About This Webinar
Using the Medicare population as a proxy, over half of healthcare spending in any given year is concentrated among approximately 10 percent of members . High-need high-cost members present significant challenges for health plans and provider organizations alike.
Value-based care arrangements can fully support improving outcomes for both members and health plans provided the right structures, such as predictive analytics, focus on care gap closure, coordination of care, and SDoH interventions, are put into place. And, among all health care constituents, health insurance providers are best positioned to lead a coordinated effort to put these structures in place.
Leveraging long tenures in health plan, managed care, risk and analytics, panelists will discuss best practices in identifying complex, vulnerable members, addressing care delivery challenges and managing costs in high-need high-cost member populations.
Attendees Will Learn About
- Models to identify complex, vulnerable members
- How applying the discipline of risk analytics can improve precision on population identification and closing gaps in care
- Examples of comprehensive, coordinated care models to improve both health and financial outcomes
- Approaches to address the non-clinical social barriers that impede appropriate access to care