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You’ve Asked for More Education on DSRIP, Value-based Payments, and We’ve Got it for You on May 28

HCA members have told us that DSRIP and other new models of care delivery are the number 1 area where more education is needed.

If you agree, then be sure to join us on May 28 in Albany for one day of focus on all of the new care models that will fundamentally change how your organization will operate in the future, from your participation in DSRIP to the onset of Value Based Payments, and more.

Watching the information flow from virtually every health care provider group or association, like HCA, you’ll see that DSRIP and Value Based Payments dominate the headlines, and for good reason. Providers must have a strategic action plan for these models or else miss out on vital opportunities to be a player in a fast-changing health care system.

HCA continues to offer the home care perspective on these health system changes, and our May 28 conference will provide you with access to the major architects and consultants working to bring these new models online including State Medicaid Director Jason Helgerson; the state’s contractor on the design of Value Based Payments, Dr. Marc Berg; Greg Allen, the state Department of Health’s main program development leader; expert consultants like Tracy E. Miller from Bond Schoeneck and King; and others.

From them, you will gain an understanding of how these models fit together, how to re-tool your organization to operate in these new models, and how to get your business plan ready for participation.

Please see the details below.

Are You Ready to Navigate New Models of Care and Coverage?
Thursday, May 28, 2015
Empire State Plaza
Meeting Room 2-4
Albany, NY

Who should attend?

Home health provider and health plan CEOs, CFOs, COOs and those who need a better understanding of emerging care models to position successfully in a new service and payment delivery environment.

How to register?

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