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The Payer/Provider Engagement & Contracting Summit

Bridging the Gap in the Care Continuum to Deliver Value-Based Health Care

As the only conference in the market that joins together payers and providers in the same setting, The RISE Payer/Provider Engagement & Contracting Summit bridges the gap in the care continuum and reveals the roadmap to value-based health care delivery. Our 2019 conference was a dual tracked event that brought together mid- to senior-level professionals from health plans, health care providers, medical groups, Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), employer groups, and service providers, to uncover new strategies to align financial incentives, improve patient outcomes, and better navigate the value-based care space.

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MANAGED CARE ORGANIZATIONS

Mid- to senior-level professionals from Health Care Providers, Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), Physician Groups, Clinically Integrated Networks, Independent Practice Associations (IPAs), and Hospital Systems with titles including Contracting, Network Management, Provider Engagement, Provider Relations, Compliance, Care Teams, Quality, and Finance.

HEALTH PLANS / PAYERS

Mid- to senior-level professionals from Health Plans and Payers   

EMPLOYER GROUPS

Professionals that work for large employer groups in Human Resources/Benefits that manage their own contracting with providers

SERVICE PROVIDERS

Vendors, suppliers, consultants, and law firms

 

 

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With mounting regulatory pressures from the CMS Office of Innovation to shift from fee for service payments to a value-based care model, the race is on to learn how to apply value-based models to payer/provider partnerships, contracting models and delivery.

Discover how payers and providers can align financial incentives
Identify strategies to improve patient outcomes
Examine the main components of value-based care
Hear content centered around network infrastructure and management, shared risk and contracting, and provider engagement
Leave equipped with new strategies to deliver quality, value-based care