Date(s) - Monday, February 22, 2016, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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State-affiliated LAN Participants
Please join the HCPLAN as we present the Population-Based Payment Work Group’s draft recommendations on setting and updating financial benchmarks and potential methods by which patient populations can be assigned to providers accountable for total cost of care and quality outcomes.
At the State Listening Session, you will engage with the LAN’s state-affiliated Population-Based Payment (PBP) Work Group members, Guiding Committee members, and your state peers as we answer questions on the draft recommendations, hear about how states have addressed these topics, and learn about opportunities to provide comments on the draft White Paper and case studies to be included in the final White Paper.
- Opening Remarks – Anne Gauthier
- Guiding Committee Report – Bill Golden
- Population-Based Payment (PBP) Work Group Overview – Dana Gelb Safran
- Patient Attribution – Tom Raskauskas
- Financial Benchmarking – Glenn Steele
- Panel Question and Answer – Dana Gelb Safran (moderator)
During the LAN Listening session held on February 22, 2016, PBP Work Group Co-chairs Dana Gelb Safran and Glenn Steele, and PBP Work Group member Tom Raskauskas presented a panel together on patient attribution and financial benchmarking. The presenters entertained questions and comments from the audience on various topics of concern such as the inherent challenges of data sharing across providers, payers, and government, and also how patient attribution and financial benchmarking can potentially impact individual contracts between commercial payers and providers. The presenters also informed the audience about ways in which they can provide comments on the draft White Paper.