Pearls for Practice is a bundle of sessions that were recorded live at the 2017 Annual Assembly.
The Health Care Delivery System bundle contains the following sessions in MP3 format:
Thinking Big: How You Can Develop a Palliative Care Program at Population Health's Leading EdgePresenters: Christopher Jones, MD FAAHPM, Stacie Pinderhughes, MD, Julie Lehn, PharmD, Arif Kamal, MD MHS MBA FAAHPM
Objectives: Articulate how Palliative Care (PC) is a solution to Population Health needs...
Objectives: Articulate how Palliative Care (PC) is a solution to Population Health needs. Describe the varied historical drivers of PC program development. Utilizing the Banner Health experience as a guide, create a path forward within your institution to focus on PopH needs using the PC program.
Building Payer-Provider Partnerships for Innovative Palliative Care ModelsPresenters: Jatin Dave, MD MPH, Parag Bharadwaj, MD FAAHPM, Tom Gualtieri-Reed, MBA BA, Dana Lustbader, MD, Bruce Smith, MD
Objectives: Describe the value of Palliative Care from payer and provider perspective to achieve quadruple aim. Describe actions payers are taking to integrate palliative care into payment models, care management programs, and benefits. Identify the critical steps necessary to build effective payer-provider partnerships to support those with serious illness.
Three Palliative Care Models in Population Health Management SystemsPresenters: Joshua Lakin, MD, Catherine Arnold, MSW LICSW, Rachelle Bernacki, MD MS FAAHPM, Rebecca Cunningham, MD, Julia Gallagher, MD, Martha Quigley, MS GNP-BC ACHPN, Jan Lamey, MS, Arjun Rangarajan, MPH MBBS
Objectives: Describe the state of the science of population health management and the potential intersections with palliative care. Discuss the rationale, design and target populations for 3 programs designed to deliver earlier palliative care to specific subpopulations of patients within a PHM system. Describe opportunities and challenges in implementing palliative care interventions across the spectrum of patient illness in population health management programs.
Where Payers and Providers Overlap: Navigating the EdgePresenters: Allison Silvers, MBA, Torrie Fields, MPH BA BS, Anna Gosline, NA, Diane Meier, MD FACP FAAHPM
Objectives: Define the best opportunities for palliative care providers to assume population management responsibilities for seriously ill patients. Evaluate two different approaches that payers are taking to ensure quality and cost-effectiveness for their members. Describe effective mechanisms to risk stratify patient populations and coordinate care across provider organizations to meet required outcomes, and consider the roles that either—or both—the payer and the provider can take in these areas.
Palliative Care and Population Health Management: Key Steps on the Path to IntegrationPresenters: Jean Kutner, MD MSPH FAAHPM, Christine Ritchie, MD FAAHPM, Margaret Reidy, MD, Jean Haynes, MBA RN
Objectives: Describe the current status, and predicted future, of population health in the setting of the Affordable Care Act. Identify post-acute care strategies that effectively meet the needs of patients with serious advanced illness. Describe approaches for enhancing care for people with complex care needs and measuring the effectiveness of these approaches.