Strategic Solutions Network is pleased to announce our 2nd Annual "Health Plan Innovations for Care Coordination" event, September 12-14, 2017 in Phoenix, AZ. Designed for Medicaid, Medicare, and plans serving dual eligibles, the event will share the strategies that leading organizations are leveraging to achieve continuity of care across settings with the goals of reducing ER visits, minimizing potentially preventable readmissions, and improving outcomes. It will explore the member-centric, provider-focused care models that plans are turning to in order to promote team-based care delivery.


Who Should Attend


Chief Medical Officers and Medical Directors of Health Plans and Vice Presidents, Directors, and Managers of:

Care Management, Case Management, Utilization Management, Health Services, Clinical Services, Clinical Partnerships, Clinical Operations, Network Development, Chronic Care, Transitional Care, Integrated Care, Government Programs

Some of the topics to be addressed may include:


CARE INNOVATIONS TO IMPROVE OUTCOMES


  • Managing Trends in Special Populations, LTSS, and Community Based Models of Care
  • From AQC to PPO: How Alternative Payment Model Financial Incentives Can Enable Care Delivery Redesign
  • Creating an Interdisciplinary Care Team:  Integrating Community Health Workers for Older Populations and the Underserved
  • Creating a Framework for Integrating Physical and Behavioral Healthcare
  • Leveraging Risk Stratification and Member Profiling to Improve Care Coordination for Complex Populations
  • Reducing Readmissions through Patient Innovations Leading to Optimal Transitions of Care:  Uncovering the Unlikely Suspects Behind Unnecessary Readmissions
  • Improving Care Transitions Between Settings to Reduce Avoidable Readmissions and Improve Outcomes

CARE COORDINATION MODELS


  • Creating Care Coordination Models that Drive Improved Outcomes while Reducing Costs
  • Establishing a Home-Based Primary Care Model:  Providing Care in the Most Appropriate Setting and Improving Advanced Care Planning
  • Leveraging a Member-Centric, Provider-Focused Model to Reduce Unnecessary ER Visits and Improve Health Outcomes
  • Care Coordination in a Staff vs Network PCP Model

OUTREACH AND ENGAGEMENT STRATEGIES


  • Bridging the Client Engagement and Care Coordination Gap to Improve Outcomes
  • Identifying and Overcoming Barriers to Care:  Taking a Multifaceted Approach to Ensure Coordinated Care Across the Continuum
  • Population Health from Prevention to Disease Management:  Managing the Continuum
  • Analyzing Member Data to Evaluate the Type of Care Needed Post-Discharge and Beyond
  • Establishing Local Partnerships to Connect Members to Community Based Resources to Overcome Barriers to Treatment
  • Developing a Focus on Medication Reconciliation During Discharge Planning and Care Transitions to Reduce Preventable Readmissions
  • Promoting Coordinated Health Care Delivery for the Dual Eligible Population

We look forward to providing you an insightful learning and networking experience in Phoenix in September!

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