Thursday, May 18, 2017 • 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Essential Strategies to Design and Implement a Successful Bundled Payments Model
For many health systems, voluntary or mandated bundles have represented the pivot to transition from fee-for-service to value-based reimbursement. Bundled payment models require new capability development to optimize performance. Organizations are challenged to shift from vertical thinking about sites of care to a horizontally connected view of the patient experience across the continuum. Many paradigm shifts are required encompassing people, processes, and use of data. This presentation will provide an overview of tips and success strategies for this value transformation journey. Novant Health will share their personal journey and lessons learned during this transition.
Key topics to be addressed include:
• Overview of the similarities and differences of voluntary and mandated Bundled Payment Models
• Capability development required to succeed with bundles
• Key success strategies
• A health system’s perspective regarding tips and lessons learned during this journey
Learning objectives include:
• Obtain knowledge regarding nuances between the voluntary and mandated bundled payment models
• Understand the key capability development required related to people, processes, and use of data
• Explore key success strategies to optimize bundled payment performance
• Assimilate tips and lessons learned from a health system’s perspective during this transition
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP LEADERS:
Donna Cameron is a Managing Director in Healthcare Strategic Solutions at Navigant. With 34 years invested in the healthcare field, Donna Cameron has an eclectic repertoire of skills from which to draw when assisting her clients. She specializes in performance improvement, strategic planning, program development, organizational and process redesign, and physician-hospital integration. Ms. Cameron has extensive expertise in the post-acute and long term care continuum, both as a clinician, operational executive, and consultant. Her experience spans multiple venues of care, including but not limited to inpatient rehabilitation facilities, skilled nursing facilities, long-term acute care hospitals, home health, and outpatient therapies. She has led several engagements supporting clients’ transition to value-based reimbursement models, including Bundled Payment for Care Improvement (BPCI), Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement (CJR), and Medicare Shared Savings Programs (MSSP). Donna has served as the Project Manager for large scale, multi-faceted client engagements focusing on horizontal integration and organizational transformation.
As a consultant, Ms. Cameron has led diverse engagements related to strategic plan development, post-acute strategy and operations improvement, value-based reimbursement preparation, clinical transformation, physician-hospital integration, service line business development, and specialty hospital development. She is a skilled change management facilitator. Articles she has authored appear in hfm Magazine and Healthcare Executive.
Amy Vance is the Senior Vice President of Population Health & Value Based Care for Novant Health. She served as Chief Operating Officer of Presbyterian Medical Center for 7 years as well as the Presbyterian Healthcare Chief Nursing Officer. In her current role, she has direct oversight of the strategic and operational focus of the care continuum in moving to value based care for Novant Health.
Amy enjoys professional affiliations as a member of the following organizations: the American College of Healthcare Executives, the American Organizations of Nurse Executives, the North Carolina Organization of Nurse Leaders and Sigma Theta Tau International – Alpha Upsilon Chapter and many others. As a registered nurse, holds three professional nursing certifications; Nursing Professional Development, Nursing Administration and CNOR. Amy earned her Master’s in Nursing Administration from New York University in 1996 and her Masters in Business Administration from Wingate University in December 2009.