United States

Care System Redesign Webcast series: Enabling New Payment and Service Delivery Models Through Technology

Thursday November 20, 2014 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EST
From Healthcare & Life Sciences Institute

KPMG Healthcare & Life Sciences Institute


Event Overview

You may embrace a traditional fee-for-service model, be moving toward a future of fee-for-outcomes, serve government program beneficiaries, or fall at some point in between. No matter which model you reflect, economic, regulatory and consumer pressure is mounting to institute the right technology to help manage risk related to the populations you serve.

Following this webcast, participants will have an understanding how to use technology to support Value Based delivery arrangements. We will share insights on how technologies are being used to improve outcomes, beneficiary and enrollee experience of care, and population health, while reducing healthcare costs through quality improvement. Particular focus will be on the relationship and technology interchange between payers, providers and patients.

Featured speakers, Carol Helton, Senior Vice President, Medecision, and KPMG professionals Mike Beaty and Joe Kuehn will discuss key items including:

  • Using technology to support new and redesigned risk sharing models, and approaches to Value Based Contracting
  • Collaborating with partners to achieve system transformation and improved clinical management
  • Population health management leading practices
  • Case studies from the field
  • Implementation considerations and lessons learned

Never before have so many new technology solutions and data entry points been available. Stakeholders from all healthcare segments (Public, Private, Safety Net providers, etc.) must have a clearly defined technology strategy and roadmap in order to take full advantage of these capabilities to improve the care delivery process, manage populations and drive better outcomes. This is true of self-directed and funded strategic initiatives, as well as the many government sponsored programs and redesign efforts.