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Innovations In New Payment Models: A Look At State Examples Of Value-Based Payments

Webinar | July 14, 2020 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm ET
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Webinar: Innovations In New Payment Models: A Look At State Examples Of Value-Based Payments

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Description: The healthcare economy continues to shift from the fee-for-service model that has been in existence for decades to value-based payment. While there are many forms of value-based models being trialed and implemented, there are examples of models that span slight experimentation through provider organizations partnering with payers to take on full medical risk for a population. In this webinar, two national experts will discuss the innovations around new payment models in a lively townhall format.

Participants will learn:

  • The structure of some value-based models and their requirements
  • State-based examples of value-based reimbursements
  • A list of to-dos for those organizations evaluating their readiness and actions to consider in preparing for value-based payment

Speakers are volunteering their time for this presentation.


Please Note: Due to high levels of interest, please access this webinar via your computer. If you are unable to access via your computer or prefer to dial-in via phone, please click here to register for the 3:00pm ET rebroadcast.

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Event Speakers

Deb Adler, CPHQ
Featured Speaker

Deb Adler, CPHQ, has more than 20 years of experience in executive health care roles, serving in a variety of capacities, including network executive, quality management executive, and COO. She is the former Senior Vice President of Network Strategy for Optum, where she was responsible for behavioral health network development, contracting, and strategy for over 185,000 providers. In this role, she developed the largest performance-tiered behavioral health network, the largest telemental health network, and the largest medication-assisted treatment (MAT) network. She was also responsible for implementing network initiatives to promote medical/behavioral integration, improve member outcomes, and reduce total cost of care through collaborative care models. Currently, she serves as a Senior Associate at OPEN MINDS. Ms. Adler earned her MA in psychology and evaluation from Catholic University of America and is a Certified Professional in Health Care Quality (CPHQ).

Steven Remillard
Featured Speaker

Steven Remillard currently serves as a Senor Associate at OPEN MINDS. Brining over 25 years of experience in the health and human service field, he leads projects related to value-based purchasing, integrated care programming, HEDIS measurement, data-driven organizational development and social determinants of health Previously, Mr. Remillard served as the Special Assistant to the Secretary Of the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services. In this role, Dr. Remillard directed a Federal grant to promote innovation in hospital-based behavioral and physical healthcare integration. Dr. Remillard also supported various stakeholder groups in the implementation of integrated care planning.

Paul Duck

Paul Duck currently serves as a Senior Associate at OPEN MINDS. He brings over 30 years of experience in leadership and management, focusing on managed care, health information technology organizations, strategy, business development and market expansion, and customer experience optimization to the OPEN MINDS team. Previously, Mr. Duck has served in roles such as Vice President, Strategy & Development for Beacon Health Options, the Vice President of Business Development for Netsmart Technologies, and Chief Executive Officer for Coastal Orthopedics. Mr. Duck earned his Bachelor of Arts in Business Management from Case Western Reserve University.  He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Electronic Engineering Technology from the Electronic Technology Institute.

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