| As payors and large employers aggressively look to hospitals and physicians to move from volume to value of healthcare services, the industry is seeing a resurgence in physician hospital organizations (PHOs).
With an eye toward shared savings agreements, PHOs provide a collaboration tool for physicians and hospitals to organize and participate in these evolving healthcare payment and delivery models.
During Physician Hospital Organizations: Developing a Collaborative Structure for Shared Savings Agreements, a 45-minute webinar on January 23rd, 2013, now available for replay, Greg Mertz, director, Healthcare Strategy Group and Travis Ansel, manager of strategic services, Healthcare Strategy Group, explores the key contractual elements to consider when creating a PHO for the purpose of participating in value-based payment models. You will get details on how to:
- Navigate safe harbor and Stark regulations when designing a PHO;
- Develop a compensation model that is a win/win for both the physicians and the hospital;
- Create the appropriate mix of physicians in terms of numbers and type of physician for effective outcomes and savings;
- Share data effectively and efficiently across the organization;
- Change the healthcare consumption patterns for the chronically ill to generate savings; and
- Move the culture of physicians and hospitals to a value-based healthcare system.
Have questions on our webinar formats? Visit our webinar FAQ.
You can watch this program right in your office and enjoy significant savings — no travel time or hassle; no hotel
expenses. Its so convenient! Invite your staff members to gather around a conference table to listen to the CD, DVD or the
On Demand version.
WHO WILL BENEFIT FROM THIS CONFERENCE?
Presidents/CEOs, CFOs, chief operating officers, vice presidents, medical directors, reimbursement executives, analysts, business development executives, consultants, directors, executive directors, financial/business managers, and strategic planning executives.
ABOUT OUR PANELISTS:
Greg Mertz, MBA, FACMPE, director of consulting operations, Healthcare Strategy Group, brings over 30 years of healthcare experience in public health, hospital development, physician practice management and consulting. As Director, his areas of focus are performance improvement of complex physician organizations, development of physician alignment strategies, and managing the clinical integration process required to create enhanced care environments. Currently Mr. Mertz leads the clinical integration service line within Healthcare Strategy Group.
In consulting engagements, Mr. Mertz has helped community and academic medical centers in assessing performance issues, developing strategies to improve organizational performance, and has addressed the need to enhance bottom line results through organizational redesign.
Recently he has been identified as a thought leader on the impact of healthcare reform proposals on hospital-physician relationships, specifically as this related to the evolution of care models under value-based purchasing. He has hosted or participated in national conference calls and pod casts, is an advisor to investment firms seeking opportunities in ACO development, and has authored articles on ACOs in national media, and is a chapter author for a book on the future of health care.
Mr. Mertz has undergraduate degrees in Psychology and Business Administration from Gettysburg College and a Master in Business Administration in Healthcare Administration from Widener University. He has served for more than 10 years as an adjunct assistant professor of health administration at Old Dominion University in Virginia.
Travis Ansel, MBA, is a Manager, Strategic Services with Healthcare Strategy Group, LLC, with a primary focus on hospital strategic planning, physician alignment planning and clinical integration.
Mr. Ansel holds a Master's of Business Administration from Vanderbilt University, and a Bachelor's of Science Degrees in Finance and Business Management from the University of Tennessee.