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  1. Annual Healthcare Industry Data Almanac

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    HealthLeaders Media Annual Healthcare Industry Data Almanac - 4 Format Options!

    The Annual Healthcare Industry Data Almanac is the latest critical resource needed for your 2017 planning from HealthLeaders Media.

    Choose from the below formats. Buy the PDF/PowerPoint/Print Combo and save!
  2. How BCBS-NC Uses Cost and Quality Transparency to Drive Patient Choice - On-Demand
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    How BCBS-NC Uses Cost and Quality Transparency to Drive Patient Choice - On-Demand

    Presented by: Brian Caveney, MD, JD, MPH
    Presented on: January 26, 2016

    Discover what motivated BCBS-NC to become a trailblazer in transparency, what tools and technology are leading the organization to success, and how payers and providers can work together to deliver the highest quality value-based care.
  3. Executive Compensation: Strategies to Align With New Directions
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    Executive Compensation: Strategies to Align With New Directions

    Learn compensation tactics to inspire the executive team to guide the organization away from volume-based incentives and toward value-based metrics.
  4. Physician Compensation to Drive Value: Models from Highmark Inc. and Texas Health Resources
    Price: $279
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    Physician Compensation to Drive Value: Models from Highmark Inc. and Texas Health Resources - On-Demand

    Presented on: May 12, 2015
    Presented by: Mark A. Piasio, MD, MBA and Jonathan Scholl
    Rebroadcast from October 24 for popular demand.

    Join healthcare leaders as they discuss strategies and metrics for implementing a value-based model of physician compensation.
  5. Slashing Readmissions: ProMedica’s Clinical and Financial Model
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    Slashing Readmissions: ProMedica’s Clinical and Financial Model - On-Demand

    Presented on: Tuesday, May 5, 2015
    Presented by: Lee W. Hammerling, MD and Terri Thompson
    Rebroadcast from February 18 for popular demand.

    Leaders from ProMedica reveal strategies to reduce readmission through innovative population management models, community outreach programs, and improved care transitions.
  6. Slashing Readmissions: ProMedica’s Clinical and Financial Model
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    Slashing Readmissions: ProMedica’s Clinical and Financial Model - On-Demand

    Presented on: Wednesday, February 18, 2015
    Presented by: Lee W. Hammerling, MD and Terri Thompson

    Leaders from ProMedica reveal strategies to reduce readmission through innovative population management models, community outreach programs, and improved care transitions.
  7. Succeeding in the Risk Era: How to Accelerate Progress Toward a Value-Based Future
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    Succeeding in the Risk Era: How to Accelerate Progress Toward a Value-Based Future

    When and how will providers make the move to value-based care? Gauge the progress, anticipate the hurdles, and apply best practices from peers in transition.
  8. Reforming Executive Compensation to Accelerate Change
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    Reforming Executive Compensation to Accelerate Change

    This report outlines how organizations can best incentivize leaders to guide their organizations in new directions to meet evolving demands.
  9. The Clinical Strategy for Financial Health:  Care Redesign & Standardization
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    The Clinical Strategy for Financial Health: Care Redesign & Standardization

    This report reveals how providers are reaping big gains from care standardization and care redesign in the battle to control costs.
  10. The Clinical Strategy for Financial Health:  Care Redesign & Standardization
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    The Clinical Strategy for Financial Health: Care Redesign & Standardization

    This report reveals how providers are reaping big gains from care standardization and care redesign in the battle to control costs.
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