Payers face challenges in providing scalable, differentiated care coordination to succeed in increasingly value-based contracts. How can executive payer leaders deliver enterprise-wide virtual care solutions to high and rising-risk members to improve clinical and financial outcomes? Hear from CCP's leadership to learn how they implemented Deviceless Remote Patient Monitoring as an integral part of their virtual care strategy.

Learning objectives:

  • Examine the approach and strategic rationale behind CCP's virtual care strategy that enables proactive care coordination to high and rising risk populations
  • Understand how payers can improve member engagement and satisfaction
  • Describe CCP's experience implementing Deviceless Remote Patient Monitoring and its clinical outcomes for chronic conditions

Featured Speakers

Miguel Venereo, M.D., FACOG, CPPS

Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer
Community Care Plan

A 36-year veteran in the healthcare industry, Dr. Venereo has held the position of Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer at Community Care Plan since 2014. Prior to joining CCP, he practiced OB/GYN for over 15 years in Broward County. After retiring from active clinical practice, Dr. Venereo served as Medical Director for Medicaid and Medicare Health Plans, as well as Physician Liaison and Director Medical Affairs for two of the largest hospital systems in South Florida.

Community Care Plan (CCP), known as the health plan with a heart, was established in 2000 as South Florida Community Care Network and is owned by two of the largest safety-net hospitals in Florida, Broward Health (North Broward Hospital District) and Memorial Healthcare System (South Broward Hospital District). CCP was the first and remains the longest-standing Provider Service Network (PSN) in the state. CCP has also achieved the highest quality scores in Florida for four consecutive years and is the only Florida Medicaid plan to achieve five stars in pregnancy care for four consecutive years based on Medicaid Health Plan Report Cards.

Blake Marggraff

CEO and co-founder
CareSignal

Blake Marggraff is CEO and co-founder of CareSignal, a deviceless remote patient monitoring platform that reduces hospitalizations and improves care for patients with chronic conditions. CareSignal partners with health plans, self-funded employers, health systems, and physician groups across the US. Blake previously grew nationally recognized technology company Betabox Labs to cash flow positive while attending Washington University in St. Louis. Blake is the Intel ISEF winner of 2011, St. Louis 30 Under 30, and HIMSS19 Champions of Health for evidence in digital health.

Date:  Wednesday, July 28, 2021
Time:  1pm ET / 10am PT
Duration:  1 Hour

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