“Transforming Health Care From Volume to Value”

WELCOME & PROGRAM INTRODUCTION

Every institution is facing this challenge, but each institution’s journey is going to be different, based on their current situation and the specific demands of their market and the communities they serve.

Trustees, executive leadership and physician leaders will view these challenges from differing perspectives within each institution or health system.

Estes Park faculty will surface the questions, concerns and opportunities inherent in this transformational change in the way we deliver and finance care in this country.

HOW WE GOT HERE – AN OVERVIEW – Jim Kopf

THE DRIVERS OF CHANGE – Steve Tringale

CHANGES IN WASHINGTON & THE STATES – Stuart Altman, PhD and Jennifer Bell

PANEL DISCUSSION

 

“Beginning Transformation within Your Organization”

ANNOUNCEMENTS & VIDEO

To successfully transform to a value care organization, it is critical to consider the infrastructure, governance and alignment of staff and systems needed to manage risk, engage patients and deliver high quality, safe care inside and outside the hospital.

All healthcare organizations must evolve and embrace a customer‑focused culture that will transform their organizations into a superior integrated delivery system. This is a journey, not a single event.

BEGINNING TRANSFORMATION WITHIN YOUR ORGANIZATION – Della Lin, MD

AN OVERVIEW — THE FIRST THINGS TO DO – Leanne Kaiser Carlson, MSHA

RISK MANAGEMENT AND REGULATIONS IN THIS EXTENDED ENVIRONMENT

NEW WAYS OF GENERATING REVENUE AND COST CONTAINMENT- John Tiscornia, MBA, CPA

PANEL DISCUSSION – FOLLOWED BY Q & A

 

“Beginning Transformation in Your Community”

ANNOUNCEMENTS AND VIDEO

Our theme today is concise and compelling. As consumers increasingly seek care outside of the traditional hospital setting, healthcare leaders must proactively diversify their organizations’ revenue base.  Change requires new collaboration and strategic partnerships in the community to respond to evolving customer needs.

BEGINNING TRANSFORMATION WITHIN YOUR COMMUNITY – HOW WE APPROACH THE FUTURE – Leanne Kaiser Carlson, MSHA

BUILDING YOUR POST-ACUTE CARE BASE – Joseph Scherger, MD, MPH

What do you want to accomplish with Post-Acute Care?

Reduced readmissions?
Improved health of the patients and family?
Repairing the social determinants of health?

Who should be on your Post-Acute Care team?

Nurse case managers?
Social Workers?
What therapists? – physical, mental health?

How will you measure your success?

MANAGING HIGH UTILIZERS – GETTING PEOPLE TO CHANGE

SAFETY OF CARE IN THE COMMUNITY – A RESPONSIBILITY OF HOSPITALS? – Della Lin, MD

PANEL DISCUSSION AND AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION

 

“Transformation: A Strategy with Risks”

ANNOUNCEMENTS AND VIDEO

There are many things in today’s world that keep hospitals and health care generally unstable. The cost of health care is a problem for individuals, states and the federal government.  Corporations that have disrupted other areas of the economy are entering the field.  At the same time, there is a clear understanding that many health care social problems affect people’s health.  Transformation will occur, but it must be in a way that will help the community.

TRANSFORMATION: A STRATEGY WITH RISKS – Steven Tringale

NEW GOVERNMENT GUIDANCE ON CORPORATE COMPLIANCE – TIME TO UP YOUR GAME – Jim Kopf and Dan Mulholland, Esq.

THE SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH – IS POPULATION HEALTH THE FIRST STEP? – Della Lin, MD

DISRUPTIVE IDEAS AND CORPORATIONS ENTER THE FIELD – A GROWING THREAT TO THE HOSPITAL AND TO VALUE-BASED CARE – Jennifer Bell, John Horty, LLB and John Tiscornia, MBA, CPA

USING ANALYTIC DATA AND TRANSFORMATION

THE LIKELIHOOD OF VARIOUS ASPECTS OF TRANSFORMATION – Rob Mechanic, MBA

 

“Prepare for value-based care like your hospital’s future depends on it!” – Jim Kopf

 

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