Population Health and Value-Based Care: Where Do We Go from Here?

Population Health Management; Events
December 6-7, 2021

Join your colleagues and other long term and post-acute care professionals to explore LTC Solutions for Success. With excellent education sessions, exciting speakers, and networking opportunities, including a uniquely structured networking session, this summit will help steer you towards a more successful and profitable future.

At the Population Health Management (PHM) Summit, you will learn more about:
  • Special Needs Plans (SNPs)
  • Provider Networks in Value-Based Care
  • Expanding the Reach of Population Health
  • Intentional Partnerships in Assisted Living and Value-Based Care
​General Sessions include:

Business Model Innovation 
Keynote: Soren Kaplan, Ph.D., Bestselling and award-winning author of Leapfrogging and The Invisible Advantage, and an Affiliate at the Center for Effective Organizations at USC’s Marshall School of Business
Dr. Kaplan will reveal the future of business-model innovation with a focus on the strategies and steps for identifying, developing, and driving innovative business models that generate new revenue streams, create competitive differentiation, and add a step-change in value to the market. He will also talk about the emerging technology trends changing the face of every industry, provide insight into the three dimensions of business models – value, differentiation, and revenue, and review tools and strategies for business-model innovation.

Refueling the Population Health Management Engine: Preparing for a Decade of Rapid Change
Anne Tumlinson, CEO, ATI Advisory
Public programs and private investors are providing unprecedented levels of resources to healthcare innovators and disruptors. COVID has created a “wild west” for healthcare, where many conventions are breaking down, allowing for a new and improved approach to population health management to emerge. In this presentation, Tumlinson will reveal where policy and capital are making their biggest bets and why. She will describe how these trends will affect senior care operators and where the biggest challenges and opportunities will emerge.

High Performing Health Care Organizations – Why Should I-SNPs or ACOs care?
David Gifford, Chief Medical Officer, SVP Quality and Regulatory Affairs, AHCA/NCAL
Kiran Sreenivas, Director of Research, AHCA/NCAL
This session will discuss the characteristics of high performing health care organizations beyond just good quality outcomes and how I-SNPs/ACOs can identify them, and why they should enroll them and promote existing providers to become high performing health care organizations. Data on outcomes between high performing SNFs and similar SNFs will be reviewed and will include time for a panel discussion with the audience.

See the complete agenda and get details on these sessions as well as all the additional education sessions at ahcancal.org/PHMSummit.

Don’t miss this chance to gain new insights and strategies on your journey into Population Health Management. Register today.

Host Sponsor: Medline
Contributing Sponsors: Assembly, CLA, Compass, Greystone, Healthcare Academy, MatrixCare, plante moran, PointClickCare, Real Time Medical Systems, Reliant Rehabilitation