Accountable Care Organizations and Clinical Integration - Now, Later or Never? A Report from the Field - Webconference
October 27, 2011
2 - 3 p.m.
This Webconference is for HANYS’ members only.
HANYS is pleased to announce New Models of Care Delivery: From Strategy to Execution, a new Webconference series that addresses executive level strategic issuesrelated tomaking the business case for new models of care across the continuum, and integrating collaboration into all systems and operations.
In this era of national and state health care reform, providers are challenged to analyze their organizations’ processes for caring for populations with chronic diseases, and to develop and implement new delivery models of care, payment structures, and quality initiatives. This Webconference series will provide information, ideas, and practices that promote “outside the box” thinking for all levels within an organization.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services will soon designate the first Medicare Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs); however, across the country, hospitals, physicians, and health plans are not waiting and are accelerating the development of commercial ACOs.
Many hospitals, physicians, and other providers are examining their state of readiness for ACOs and are preparing to become clinically integrated, to take advantage of anticipated opportunities through this delivery model.
This Webconference will provide a working knowledge of ACOs, help participants begin a self-assessment of essential core capabilities that will be required for effective ACO participation, and outline steps to align with physicians and post-acute providers in a unified approach to ACO development and financial participation. The Webconference will also assess partnership options that could create synergies with other providers in the marketplace to serve defined patient populations.
Each Webconference will include a question-and-answer session.
To register for any or all of the remaining Webconferences in this series, please click on the links below:
- Behavioral Health and Primary Care Integration – November 16
- Care Transitions & Reducing Readmissions – December 1
Who should attend
The following professionals are appropriate for this program:
- Chief Executive Officers
- Chief Financial Officers
- Chief Operating Officers
- Community Health Coordinators
- Directors of Public Relations
James R. Smith, Senior Vice President
The Camden Group
Continuing education credits
There are no continuing education credits being offered with this program.
The registration deadline for this program is October 26. Please contact Christopher Guyon at email@example.com at (518) 431-7834 if you have questions regarding online registration.
If you have questions regarding the program, please contact Amy Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org at (518) 431-7650.
Please note that this session will be recorded and available for members on our website within 5 business days of the presentation.
Login instructions and program materials will be e-mailed to registrants on October 25.