Realizing the Potential of Post-Acute Care Partnerships

  • October 18, 2016
  • 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET
  • Online

Post-acute care (PAC) can account for approximately 40% of a Medicare Advantage plan’s cost for a 90 day episode of care. However, an integrated PAC solution has the potential to reduce total per episode costs by as much as 25%. Today, a number of systemic issues impede health plan efforts to reduce post-acute care costs, improve quality and simplify the administration of these services. But that is about to change with the introduction of new Health Plan and PAC partnership models built on value based payments approaches.

This webinar will address the challenges Medicare and Medicaid Health Plans face in managing PAC delivery and costs, the value-improvement opportunity presented by an integrated PAC partnership model, and the critical features of a Health Plan/PAC partnership solution.


Gary Jacobs mugGary Jacobs, Executive Vice President, Strategic Relationships, CareCentrix
Gary is responsible for accelerating CareCentrix’s transition to value-based care through external partnership development.

Gary brings more than 25 years of public policy experience to CareCentrix, focused on creating more efficient collaborations between health providers and payers to benefit recipients of Medicare and Medicaid.

Prior to joining CareCentrix, Gary was a Managing Director in the Heath Industries Advisory Practice at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), leading the National Government Programs practice. Throughout his career, Gary has been responsible for implementing enterprise-wide planning initiatives, strategic alliances, government affairs, and identification of acquisitions and new business opportunities for clients. He currently serves on the boards of the Visiting Nurse Association of America, Primary Care Development Corporation, the National Hispanic Council on Aging Business Advisory Board, and the Dean’s Council American University School of Public Affairs and Administration.