Building the Business Case for Complex Care
In this session, you will hear how Regional One Health has created a successful complex CAE program, focused on uninsured medically and socially complex patients, who are high cost, high need. You'll also see how they have demonstrated improved outcomes from cost, utilization, quality, and satisfaction perspectives which have made a positive impact to the financial position of the organization.
Predictive analytics for real time cost manangement
Learn how Texas Health Resources made the leap to real-time management of costs using a financial decision support platform, augment with visualizations and integration of third-party data. During this session, attendees will gain understanding of how to best utilize data to identify real-time opportunities to manage and save cost.
How do Hospitals Respond to Private Equity Physician Deals?
While hospitals have a myriad competition for affiliation transactions with direct hospital and even larger group competitors, the advent of private equity deals has created another formidable challenge. This session not only presents the PE model with real world examples, it offers an alternative explanation of a "PE-like" model for hospitals. The session will provide practical examples of how hospitals may counteract and respond to PE transactions by not only providing alternative and analogous structures, but by also considering legal and regulatory issues. The attendees will afterward possess definitive strategies with legally sanitized parameters to compete with PE deals.
Capital Market Outlook
This session will discuss the impact of the coronavirus on Moody's ratings and the forward-view on credit post containment and reopening. You'll also examine recent rating activity and the incorporation of federal and state support in credit analysis. Finally, Ms. Goldstein will share Moody's longer-term implications of the pandemic, largely the weakening economy, expectations for rising uncompensated care, and the effect on financial leveraage and debt burdens.