Reimbursement Model Transition Planning: From Fee-for-Volume to Fee-for-Value
Dr. John Bennett
Capital District Physicians Health Plan
Daniel C. Honerbrink, FHFMA, FACHE
Fairmont General Hospital
John D. Leech, LLB
Chief Administrative Officer & VP, Residential Services
SVP, Healthcare Banking
While it is understood that payment reform is occurring as a result of healthcare reform, it is not fully understood how providers plan for a transition from a fee-for-volume to a fee-for-value reimbursement model. The topic of reimbursement transition is still largely developing and consequently, there are no definitive answers at this point. There will likely not be an exact point in time when the reimbursement model will change and, as a result, it is important to develop specific strategies, including budgeting, managing productivity and outcomes, and reporting performance. This panel discussion features thought leaders and professionals from varying points in the care continuum—including a senior care provider, a healthcare consultant, a hospital, and a payer—who all share their thoughts on managing the transition from fee-for-volume to fee-for-value.
After This Webinar You'll Be Able To:
- Describe care models such as ACO and PCMH
- Assess financial planning and budgeting strategies
- Compare staffing requirements (clinical and non-clinical)
- Describe technology requirements
- Examine techniques for preparing your organization’s board for change
Tools and Takeaways
Framework for understanding and developing the capabilities necessary to manage anticipated value-based payment models.
CEOs, CFOs, accounting directors, and finance executives
HFMA members: Free
Note: This on-demand webinar is available until May 30, 2014.