Value-based Payment Series: The Role of Quality in Alternative Payment Models - Webconference
October 1, 2020
*PLEASE NOTE THIS WEBINAR HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FROM ITS ORIGINAL JUNE 25TH DATE*
Noon - 1 p.m.
Registration is open to HANYS Members and Non Members
Description: This session will explore the role of quality, including common challenges and benefits of focusing on creating a culture of continuous quality improvement. Hear from HANYS' quality advocacy, research and innovation team experts on the role of quality in alternative payment models. In addition, we’ll highlight systems that have leveraged superior quality approaches to improve their performance in such arrangements.
Objectives for this session include:
- describe key quality improvement principles and approaches to guide VBP work;
- review performance improvement readiness and monitoring tools; and
- understand best practices from systems that have undergone innovative change toward VBP.
Kathleen Rauch, RN, MSHQS, BSN, CPHQ, Senior Director, Quality Advocacy, Research, and Innovation, HANYS
Erin Gretzinger, Associate Director, Quality Advocacy, Research, and Innovation, HANYS
HANYS Value-based Payment Series
This webinar is part of HANYS Value-based Payment Series. Content in each session will highlight various aspects that providers and systems must consider as the shift from volume to value-based payment continues. Each session will highlight HANYS experts as well as system experiences. Additional sessions are listed below:
July 9: Experiences and Challenges
August 20: The Role of Data in Alternative Payment Models
October 1: The Role of Quality in Alternative Payment Models
October 29: Physician Alignment and Buy-in in Alternative Payment Models
November 19: Engaging Payers in Alternative Payment Models
December 17: What Impacts the Cost of Care?
Continuing Education Credits
There are no continuing education credits associated with this webinar.
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