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Thursday Hot Topic #2 – Opioids: Frontline Solutions for Today and the Future

Opioids are one of the most complex and visible issues the healthcare field is facing today. Join a panel of senior healthcare executives of provider organizations and leaders from the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives to discover alternative ideas for delivering meaningful solutions to reduce opioid abuse and related deaths.

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86X – Leveraging Pharmacist Providers to Increase Access: Strategies for Success in Team-Based Models of Care

Pharmacists are integral members of the healthcare team and play an important role in optimizing medication use and improving patient care. Given the growing focus on optimizing patient outcomes, pharmacists have made a proven impact on meeting quality metrics and reducing costs, including in value-based payment models such as accountable care organizations and patient-centered medical…

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69B – Bending the Curve: Innovative Health Plan Collaboration to Reduce Unnecessary ED Visits and Inpatient Stays

In the Las Vegas market, UnitedHealthcare and DispatchHealth collaborated to develop a new program to address high ED and inpatient utilization with members of UHC’s commercial and Medicaid products. By providing an in-home alternative for same day care for non-time sensitive illnesses and injuries, the Plan Directed Visit Program has reduced the incidence of unnecessary…

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69A – Bending the Curve: Innovative Health Plan Collaboration to Reduce Unnecessary ED Visits and Inpatient Stays

In the Las Vegas market, UnitedHealthcare and DispatchHealth collaborated to develop a new program to address high ED and inpatient utilization with members of UHC’s commercial and Medicaid products. By providing an in-home alternative for same day care for non-time sensitive illnesses and injuries, the Plan Directed Visit Program has reduced the incidence of unnecessary…

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61H – Consumerism: The Next Chapter

Financial matters have been one of patients’ top concerns for years, yet the healthcare industry has been slow to embrace consumerism. Recent events at the federal level have moved price transparency and financial interactions with patients to the top of the priority list for healthcare executives. But many are uncertain of how to assess their…

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103H – Perioperative Brain Health Initiative: Update and Implementation Strategies

Individuals over age 85 make up the fastest growing segment of the population in western countries. Many older patients will have surgery; for patients over 65 years of age the most common postoperative complications are delirium and perioperative neurocognitive disorder, which can last well beyond the immediate postoperative period. Despite recent national guidelines on delirium…

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110A – Rethinking the Acute Care Delivery Model From a Financial Sustainability and Patient and Staff Benefit Perspective

The current acute care delivery model predates not only our current reimbursement structures but also the complexity of our acute care patients and the needs of our younger, millennial generation nurses. This session will begin with a review of the current healthcare landscape from delivery model and labor cost perspectives. The course will then introduce…

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110B – Rethinking the Acute Care Delivery Model From a Financial Sustainability and Patient and Staff Benefit Perspective

The current acute care delivery model predates not only our current reimbursement structures but also the complexity of our acute care patients and the needs of our younger, millennial generation nurses. This session will begin with a review of the current healthcare landscape from delivery model and labor cost perspectives. The course will then introduce…

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45B – Medicare Advantage 101: Lessons Learned From a Provider-Sponsored Health Plan

It took more than seven years of careful consideration and planning, but in 2019, BayCare Health System launched its provider-sponsored health plan, BayCare Health Plans. BayCare, a not-for-profit health system, is the largest health system in the Tampa Bay area and serves more than one-third of the community. As a community-owned organization, BayCare believed that…

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45A – Medicare Advantage 101: Lessons Learned From a Provider-Sponsored Health Plan

It took more than seven years of careful consideration and planning, but in 2019, BayCare Health System launched its provider-sponsored health plan, BayCare Health Plans. BayCare, a not-for-profit health system, is the largest health system in the Tampa Bay area and serves more than one-third of the community. As a community-owned organization, BayCare believed that…

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