Value-Based Care: How to Align Incentives and Achieve
Coordinated Care in the Post-Pandemic World
Wednesday, September 22 | 11:00 am
FREE for MHA Members
How are hospitals and health systems approaching value-based care in the changing landscape of healthcare delivery? This webinar will explore the critical challenges faced by healthcare providers as they strive to achieve the long-held goal of aligning incentives and providing coordinated-care, but are faced with doing so in a post-pandemic environment.
AUDIENCE: Hospital and health system leaders and administrators, including CEOs, CFOs, CMOs and other clinicians.
Participants will walk away from this session with a better understanding of:
- Challenges faced by different stakeholders, including patients, hospitals, physicians, advanced practice providers, third party payors, pharma industry, and others
- Coordinated care as envisioned in the “regulatory sprint,” including the new regulations promulgated by CMS and OIG
- How the pandemic has affected the nature of care provided, including the setting, patients, providers and outcomes
- How the pandemic has affected the economics of care provided, including payment models, compensation models, incentive models and expected savings
- How to align incentives of stakeholders in the post-pandemic world
Albert "Chip" Hutzler, JD, MBA, CVA
Chip is a valuation director and compliance consultant for HORNE healthcare focused on helping clients comply with various health laws that impact them, including Stark, Anti-Kickback, False Claims Act, HIPAA, EMTALA, Medicare Conditions of Participation, IRS Regulations and state and local healthcare laws.
Chip also serves as a legal advisor and subject matter expert advising clients and project teams on the design and implementation of federally-funded recovery programs established as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. He guides the development of policies and procedures and processing of eligibility and awards to ensure compliance with federal laws and regulations.
With over 20 years of experience as a financial analyst and over 25 years as an attorney, Chip is a published author and regular speaker on healthcare and legal compliance issues and an active member in several healthcare industry associations.
He holds the degrees of Bachelor of Arts from the University of Pennsylvania, Master of Business Administration from the Wharton School, and Juris Doctor from the University of Maryland. He also is a Certified Valuation Analyst.