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Shared Savings in the Medical Home, a 45-minute webinar on 3/31/10, Archive Version
Shared Savings in the Medical Home, a 45-minute webinar on 3/31/10, Archive Version
Shared Savings in the Medical Home, a 45-minute webinar on 3/31/10, Archive Version
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Shared Savings in the Medical Home, a 45-minute webinar on 3/31/10, Recording Available, part of the Medical Home Open House Series, a series of webinars touring the critical components of the medical home. Click here for more information on the series.

A shared savings approach for reimbursement can be an effective recruiting tool for high-quality providers to participate in medical home programs.

During this 45-minute webinar, David West, MD, Hospitalist, Grand Junction, Colorado, will examine how to structure a shared savings agreement. Grand Junction, with its high-quality and lower healthcare costs, has been cited by many as an example of how health reform should be structured. A key component of its system is a shared vision and shared incentives.

Presenter: David West, MD, Hospitalist, Grand Junction, Colorado

Listen to Dr. David West's pre-session comments: Mesa County offers providers a unique incentive for keeping patients out of the hospital.

Dr. West will cover:

  • Methodologies developed and being considered for shared savings;
  • Policies and procedures to guide shared savings;
  • Factors to consider in a shared savings arrangement;
  • Process and outcome measures;
  • Adjusting for risk in a shared savings model; and
  • Other factors to consider in a shared savings arrangement.

Available on the HIN web site for an on-demand re-broadcast or as a CD-ROM or training DVD.

The training DVD includes reproducible slides and completion certificates to document training. Reproducible Slides

You can listen to 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, training DVD or the On Demand version.

Certificate of Completion

Publication Date: March 10, 2010
Number of Pages: 45 minute Webinar
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