Date(s) - Wednesday, October 05, 2016, 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
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This LAN Learnings webinar will highlight two organizations that have used different data sharing infrastructure approaches in their market areas and provided benefits to multiple stakeholders including payers, providers and purchasers. Panelists David Kendrick of MyHealth Access Network, Tulsa OK and Mylia Christensen of Oregon Health Care Quality Corporation will address partnerships established, barriers overcome, sources of funding, lessons learned, and examples of data available to the various stakeholders.
- Identify critical data needs for the successful adoption of APMs, based on the experiences of different healthcare providers with real-world implementation experience
- Showcase instances of how data availability have effectively enabled providers to implement alternative payment approaches
- Discuss the challenges, value proposition, and lessons learned about data availability and information needs across stakeholders to ensure success with APMs
- Opening Remarks – Anne Gauthier
- Overview of Session Objectives – Elizabeth Mitchell (Moderator)
- Data Sharing Case Studies – Mylia Christensen and David Kendrick
- Questions and Open Discussion – Elizabeth Mitchell (Moderator), Mylia Christensen, and David Kendrick
- Closing Comments – Anne Gauthier
Listen as Elizabeth Mitchell, LAN Guiding Committee member and President and CEO of the Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement (NRHI), hosts a LAN webinar to discuss the importance of data availability and the obstacles associated with creating an effective data infrastructure when implementing alternative payment models. During this webinar, panelists discuss two real-world data infrastructure approaches that illustrate the value of data availability in providing benefits to stakeholders. Mylia Christensen describes how her institution, Oregon Health Care Quality Corporation, utilizes regional collaboratives comprised of health care leaders in Oregon to build a strong foundation of accessible data based on fundamental transparency, trust, and standardization of methods and metrics. David Kendrick of MyHealth Access Network shares the critical success factors his institution believes are necessary for providers and payers to succeed in Quality Payment Programs and APMs. He also presents concrete examples of successful data measurement, calculation, and distribution methods. The presenters address questions from participants on topics such as laws regarding the distribution of sensitive patient data, the nuances of sharing practice-identified data, and how both institutions received funding for their data infrastructure initiatives.