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Bridge to Pop Health 2018

Building a Fee-For-Service Bridge to Population Health and Value-Based Care

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With the growing availability of health data, healthcare delivery is moving beyond individual care to population health management. Using technology and analytics, population health management shifts care from immediate treatment to predictive and preventative care. However, beyond the benefits to patient care, navigating risk contracts and reimbursement within the new value-based care paradigm is key to truly improving both clinical and financial outcomes. The fact that most providers are living in both the fee-for-service world and the value-based care world adds another layer of complication.

Cambridge Healthtech Institute and Bio-IT World are pleased to announce Bridge to Pop Health: Building a Fee-for-Service Bridge to Population Health and Value-Based Care, taking place February 12-13, 2018 at the Moscone South Convention Center in San Francisco, CA. The two-day executive conference will bring together thought leaders from the payer, provider, healthcare finance, analyst, technology platform and vendor communities for insightful discussions on implementing a population health management strategy in the transitional space between fee-for-service and value-based care. 

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Registration: https://chidb.com/reg/phm/reg.asp

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Cambridge Healthtech Institute
chi@healthtech.com

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