HealthLeaders Media LIVE from Intermountain Healthcare: Shared Accountability

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A bold plan to redesign care, engage patients and align financial incentives

Intermountain Healthcare is changing the modern accountable care system by designing a system in which physicians, employers, health plans and most importantly patients all share in the risks and rewards of better health at reduced cost.




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HLM LIVE from Intermountain Healthcare: Shared Accountability

A bold plan to redesign care, engage patients and align financial incentives

Presented on: June 21, 2016
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“Accountable Care” is a delivery model that includes a payment system and is intended to achieve better health, better care, and more affordable costs. The model seeks to improve coordination of care and to align financial payment with better outcomes. Intermountain Healthcare has adopted a far-reaching accountable care strategy to transform the delivery of care with a view to improving population health. It is one of the health system innovators that is on the leading edge of taking on true risk for accountable care. Intermountain’ s population health vision—which they call “Shared Accountability”—is a system where physicians, hospitals, employers, health plans and, most importantly, patients all share accountability for achieving better health at an affordable cost.

For more than three decades, Intermountain Healthcare has been focused on reducing unwarranted variation in care and improving clinical outcomes. Through its health plan—SelectHealth—they have been able to align financial incentives that will keep premium rate increases below national averages, while allowing contract lengths that give enough time to affect meaningful improvement in the health of the patient population. Join us for this three-hour deep-dive event to hear how Intermountain is working to engage physicians and develop genuine patient engagement tools to involve patients in managing their own health.

In this on-demand e-conference, you will discover how Intermountain Healthcare’s “Shared Accountability” program:

  • Engages physicians and other providers around evidence-based standards to reduce unwarranted variation in care
  • Aligns financial incentives so that physician income is not driven just by the volume of care
  • Draws patients and members into their own health through benefit design, better care management, patient education, and other tools.
  • Uses analytics to understand the overall risk of a population.

HLM LIVE from Intermountain Healthcare: Shared Accountability

A bold plan to redesign care, engage patients and align financial incentivess

Presented on June 21, 2016
Hosted by: Intermountain Healthcare


Learning Objectives

Learn how Intermountain Healthcare’s “Shared Accountability” program:

  • Engages physicians and other providers around evidence-based standards to reduce unwarranted variation in care
  • Aligns financial incentives so that physician income is not driven just by the volume of care
  • Draws patients and members into their own health through benefit design, better care management, patient education, and other tools.
  • Uses analytics to understand the overall risk of a population. 

Speakers

From the Intermountain Healthcare Population Health Team:

  • Joe Mott, Vice President of Population Health
  • Stephen Barlow, MD, Medical Director, Population Health
  • Dan Liljenquist, JD, Director of Special Projects
  • David Dirks, Assistant Vice President of Population Health
  • Robert McConville, Director of Population Health
  • Sun Ha Lee, Director of Population Health 
  • Polina Konuchkova, Project Manager, Population Health

About the Host

Intermountain Healthcare

Intermountain Healthcare is a not-for-profit health system based in Salt Lake City that serves healthcare needs of Utah and southeastern Idaho residents.

Intermountain’s mission is “helping people live the healthiest lives possibleSM—and the organization is focused on continually improving clinical quality and providing care as affordably as possible. Widely recognized as one of the nation's leading health systems, Intermountain comprises:

  • Health Services: includes 22 hospitals and more than 185 clinics 
  • Intermountain Medical Group: more than 1,500 multi-specialty doctors and caregivers 
  • SelectHealth: Utah’s leading health insurer, recognized for superior member satisfaction

All three parts of Intermountain contribute in essential ways to the sharing of best medical practices and raising the standards of clinical excellence. In addition, Intermountain works closely with highly aligned affiliated physicians who contribute to this model.

In a vertically integrated organization like Intermountain, costs aren't reduced only through economies of scale and efficient management. The really significant cost reductions are achieved by improving the total process of care. By optimizing care based on evidence-based best practices, Intermountain not only provides quality healthcare; it often achieves lasting improvement in the underlying health of patients and the community. Intermountain also plays a leading role in training healthcare professionals, and thousands have taken the Advanced Training Program created by Brent James, MD, MStat.