naviHealth and Health Forum
Event Date: Tuesday, August 29, 2017, 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Central (1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Eastern)REGISTER NOW
The next phase of BPCI is approaching. How will it be different than the original program? How should an organization decide to participate? naviHealth will be presenting an overview of the Bundled Payments for Care Improvement (BPCI) program and what the industry might see under the new CMS announcement. This webinar will explore the BPCI program, what we learned from it, and how to utilize those key findings to derive strategies to set your organization up for success under the impending announcement.
The movement toward value-based care and reimbursement is evident given CMS’ investment in bundled payment programs as well as other care and payment model demonstrations disseminated by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI). Existing and emerging models demand a mix of methodologies and capabilities on behalf of organizations to generate a blueprint for success, champion early and sustained program adoption, and succeed in value-based care.
In this webinar, we will discuss essential elements for success in BPCI. We will examine health system fundamentals that must be considered in preparation for bundled payment participation and review activities health system leaders should embrace to drive savings opportunities, optimize patient outcomes and lay the foundation for the continued adoption of value-based care, specifically BPCI.
Attendees Will Learn:
- Why bundled payments are important to value-based care
- Critical success factors for health systems to consider for successful navigation through the inherent complexities associated with participation in a bundled program
- Strategies to ensure the connection among the operational, care management, financial and partnership aspects of the program
- The power of a BPCI partner
Brian Fuller, MBA, FACHE
Vice President of Value-based Care, naviHealth
Mr. Fuller is the Vice President for Value-Based Care at naviHealth, a company aimed at transforming the healthcare delivery system to better care for patients and improve overall costs in the post-acute care continuum. He is a recognized thought leader in post-acute care and the impact and importance of post-acute care in new healthcare reform environments. Brian is a leading expert on care integration and partnership development across the continuum, including evaluating and implementing new payment initiatives such as bundled payment models and ACOs.
Additionally, he focuses on improving post-acute integration, network development and operations to better meet the goals of acute care hospitals/health systems and ACOs. He has been a featured expert, speaker or authored publications for the American Hospital Association, NPR, US News & World Report, Hospital & Health Networks, McKnight’s, ADVANCE for Long-Term Care, AHCA and LeadingAge among other leading healthcare organizations.
Additionally, Mr. Fuller is a nationally recognized expert in bundled payments as one of only a few individuals in the US who has successfully submitted applications to CMS as a healthcare provider participant, consulted with hospitals and post-acute providers on bundled payment participation and was selected by the Center for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS) to serve as an expert panelist in application reviews for the Bundled Payment for Care Improvement initiative.
Kim Hodge, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC, CCRN-K
Director, BPCI Clinical Outcomes and Transitional Care Management
Kim Hodge is Director, BPCI Clinical Outcomes and Transitional Care Management for naviHealth. She has extensive experience in adult critical care, Accountable Care Organizations, and the BPCI Model 2. She is known for her expertise in many areas of acute and critical care as well as complex case management, developing post-acute continuing care networks to achieve clinical integration across the continuum, and transitional care within both episodes and across the continuum.
Senior Editor, Data and Research, Hospitals & Health Networks Magazine
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