The Oncology Patient-Centered Medical Home: Improving Quality, Adapting Payment Models
Consultants in Medical Oncology and Hematology (CMOH), the first nationally-recognized Level III oncology Patient-Centered Medical Home by the NCQA (April 2010), have demonstrated dramatic improvements in both clinical and financial outcomes. They lowered emergency department visits by 68%, hospital admissions per patient treated with chemotherapy per year by 51%, and achieved significant reductions in the length of stay for admitted patients. With more effective resource utilization and considerable waste reduction, they are also beginning to see a substantial lift to their bottom line.
Don't miss this on-demand presentation led by John Sprandio, MD, FCAP, of CMOH and Oncology Management Services (OMS). He'll reveal physician-driven, patient-focused strategies for building a successful oncology patient-centered medical home model.
At the end of the program, participants will:
- Understand how the Oncology Patient-Centered Medical Home® (OPCMH®) model can be implemented to lower costs and streamline care services
- Get actionable examples of how to refine risk adjustment for this model
- Learn points of consideration to respond to value-based contracts and budgeted payment methodologies
- Acquire strategies for navigating the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ new Oncology Care Model (OCM) alternate payment methodology for physician practices administering chemotherapy
- Discover how patient-centered care can improve quality outcomes
- Identify how to incorporate “Big Data” with “Small Data” in the execution of highly personalized cancer care.
1. Overview of the Oncology Patient-Centered Medical Home® model
- Utilization Metrics
- Number of ED visits for Chemotherapy patients
- Hospital admissions per patient
- Hospice and utilization metrics in the last 60-30 days of life
- Staff Support
- Savings – how it works
- Technology supporting: work-flow, data collection, data presentation, response to data, documentation, and communication.
- Improved efficiency and work-place satisfaction for the physician-led care team
- Symptom Management
- Patient-centric access
- Strategy for prevention
- Point of first triage
- Telephone Triage Systems
- Performance Status driven decision making in non-curative situations
- Improved patient and family satisfaction
2. Mutually beneficial care system for patients, cancer programs/practices, ACO structures, and payers
- Clinically Integrated care models
- Medicare’s Oncology Care Model
- Payer response
- Benefits based on the model regarding documentation and risk adjustment as organizations take on more risk
3. Takeaway – Proactive Program Readiness Assessment Analysis
- Points of consideration to respond to value-based contracts and budget methodologies
4. Q&A (not live)
Meet the speaker:
John Sprandio, MD, FCAP
Chief Physician of Consultants in Medical Oncology and Hematology
Chairman of Oncology Management Services
Chief of Medical Oncology & Hematology
Delaware County Memorial Hospital
Webcast system requirements and program materials:
To fully benefit from the webcast experience, please note you will need a computer equipped with the following:
Internet: 56K or faster Internet connection (high-speed recommended)
Streaming: for audio/video streaming, Adobe Flash plug-in or Safari browser on iOS devices
Prior to the webcast, you will receive an e-mail with detailed system requirements, your log-in information, presentation slides, and other materials that you can print and distribute to all attendees at your location.
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Participation in the webcast is just $279 per site. All materials must be retrieved from the Internet.