Payer-Provider Strategies: New Rules for Facing Risk Together

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This report reveals how top providers and payers are finding new and better ways to align incentives and share risk.

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Pubcode: INTELBP0315
Price: $499

Early efforts at delivering value-based care have benefited patients and payers more than the providers who do the work. This report, Payer-Provider Strategies:  New Rules for Facing Risk Together reveals how providers are finding new ways of caring for both patients and populations based on a better understanding of risk.
Gain insights into key strategies and spending plans, such as the following:

  • Find out how UPMC Health Plan has saved nearly $15 million in medical costs since converting its primary care practices to its patient-centered medical home model.
  • Uncover the key discipline that payers have mastered and that providers must learn, or at least better understand.
  • Get examples of how North Shore-LIJ Health System and its CareConnect health plan subsidiary use shared data and shared clinical practice guidelines to align incentives.
  • Discover how best to demonstrate organizational strength during negotiations with commercial payers.
  • See how Crystal Run Healthcare’s care standards for diabetes patients helped to reduce office-related charges by about 9 percent and hospital admissions by about 14 percent.
  • Learn how providers can turn the subject of negotiations from reimbursement policies to value-based care and risk sharing by focusing on breadth of care service offerings and extended access to care
  • Find out how primary care physicians, specialists, and staff at Crystal Run Healthcare collaborated to implement effective care standards based on best practices.

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