About This Webinar
Health insurance leaders are experiencing new challenges as unprecedented market changes are driving the need to reevaluate how they manage care in home and post-acute settings. From an aging population that is increasing demand, to care provider issues like staffing shortages and consolidation, market forces are changing how health insurance providers manage home-based and post-acute care. The need to improve quality measures like star ratings – even as CMS implements changes to how they will be calculated in 2023 – while controlling cost is vital to providing whole-person, high quality care for each member.
This panel discussion will address innovative programs that close care gaps, increase star ratings, and reduce utilization of acute, post-acute and home health care. Topics will include:
- Management of post-acute care delivered outside the home
- The home setting as an opportunity to focus on whole person care
- Tactics to improve CMS stars ratings and HEDIS measures
Management across the full spectrum of home and post-acute care empowers health insurance providers to achieve cost and quality goals while optimizing health care provider performance.
Attendees Will Learn
- HOW to prepare for expected CMS changes intended to advance health equity by implementing social determinants of health programs that follow best practices
- WHY more leading health insurance providers proactively manage care quality and financial risks, and how this trend impacts their organizations, providers, and members
- WHERE to start when evaluating current post-acute and home health care management needs and tactics to address them