Break Down Silos and Increase Your Value as a Partner by Improving Outcomes and Reducing Costs
The 2nd Annual Post-Acute Care Integration Summit convenes professionals from Post-Acute Care (PAC) - home health, skilled nursing, long-term acute care hospitals, and hospice - hospitals and health systems, ACOs, and health plans, to explore how to adapt and succeed in a value-based world. Discussions include how to optimize care and communication across the continuum, improve partnerships, and navigate Medicare, Medicaid, and commercial payment.
QUESTIONS WE WILL ANSWER:
- How do you adapt your business model and operations to a value-based purchasing environment?
- How do you partner, establish, and sustain a PAC preferred provider network?
- How do you align financial interests and maximize outcomes in a Next Gen ACO-PAC relationship?
- What data-driven analytics capabilities do you need to lower the cost of care and reduce unnecessary re-hospitalization?
- What types of technology are transforming PAC and Long-Term Care patient experience, outcomes, and costs?
- How does Home Health and Medicare Advantage advance Aging in Place initiatives?
- What are the advantages, benefits, and considerations of starting a Medicare Advantage Special Needs Plan?
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