Value-Based Design Drives Accountable Outcomes

Venue: Internet

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Event Date/Time: Apr 20, 2011
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Cyndy Nayer, President and CEO of CHVI, and Michael Jacobs, National Clinical Practice Leader from Buck Consultants, will present findings of the recently released Value-Based Design 2010 Survey, showcasing the experiences and outcomes from 176 employers of all sizes and sectors, representing 4 million covered lives, using levers for prevention and wellness, chronic care management and care delivery services.

Topline trends that this year’s survey data showed:
87% of plan sponsors use levers for prevention and wellness
54% use levers for chronic care management
36% use levers for guidance to appropriate care delivery
Regardless of where or how far along you are in spectrum of developing a VBD program, after seeing these statistics you should be asking yourself three questions:

What does this mean for me and for my organization?
How do I use this information in a meaningful way?
What do I focus on first and how do I implement immediately?
Nayer and Jacobs will not only drill down on each of these areas and help you get to those answers but they will also help you use this year’s survey data to:

Move your VBD program beyond just plan design and/or medication adherence in a substantive way into health, wellness and chronic condition care management
Identify key acceleration points to improve outcomes more quickly and more efficiently
Leverage innovation during delivery system intervention for greater efficiency and engagement
Finally, the webinar will conclude with an in-depth discussion on Outcomes-Based Contractingâ„¢, the concept of aligning incentives in the delivery of care with the behavior change needed in the population, which is quickly taking hold in the marketplace and has significant implications for all stakeholders.

The depth and breadth of the survey are a reflection of the remarkable growth in the interest and evidence of VBD. It’s our hope that you will join us in this webinar and consider the implications within your plan offerings, and share your successes so that others will follow.