The Population Health Management Summit - Advancing and Innovating Long Term Care

Events; Population Health Management

The intersection of dual eligibility among long term care residents presents a unique set of challenges. Seniors who qualify for both Medicare and Medicaid often have complex health care needs, including chronic conditions, disabilities, and socioeconomic factors that can lead to fragmented care and increased health care costs. Adopting a Population Health Management approach offers strategies to coordinate care, contain costs, and improve outcomes for residents in long term care settings. 

Whether you have just begun your journey or have already started to adopt value-based care strategies, the upcoming Population Health Management Summit will help ensure that you are ready for 2030—the deadline CMS has set for all Medicare and most Medicaid beneficiaries to be engaged in a relationship that is accountable for cost and high-quality outcomes. To this end, education sessions and structured networking opportunities at the Summit are offered in four main tracks, allowing you to tailor your conference experience to meet you exactly where you are. 

PHM Building Blocks sessions provide insights and strategies that explore new partnership and value-based models to enhance care delivery. Delve into the strategic partnerships, resources, and successful collaborations, particularly between LTC providers and payers. 

Assisted Living sessions equip you with the skills to create a proactive and coordinated approach to improved health outcomes and quality of care, such as investing early in preventive and primary care to prevent residents from having to move to higher levels of care. 

Advanced I-SNP/PHM sessions are designed for those experienced in risk and looking to delve deeper into the nitty-gritty of plan operations and enhance care delivery. Hear from experts on the critical intersections between Health Equity, Social Determinants of Health (SDOH), and Supplemental Benefits as it relates to provider-led plans, the recent changes to risk adjustment and Part D, and compliance with marketing regulations. 

Care Transformation sessions provide the tools to navigate the evolving landscape of health care delivery. Dive into the clinical side of Population Health Management and learn about specific approaches providers and states are using, such as the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) and other models to improve outcomes for seniors. 

Join us at the Population Health Management Summit and discover strategies to coordinate care, manage costs, improve health outcomes, and ensure that your residents, especially those with dual eligibility, continue to receive the quality care they deserve. Explore the conference agenda to learn more and register​ today!