The COVID-19 pandemic, associated economic impacts, and resulting complicated federal stimulus and relief efforts have created an unprecedented operating environment for US health care entities. In addition to financial, operational, and provider morale demands and obstacles, health care entities face economic uncertainty.
As the health care industry is forced into a cry for unparalleled evolution and reform, entrepreneurial providers who have committed to, and invested in, risk-sharing models have been emerging relatively strong during this crisis. Providers that have adopted risk-based strategies have notably stratified their risk and are successfully managing population health and care delivery. If ever there were a perfect real-world scenario to test risk-driven models of health care reform, COVID-19 has presented it.
Join us for an on-demand webcast panel discussion featuring successful leaders from the battlefield reporting firsthand how a risk-based strategy is proving to be the preferred health care paradigm in a complicated health care system. We are pleased to moderate a panel with guest speakers and Karl Rebay, Health Care Consulting Partner at Moss Adams will moderate a discussion with these leaders on the forefront of health care payment reform.
Topics we’ll address:
- Observations front the frontlines on managing risk during a global health crisis
- How risk-based organizations have proven to be nimble and strong enough financially to survive a global pandemic
- How risk-based organizations are structured to pivot and leverage change to the patient’s benefit
- How capitated payment structures have benefitted providers during the COVID-19 pandemic