Medical Informatics World Conference Track #1
Value-Based Delivery Models and Cross-Industry Data Collaboration:
Integrating Data Analysis to Manage Costs and Improve Outcomes in the Health Care Ecosystem
The shift away from fee-for-service toward value-based care, bundled payments and ACOs is the new reality. As healthcare information exchange amongst all players across the healthcare continuum becomes the key driver of value, there is an overwhelming need for collaboration—from provider to payer to pharma to lab to EMR vendors to pharmacy—on data collection, exchange and analysis. Data collaboration is essential for lowering costs and improving clinical outcomes and ultimately achieving the Triple Aim. Cambridge Healthtech Institute and Clinical Informatics News’ 4th Annual “Value-Based Delivery Models and Cross-Industry Data Collaboration,” taking place April 4-5, 2016 at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston, MA, will bring together executives and thought leaders from the provider, payer, pharma and academic communities for engaging, innovative discussions. Topics to be discussed include:
- The transition from Fee-for-Service to Pay-for-Performance: How can this be done with improved quality?
- What are the preparatory steps to transition to an ACO?
- The List! What data will be needed, what must change, how to measure, monitor, define success, and share data?
- CMS bundles and quality metrics will change the payment model away from fee-for-service: Case studies on how to succeed and how to prepare
- Open use of data: Who will pay for it and who will maintain it? Who are the disruptors?
- Partnering to achieve better health and financial outcomes through data sharing and analytics: What does a pre-competitive space look like?
- Optimizing contracting, reimbursement strategy and Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) to survive MU
- Whoever you are – provider, payer, pharmacy, PBM, lab, EMR vendor, Rx-Dx company – how are you helping your ACO deliver value?
- ACOs/CCOs/Personalized Care: How can payers and providers share data and live happily ever after?
- Cooperative payment and incentive models: Manage risk and optimize rewards
- Developing and implementing partnerships for coordinated and personalized care: Problems and opportunities
- Role of evolving analytic approaches to real world data: How will we know what is believable, reliable, and actionable?
- Medication Non-Adherence: Improving clinical and economic outcomes through a multi-party approach
Concurrent Conference Tracks:
Track 1: Value-Based Delivery Models and Cross-Industry Data Collaboration
Track 2: Coordinated Care, Patient Engagement and Connected Health
Track 3: Population Health Management, Risk Modeling, and Patient Stratification
Track 4: Achieving Global Interoperability in Healthcare Datasets and Systems
Track 5: Quantitative Imaging, Radiomics and Advanced Medical Image Analysis
If you are interested in offering a presentation, click here to submit a speaking proposal. The deadline for proposal submission is August 19, 2015.
All proposals are subject to review by the Scientific Advisory Committee to ensure the highest quality of the conference program. Please note that due to limited speaking slots, preference is given to healthcare payers, healthcare providers, hospitals and research centers, biopharmaceutical companies, regulators and those from academia. Additionally, vendors/consultants who provide products and services to these companies and institutions are offered opportunities for podium presentation slots based on a variety of Corporate Sponsorships.
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Terry Manning (Companies L-Z)
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