushing the Limits —
    Going Above and Beyond to Deliver Superior Care
PLUS! CUSTOMIZE YOUR LEARNING EXPERIENCE — CHOOSE FROM TWO PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS:
  • Leverage Financial and Population Data to Analyze ACO Success
  • Implications of MACRA Proposed Rule on ACO Operations

Previous Attendee Acclaim:

This conference allowed the chance to hear how others are facing this once in a generation opportunity.

Senior Director, Care Management & Geriatrics, Reliant Medical Group

Well organized speaker topics that led to a better understanding of the challenges of ACOs.

Southgate Medical Group, Catholic Medical Partners ACO

Very well organized mix of talks, all relevant.

Managing Partner, Lakeshore Primary Care Associates

December 8-9, 2016 | Marriott Waterside | TAMPA, FL