Realizing the Potential of Post-Acute Care
Listen to Gary Jacobs, Executive Vice President of Strategic Relationships of CareCentrix, as he discusses the importance of realizing the potential of post-acute care partnerships.
Post-acute care (PAC) can account for approximately 40% of a Medicare Advantage plan's cost for a 90-day episode of care. However, an integrated PAC solution has the potential to reduce total per episode costs by as much as 25%. Today, a number of systemic issues impede health plan efforts to reduce post-acute care costs, improve quality and simplify the administration of these services. But that is about to change with the introduction of new health plan and PAC partnership models built on value-based payment approaches.
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN:
- About the challenges health plans face in managing PAC delivery and costs.
- The value-improvement opportunity presented by an integrated PAC partnership model.
- Details on the critical features of a health plan / PAC partnership solution.
Reducing Readmissions and Costs through an Integrated Approach to Post-Acute Care
Successful transitions reduce readmissions by integrating services, including care management, the use of data analytics for patient stratification and site of care selection, high performing networks of post-acute care providers, transitions coaching, a single-point-of-contact care management team, and a technology platform that connects the patient and caregiver and providers to each other. In this way, the people, processes, and technology can work together to help patients heal in a supportive, cost-effective home-based setting.
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN:
- How to drive value by placing the home at the center of patient care.
- How an integrated approach can close care gaps, improve patient outcomes, increase cost savings, and increase member satisfaction.
- How to apply this approach to Commercial, Managed Medicaid, Medicare Advantage, Exchanges, Marketplace, and ACOs.
Managing Care Transitions to the Home in a Value-based World
Today’s revolving door syndrome for at-risk patients is a serious and costly challenge – readmissions alone drive $31 billion in costs. Learn how patients recover best in a familiar home environment where there is family and social support. Discover how by managing care transitions to the home, payers can reduce costs, improve quality measures, and increases member satisfaction.
- Bradley Towle, MBA, MS, PT
- Vice President Development
- Joan Gammercone
- Senior Director, Clinical Care Transitions
Learn how to:
- Increase patient engagement in order to ensure adherence and create a positive member experience with higher satisfaction
- Improve Star Quality Ratings
- Enhance diagnostic accuracy to positively impact Risk Scores
- Implement strategies that reduce readmissions while creating cost savings
- Connect all the stakeholders in the care transition process, including patient, caregiver, health plan case manager, hospital, primary care physician and homecare nurses.
Home Health Opportunities for Accountable Care Organizations, Health Plans and Investors
Home health offers opportunities for savvy providers, payers, entrepreneurs and investors. This webinar features pragmatic insights from a leading home care benefits manager, home care supplies company, and health care business consultant.
- David E. Williams, President, Health Business Group
- Steve Wogen, Chief Growth Officer, CareCentrix
- Gordy Fox, Chairman & Founder, Home Care Delivered
- Karen Donovan, Principal, Health Business Group
- How top ACOs and health plans are leveraging the home in their post-acute strategies
- Why the trend toward care at home will continue
- The hidden opportunities in out-of-episode services and supplies
- How the federal government is encouraging a shift to the home
- The top 5 opportunities for strategic and financial investors in 2015