Congrats to CAPH for another fantastic event!

For those who were not able to join us, you can view our presentation here.  

We look forward to continuing to work with public hospitals and health systems across California.

California Association of Public Hospitals Annual Conference

Thursday, December 7, 2017

Requirements for Success in a Post DSRIP Environment: Value-Based Payment and Population Health Management Best Practices and Lessons Learned

Value-based payment (VBP) contracts between California public hospitals and Medi-Cal Managed Care Plans will require hospitals to bear some level of financial risk for delivering high-quality care at low costs. California public health systems and hospitals need to make strategic investments in data analytics, network optimization, care management and quality improvement but understanding how to prioritize and integrate these strategies together as payment models continue to evolve is a difficult challenge – one that public hospitals and health systems are facing across the country. Success will enhance long-term financial sustainability and more importantly, the health of the people served.

To learn more, you can read our latest article, “Requirements for Success in a Post DSRIP Environment”. We are inviting all attendees of the CAPH Annual Conference to join leading health care experts from COPE Health Solutions for a brief presentation on key success factors to managing risk and moving to value-based payment arrangements and whole person care for vulnerable populations, drawn from successes from waiver programs across the U.S. We’ll cover topics such as how organizations are successfully.

  • Understanding financial data through funds flow modeling
  • Gaining more of the capitated dollar by leveraging financial and clinical data to develop effective whole person care management models
  • Understanding how to form the right partnerships with community-based organizations and post-acute care organizations
  • Identifying resources to address social determinants of care

The presentation will be followed by an informal roundtable discussion for participants to learn and share challenges and best practices to succeeding in a value-based environment. As health care leaders, you all bring important perspectives and experiences from which others can learn as we all work together to improve and transform health care for the Medicaid and dual eligible populations.