Exclusive Research: Inside Value-Based Care 2018

  • July 12, 2018
  • 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM ET
  • online

Value-Based Care programs continue to expand and grow with many groups now starting to scale early pilot programs. This latest payer research sought to uncover what specific value-based care approaches are being used and how and included a deep dive into episode of care programs.

We will present the findings of our 2018 VBC research in which we asked payers to share what VBC models they are using and how. This research will also detail what approaches payers who are experiencing value-based program success (cost savings and quality improvements) are using.

Attendees will learn: 

  1. What VBC models successful plans are leveraging
  2. What markets and episode categories specific value-based care models are targeting.
  3. Where bundled payments programs are being most effective.


Susan Sebelsky, Director, Client Solutions, ORC International

Susan Sebelsky has been with ORC for seven years, during which time she has leveraged various research methodologies to help healthcare companies develop market-leading strategies.  She specializes in the design and implementation of initiatives to inform product and program development in a changing healthcare landscape. Susan graduated from Lehigh University with a BS in Biopharmaceutical Engineering and a minor in Sociology.

Andrei Gonzales, MD, AVP, VBR Product Management, Change Healthcare

Dr. Andrei Gonzales leads strategic customer engagements to develop and implement Change Healthcare’s value-based based payment capabilities. Prior to this role, he managed customer engagements and provided expert guidance to help customers develop and establish pilot programs using the Change Healthcare Episode Management solution. Dr. Gonzales has been with Change Healthcare (previously McKesson) for eleven years, first managing physician-oriented acute care solutions at McKesson Provider Technologies. Prior to joining McKesson, he led product management for Medtronic Navigation’s cranial image guided surgery team and physician solutions at Thomson Micromedex. He received his MD from the University of Washington, School of Medicine.