One Hospital's Journey from a Fee-For-Service Culture to a Value-Based Care Model
November 13, 2018
Join CTG and Akron Children’s Hospital for an informative look at how a large pediatric health system transformed from encounter-based to data-driven, positioned themselves for value-based contracts, and prepared their operations, both clinically and culturally, for a changing health environment as they continue to help families manage childhood conditions and overall wellness. This journey of transformation, which involved significant administrative support with extensive policy, procedure, and cultural restructuring, was designed and developed entirely with a PCMH/CPC focus. This presentation, co-presented by executive and operational project team members who led the transformation, will cover topics to include:
Team-Based Care Concepts
Risk stratification methodology for complex condition
Sustainability and growth
We’ll review and explain actual tools developed for the organizational transformation.
Jeanette Ball, Client Solution Executive for Population Health and Value-Based Care at CTG, brings an extensive clinical, population health, and healthcare administrative background to CTG. As a senior consultant, and Registered Nurse, Ms. Ball has more than 30 years of experience in the healthcare industry, including a 10-year history of outpatient medical center executive administration, and more than 13 years as a senior consultant in clinical application design, population health strategies, and overall health system preparation for responding to health care reform and value based care. Ms. Ball demonstrates knowledge and experience supporting the integration of IT solutions with medical care delivery, specializing in Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) recognition, population health, workflow analysis, process redesign, FQHC and CAH speciality, provider clinician adoption, and quality redesign. During her tenure at CTG, Ms. Ball has worked on groundbreaking RHIO development, and has assisted dozens of ambulatory practices with PCMH recognition, and practice workflow efficiencies for improving health outcomes. She is a NCQA PCMH Certified Content Expert, receiving her recognition in May 2013, as one of the first 100 PCMH certified content experts in the nation.