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Date(s) - Tuesday, February 09, 2016, 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

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Objectives for the Meeting

Learn:

  • Understand the PBP Work Group recommendations on Patient Attribution and Financial Benchmarking
  • Identify barriers to payer and provider alignment on patient attribution and financial benchmarking methodologies

Engage:

  • Ask your questions
  • Provide your comments to the recommendations on the draft White Papers
  • Prepare to submit written comments on the papers

Agenda

  • Opening Remarks – Anne Gauthier
  • Guiding Committee Updates – Elizabeth Mitchell
  • PBP Work Group Overview – Dana Gelb Safran
  • Panel
    • Facilitator – Dana Gelb Safran
    • Patient Attribution: Assumptions and Recommendations – Amy Nguyen Howell
    • Financial Benchmarking: Assumptions and Recommendations – Michael E. Chernew
  • Q&A
    • Facilitator – Elizabeth Mitchell
  • Upcoming LAN Activities and Closing Comments – Elizabeth Mitchell

Summary

During the LAN Update held on February 9, 2016, the LAN discusses the Population-Based Payment (PBP) Work Group recommendations on Patient Attribution and Financial Benchmarking, and barriers to payer and provider alignment on patient attribution and financial benchmarking methodologies. Dr. Dana Gelb Safran of Blue Cross Blue Shield Massachusetts presents the PBP Work Group priority areas and the recently released Draft White Paper recommendations on Patient Attribution and Financial Benchmarking, and Dr. Amy Nguyen Howell from CAPG presents the LAN’s key steps in patient attribution and patient attribution recommendations. Lastly, Dr. Michael Chernew from Harvard Medical School presents the LAN’s financial benchmarking principles, assumptions, and recommendations. Listen to the panel address questions from the audience on several topics that include how a provider or provider organization can facilitate and encourage patient attestation and self-reporting in PBP models, patient attribution to specialty providers and hospital systems, prospective attribution versus retrospective attribution in PBP models, and how self-insured employers are involved in patient attribution. View the slides from the presentation, follow-up questions and answers, and a full recording of the webinar.

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To achieve the goal of better care, smarter spending, and healthier people, the U.S. health care system must substantially reform its payment structure to incentivize quality, health outcomes, and value over volume. The Health Care Payment Learning and Action Network (LAN) was established as a collaborative network of public and private stakeholders, including health plans, providers, patients, employers, consumers, states, federal agencies, and other partners within the health care community.

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