About the Session

This session will help you understand the economic forces and the business and clinical rationales for population health. Faculty will discuss the importance of redesigning the fundamental business models of healthcare delivery and the organizational and operational building blocks of population health. You will hear about key structures that require physician leadership, support and interaction, and better understand the operational components of palliative care and disease management. You will learn about disruptive opportunities related to retail clinics and telehealth and their relationship to population health. You will also hear about the roles IT, decision support and navigation play in population health. At the end of this session you will have a better understanding of how organizations throughout the country are moving out of fee-for-service toward full capitated risk and the importance of operational, clinical and financial planning in successfully making this transition.

Seminar 58 will be held at the Palmer House Hilton; includes a 15-minute break.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the foundational principles of population health as a business model.
  • Learn the operational building blocks of population health and how to contract for these services.