About the web seminar: The unique challenges presented by the health cost inflation and the economic downturn are also the unique opportunities. The tension that exists in managing health care costs at this time is exactly the spotlight that was needed to change the dialogue on health care. In fact, even the questions we’ve been asking should be changed.
Instead of asking “How much will this cost,” the road to real, sustainable change lies in the question, “How much health will this dollar buy?” Value-based designs have consistently shown the results in improved health status and reduced financial strain. This seminar will showcase the learnings, the levers, and the dividends that accrue when a total health management approach is used to create sustainable results through aligned risks and rewards.
What you will learn: - The definition and process of a value-based design, including the categories for improvement. - The metrics of success and the time to achieve them. - The data required to begin the shift to investing in value. - The case studies of others who have implemented over 100 levers to drive change and improved health and economic outcomes.
Presented by: Cyndy Nayer, President and co-founder Center for Health Value Innovation
Jack Mahoney MD, Chief Medical Officer and co-founder Center for Health Value Innovation
Jan Berger MD, Strategic Advisor Center for Health Value Innovation