Bringing Together Leaders In Healthcare To Discuss The Industry's Most Pressing Topics
Leading the Conversation 2019, powered by Navigant Consulting in partnership with Medical Alley Association, will call into question the fundamental supposition of value-based healthcare: that value is defined as outcomes divided by cost. Even with that framework, value is still difficult to articulate, much less implement, making the equation something less than formulaic.
Outcomes seem like they should be easy to understand: Given the situation, did the patient get a favorable result? Yet we all know it is not that simple. Is a good outcome for a patient the same as good outcome for other stakeholders: providers, payors, technology companies, the government, etc. Price should be even clearer: How much was charged? Yet anyone who has had an encounter with the healthcare system knows finding the price is difficult and the answer changes based on any one of innumerable factors.
In this two-part series, we will explore this equation and its component parts with a focus on real world examples of organizations solving for the value equation.
Our first Conversation, “Where are the ‘New and Improved’ Outcomes in Health? Outcomes, Value-Based Care, and the Evolving Health Business Model” will explore how the business of healthcare is transforming. Bringing payors, providers, and technology leaders together to highlight successful partnerships, challenges to expanding the model, and delving into the work yet to be done to outline how the Medical Alley community can help proven models reach more people.
A few months later, “Does Price Transparency Matter?” will challenge one of the biggest assumptions in improving healthcare: price transparency will lead to better costs, quality, and outcomes. This second Conversation will be a spirited discussion focused on the meaning of cost, how it correlates to outcomes, and how today’s healthcare leaders are addressing the issue.
Attendees will gain insights on healthcare’s future from the people at the forefront of implementing value-based care, improving outcomes in health, and preparing for the change’s attendant challenges.
Leading The Conversation: Where Are The "New and Improved" Outcomes in Health? Outcomes, Value-Based Care, and the Evolving Health Business Model
The business model of healthcare is transforming. But into what? Value-based care is often floated as a solution, but is it real? With years having passed between its proposal and today, what results can we see?
Value is frequently defined as outcomes divided by costs. The first in a two-part series, “Leading the Conversation: Where are the “New and Improved’ Outcomes in Healthcare?” will bring payors, providers, and technology leaders together to discuss real-world examples of the transformed healthcare business model, illuminating the challenges to further change and the problems that remain.
Monday, June 24, 2019
Thursday, Nov 29
7:30 AM - 2:30 PM
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Leading The Conversation: Does Price Transparency Matter?
Healthcare is routinely criticized for a lack of price transparency. This criticism seems to imply that price transparency would make healthcare better: better outcomes, lower prices, and overall better value. Is that true?
In the second of a two-part series, “Leading the Conversation: Does Price Transparency Matter?” will challenge this criticism and engage health leaders in uncovering the challenges to improving outcomes, lowering costs, and delivering value in a price-conscience world.
Thursday, Nov 21
12:00 - 6:00 PM
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Thursday, Nov 29
7:30 AM - 2:30 PM
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Leading the Conversation is a half day leadership forum, featuring discussion from executives and leaders around the evolution of healthcare and the implications, opportunities, and challenges for innovators. In 2019, MAA will host two Leading the Conversation events.
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q&a with healthcare leaders
For The Record with MARK WALINSKE
Mark Walinske has over 34 years of early-stage entrepreneurial experience with 15 years being in healthcare. Mark has always had a deep passion for advancing organizations and technologies to reverse the rising costs in healthcare. Prior to joining Revo Health, an organization focused on enabling value-based care, Mark was an executive at Optum in the Innovation R&D organization.
For The Record WITH DR. JIM EHLEN
Philips Sleep and Respiratory Care
Dr. Ehlen is a healthcare leader, executive and physician with deep experience in medical technology and healthcare system management. Dr. Ehlen has spent more than a decade leading medical device organizations including Halleland Health Consulting and RespirTech, which was acquired by Philips in 2017.
CEO, People Incorporated Mental Health Services
Master of Arts in Psychology and Human Behavior from National University in San Diego, Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Social Work from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Before joining People Incorporated, she was COO at Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation for 11 years.
DIRECTOR, Behavioral Health Operations with Bcbs of MN
Brendan holds a Master of Social Work degree from the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, and a Master of Business Administration from Capella University. Prior to Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota, Brendan was the Director of Clinical Care Services for Magellan of Virginia.
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Mental health is not something that can be brushed under the rug. We’ve come to a point where we’re seeing how big of a role it plays in everyone’s lives and how crucial it is for people to get help when they need it. In the medical world, organizations are striving to integrate behavioral and physical health. More specifically, one company is looking at the intersection of mental health and biometric data.