September 19 2017 | 0 Comments | 115 reads Average Rating: 3
Changing roles of payers and providers in a value-based care world
Earlier this year, Jonathan Niloff, MD, president of Niloff Healthcare Strategies, a recognized thought leader on accountable care and health system transformation discussed how provider organizations can improve value-based outcomes during a webinar titled “Insight-Driven Outcomes: A Focus on Risk, Quality and Provider Networks.”
Later, Dr. Niloff sat down with SCIO Health Analytics to offer his expert perspective on a variety of trending topics. In this part-1 of the recorded conversation, he elucidates on:
- The changing roles of payers and providers under value-based care
- The blurring of the organizational lines – as payers act more like providers and vice versa
- Why legacy IT systems are not cut out to handle value-based models and are creating a lot of complexity
- The challenges associated with juggling fee for service and value-based models during a period of transformation
- Require data acquisition, IT infrastructures, and new areas of expertise that don’t typically reside in health systems
- Why it is important for healthcare organizations to develop and implement a multi-year roll out plan as they transition to new value-based care models
We invite you to listen in as Dr. Niloff expands on these topics in this short video.
Also, view slideshare of the webinar presentation.
Jonathan Niloff, MD (Guest Author)
President, Niloff Healthcare Strategies, LLC
Dr. Jonathan Niloff has been a healthcare professional for over 30 years and is a recognized thought leader on accountable care and health system transformation. His diverse background includes roles as an academic, physician, health system and IT executive, and entrepreneur.