Date/Time: Thu, Dec 3, 2009 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EST
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No matter how the reform legislation comes to pass, the ultimate outcomes must focus on health, productivity and economic improvement for the communities we serve. The Center for Health Value Innovation, through a grant from Takeda Pharmaceuticals, has prepared an overview of the levers of value-based design and a coordinated decision matrix for companies to consider as they revise their health plans for 2010 and beyond.
Through a suite of levers focused on prevention and wellness, chronic care management and care delivery, plan sponsors of all sizes, self-insured and fully-insured, can identify plan designs, incentives and disincentives that will shift populations to better health behaviors. How the plan sponsor chooses, and what questions are asked, is detailed in a forthcoming report. This webinar will frame the decisions and timelines for dividends in their companies and their communities.
What you will learn:
a. What levers will drive better engagement of the consumer, the plan sponsor and the delivery system and result in improved outcomes?
b. Where do we start? What if we are fully insured and cannot get integrated data—what do we do? What if we are a public entity, or working with unions, or operating under legislative barriers—is value based design still possible?
c. What are reasonable expectations? What are the timelines for achievement and key messages for the C-Suite?
d. How do we work with our vendors and health plans to promote, engage, and measure the outcomes?
Cyndy Nayer, Co-Founder and CEO, Center for Health Value Innovation
Ray Zastrow, MD, Vice President, Center for Health Value Innovation