ACO : Pilot to Production... How Ready Are You?

  • 14 Sep 2017
  • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
  • online & @MHDC

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ACO : Pilot to Production... How Ready Are You?


As a health plan or provider organization operating in an ACO-driven market, your ability to scale your ACO programs from limited-scope pilots to full production is mission critical. However, you face many questions and challenges. How well can you stratify your population risk? Can you automate patient attribution, contract details and periodic settlements to providers? How easily can you model your risk-based arrangements and estimate financial risk and the probability of success or failure? How transparent are you with your payment calculations and other program performance reporting? Your answers to these questions could very well determine the success of your ACO programs.

Ensuring the successful scaling of your ACO programs requires a best practice approach inclusive of repeatable processes, actionable templates and the utilization of financial, administrative and clinical data. Join Edifecs for this impactful, live session where attendees will learn:

  • How to deploy up front modeling and analysis to mitigate financial risk
  • How to improve provider buy in of new risk-based financial arrangements
  • How to finally end your reliance on spreadsheet program performance management and improve program performance

Speakers:

John Kelly, Principal Business Advisor, Edifecs

Michael Pattwell, Principal Solution Consultant, Edifecs

Massachusetts Health Data Consortium
460 Totten Pond Road | Suite 690
Waltham, Massachusetts 02451
781.419.7800
www.mahealthdata.org

For more information,
please contact Arleen Coletti
by email or at 781.419.7818

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