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INSTITUTE OVERVIEW

America's health system, while the world's leader in many extraordinary complex medical treatments, is expensive and rife with problems of access, cost effectiveness and quality and patient safety. Many critics find perverse tax policy, coverage and payment incentives at the very heart of the challenges facing medical care in the United States. Across the health system healthcare professionals and executives, innovators, entrepreneurs and health reformers are experimenting with innovations in benefit package design, provider payment methodologies, gainsharing and shared ownership arrangements in an effort to reverse perverse incentives to motivate behavior that will improve the nation's health system and to induce practices that will improve access, cost effectiveness and quality and patient safety.

The purpose of the National Healthcare Incentives Institute is to convene national and international experts on healthcare incentives and to share innovative initiatives and practical case studies in the following:

  • The Role of Government, Employers, Health Plans and Providers in Healthcare Incentive Innovation
  • Value-based Benefit Package Design and Consumer Health and Wellness Incentives
  • Topics on Medicare and Medicaid Payment Reforms
  • Transparency, Pay for Performance and Incentive Payments
  • Non-financial Incentives, such as Disclosure and Peer Review
  • The Evolution of Global and Bundled Payments and Capitation as Incentive Provider Payment Mechanisms
  • The Emergence of new Incentive Payment Structures, including Medical Home
  • Equity, Gainsharing and Contractual Arrangements
  • Practical Approaches to Leading Change, including Strategies for Working with Physicians
  • Legal Issues in Incentive Payment Initiatives: Antitrust, Fraud and Abuse, Stark, Pension and Benefits Rules
  • Measuring the ROI of New Incentive Arrangements
  • The Role of Incentive Transformation in State and National Health Reform

Attendees will learn through over 50 sessions, including preconference symposia, plenary sessions, concurrent sessions and workshops, featuring a faculty of over 100 experts in the field.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

Chief Executive Officers, Chief Medical Officers, Board Members, Executive Directors, Nurses, Health Information Managers, Healthcare Compliance Officers, Accountants, Senior Managers, and Consultants of Health Plans, Health Systems, Hospitals and Physician Organizations, Pharmacy, and Pharmacy Benefit Managers responsible for:

  • Benefits Consulting and Management
  • Clinical Quality Improvement
  • Clinical Affair
  • Consumer Organizations
  • Finance and Reimbursement Policy
  • Government Programs
  • Health Care Policy
  • Health Care Purchasing (Private Employers or Public Purchasers)
  • Health Care Law and Regulatory Affairs
  • Health Services Research and Academics
  • Medical Affairs
  • Medical Management
  • Medicare and Medicaid Programs
  • Network Contracting and Management
  • Payment Policy
  • Pharmacy Management
  • Pharmacy Benefit Management
  • Physician Services
  • Practice Management
  • Provider Relations
  • Quality Management
  • Transparency
  • Value-Based Purchasing Strategy
  • Wellness Strategy



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