CSM 2016


Health System PT's Leading the Transition to Value-Based Health Care
Section: Health Policy/Administration
Session Code: HP-3B-0729
Date: Saturday, February 20, 2016
Time: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Location: Hilton Anaheim
Room: Palos Verdes A

Speaker(s):   Ed Dobrzykowski, PT, DPT,ATC, MHS
  Matt Elrod, PT, DPT, MEd, NCS
  Michael Friedman, PT, MBA
  Jose Kottoor, MS, PT
  Mary Stilphen, PT/DPT

Session Type: Educational Sessions
Session Level: Intermediate

Description:
Changes in health care financing have required a systems approach to care delivery focused on value and quality. The Department of Health and Human Services expect to have 85% of Medicare beneficiary plans linked to quality or value by 2016, and 90% of plans by 2018. There is a similar transition planned for Medicaid and private insurers. Physical therapy has a unique opportunity to actively participate in solutions that reduce expense while improving efficiency and the overall patient experience. An important aspect of providing value is a clear understanding of population health management and aligned transitions between levels of care. In response, several health system physical therapist leaders are transforming their practices to identify and measure the value of physical therapy. Physical therapists are instrumental in reducing the length of stay and restoring function in acute care hospitals, determining postacute placement, and providing evidenced-based care to improve quality, outcomes, and cost.

Learning Objectives:
1 . Recognize the transition to value-based health care financing and population health management.
2. Understand the physical therapist's work to define the value of physical therapy.
3. Apply strategies for increasing value in multiple practice environments from physical therapist leaders in health care organizations.
4. Identify future needs for growing and sustaining the value proposition in physical therapy.

CEU: 0.2






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