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Value Based Insurance: Why it's Important, Its Prevalence, Employer Goals and Market Barriers
This session will provide an overview of why and how value based insurance design (VBID) can help employers lower healthcare costs while at the same time maximizing care for their employees. As employers face increased pressure to control health costs, they're turning to VBID as a viable and effective option for cost-savings. VBID attempts to align patient costs with the value of the health services provided. It uses both incentives to reduce the barriers to high-value services and disincentives to discourage low-value services. The reduction of barriers leads to increases in patient compliance and decreases in costs. Both private and public employers are embracing VBID to save money and provide better care for their employees. In addition, VBID was included in the 2010 healthcare reform law and the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services featured it in their National Quality Strategy.

Attendees will also learn about two models of collaborative care used to achieve high-quality and high-value healthcare: Patient Centered Medical Homes (PCMH) and Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs). PCMH is a team-based approach to healthcare delivery in which accessible, comprehensive, longitudinal care leads to maximized health outcomes. A team of health professionals, led by a personal physician, takes responsibility for providing all of a patient's healthcare needs, including arranging care with outside specialists and providers. An ACO is a payment and delivery model that ties provider reimbursement with both quality metrics and cost reductions. The ACO, often a group of healthcare providers, is accountable to the patient and to the third-party payer.
05/10/2012 3:30 pm o'clock
05/10/2012 4:30 pm o'clock
Erin O'Connor
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Who should participate:

As an overview of a hot topic, this session may be of interest to all professionals in the HR field but is likely to be of special interest to those working in benefits, employee wellness, health services, HR management and leadership, organizational development, and with non-profit organizations.

What you will learn:

• Value based insurance design goals, prevalence, and common barriers • How to measure the effectiveness of value based insurance design • Models of care in collaborative with employers (atient Centered Medical Homes and Accountable Care Organizations)

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The presentation use in this session will be uploaded to HR.com after the session. Articles on the topic are available via the Cammack LaRhette Health Leaders Learning Series (newsletter subscriptions available) and online at clcinc.com. Resources outside Cammack LaRhette include the University of Michigan Center for Value-Based Insurance Design. The US Department of Health and Human Services also includes VBID in their National Quality Strategy (http://www.hhs.gov/news/press/2011pres/03/20110321a.html)
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