In the shift to value-based medicine, pay-for-performance programs have been a go-to solution for reshaping the way physicians do their work. Yet when it comes to driving quality outcomes, the results of payment-based incentives have been mixed. Successful healthcare leaders understand that financial incentives aren’t enough to motivate clinicians to close gaps in care or perform the full documentation necessary to substantiate it. So, if money doesn’t drive doctors to practice differently, what does?
By participating in this session, attendees will learn about:
What will attendees learn by participating?
As we all know, rising healthcare costs have put huge pressure on the purchasers and providers of care.
Providers have consolidated as a response, giving them more contracting power.
The most common strategies for influencing providers have not been successful
Influencing provider behavior requires three things
Who should attend: Decision makers at large health plans
Cassie Kelly, Senior Associate, Payer Account Management, athenahealth
Her team collaborates on strategic initiatives with athena’s key payer partners in support of the Health Plan Data Exchange program. Prior to joining the Payer team, Cassie worked in Population Health Account Management for the last five years supporting clients in navigating value based care. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Health Policy and Management from Providence College. She resides in Boston, Massachusetts.