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  • June 25‐28
    Orlando, FL
  • Session Spotlights

    Using Data to Improve Patient Outcomes

    Harlan Krumholz, MD will share his experience using data from EHRs and claims to improve care delivery. His approach focuses on “asking” the right questions and choosing measurable metrics that will illuminate operational improvements that result in better clinical outcomes at a lower total cost of care.

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    Behavioral Economics and Better Results

    David Asch will focus on innovative ways of applying insights from behavioral economics toward the goal of improving individual health behaviors.

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    A Total Systems Approach to Improving Patient Safety

    In this session, Tejal Gandhi, MD will address health care’s progress in the patient safety arena, the intangible dimensions of patient harm, and the strategies and tools needed to ensure that patient safety.

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    Patient Centered Leadership for Accountable Care

    Susan Frampton will share successful strategies for developing a patient-centered leadership culture that creates the foundation for accountable care.

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    Medicaid and State Level APMs: Implications for Health Plans, Hospitals, and Physicians

    Francois de Brantes will discuss how states across the country are working to develop or implement payment and delivery system reform programs.

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    Session Spotlights

    Driving Transparency and Innovation in Health Care

    In this session, Eddie Segel will outline the forces and trends behind the industry-wide trend toward transparency and consumer empowerment.

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Behavioral Economics and Better Results

Date & Time (Eastern)

Tuesday, June 27 — 9:30  – 10:45 a.m

Speakers

David Asch, MD,

Executive Director,
Center for Health Care Innovation

Summary

David Asch

Effective patient engagement plays a central role in improving healthcare quality and outcomes by helping facilitate the active involvement of individuals in the management of their health care. However, personal behaviors and the choices people make for themselves have a profound influence on the state of their health. While most people know what they need to do to improve their health, more often than not they fall short when it comes to taking effective action. Behavioral economics not only seeks to understand the powerful forces that impede the achievement of health care goals, but tries to turn those forces to an advantage. Dr. David Asch will focus on innovative ways of applying insights from behavioral economics toward the goal of improving individual health behaviors and positively affecting provider performance.

 

 

David Asch, MD, MBA discusses The Promise of Behavioral Economics for Health in this February 2017 published hfm Blog post.

Level

Overview

Prerequisites

Knowledge of patient engagement and performance metrics

Field of Study

Specialized Knowledge

CPE

1.5

Session Topic

Leadership & Strategy
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