As healthcare affordability, informed consumerism, and price transparency become mainstream issues that determine consumer loyalty to providers and payers, episodes-of-care (EOC) provide consistent parameters to allow them to be empowered decision makers. 

During this webinar, attendees will hear from a leading IDC analyst and a Change Healthcare executive about how health plans can use a standardized methodology for EOC to help improve quality and lower costs. 

Presenters will share:

  • Considerations for the development of a framework that provides ongoing quality measurement to drive continuous performance improvement.
  • Use case scenarios including both acute, chronic disease, and “other” episodes, like pregnancy.
  • Illustration of how analytics can be used to drive savings and transparency that can  translate into a market momentum.
  • Critical factors to help guide the development or advancement of alternative payment models that consider both primary care providers and specialists.

Featured Speakers

Summerpal Kahlon, MD

Value Based Payments Evangelist
Change Healthcare

Summerpal serves as an advocate for the advancement of value-based care, engaging stakeholders across the healthcare continuum to promote adoption of advanced healthcare delivery models. With Change Healthcare’s vital role in enabling key elements of value-based care, Summerpal works with the entire Change Healthcare team to identify ongoing opportunities to change the status quo in healthcare

Jeff Rivkin

Research Director, Payer IT Strategies
IDC

Jeff Rivkin is Research Director of Payer IT Strategies for IDC Health Insights. In this role, he is responsible for research coverage on payer business and technology priorities; constituent and consumer engagement strategies; technology and business implications for consumer engagement; front-, middle-, and back-office functions; value-based reimbursement; risk; and quality-based payment and incentive programs, among other trends and technologies important to the payer community.

Date:  Thursday, October 29, 2020
Time:  2pm ET / 11am PT
Duration:  1 Hour

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