Managing Patient-Centered Care in a Changing Reimbursement World
Section: Health Policy/Administration
Session Code: HP-3A-1488
Date: Saturday, February 20, 2016
Time: 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Location: Hilton Anaheim
Room: Pacific Ballroom D
Session Type: Educational Sessions
Session Level: Intermediate
Effective communication and coordination of care is a priority for care provision in the Right care, Right time, Right place philosophy that is necessary for providers to be successful in the emerging models of patient care such as ACOs and bundling. The future of care will require therapists to better understand the capabilities of other care settings and to ensure that their clinical decisions and documentation support safe and effective transition to other care levels. This presentation will explore the current avenues of postacute care, including reimbursement and comparison to emerging models. The presenters will share best practices, provide illustrations on quality outcomes, utilization of resources, and partnering practice settings aimed at care provision that is patient-centered and value-driven. The presentation will provide examples for postacute care and how the profession is moving towards an integrated continuum of shifting care to the location of optimal need, function, and value.
1 . Compare and contrast care delivery models within the post acute care realm and interpret the right care, right time, right place philosophy with its key documentation elements.
2. Translate reimbursement of care from today's practice patterns to future patterns of care, including bundled services and the ACO continuum.
3. Model best practices and apply care based on lessons learned from pilots focused on value-based patient centered care.
4. Identify the level of care requirements of the various postacute care settings and explain importance of communication between the care settings.
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