Decision Health

Achieving Excellence in Patient-Centered Care
Lessons Learned in Driving Value Across the Continuum of Care

Value-based payment and patient centered care. Healthcare’s favorite buzzwords or the new reality? Countless experts and events have popped up to tell you what it is and to forecast what it means for your organization.  But no one is showing you how to actually do it.  Until now.

At the 2016 Achieving Excellence in Patient-Centered Care conference, you’ll spend two full days with leaders of accountable care organizations, large health systems, home health agencies, medical practices, hospitals, and more.  If they have implemented a program that successfully drives value across the continuum of care – and can provide a roadmap and tactical steps for you to follow – they’ll be here.

Join us in Chicago and we promise you will learn:

  • Quality improvement strategies to help you prosper in risk sharing models.
  • Techniques to realign incentives to successful performance and financial outcomes.
  • Steps to optimize provider partnership contracts to reap the quality-based and financial rewards as healthcare shifts its focus from volume to value.
  • How to solve more than a dozen operational challenges to improve the patient experience, reduce cost and demonstrate quality.
  • Proven ways to leverage data to define value and drive behavioral change.
  • Approaches to bring together public health, safety net providers, hospitals, education groups, and the community to maximize limited resources to improve population health.

With power workshops, breakout tracks and roundtables throughout the jam-packed two-day agenda, this event ensures all provider settings operating within all value-based payment models will receive the operational and tactical roadmaps needed to achieve excellence in patient-centered care.

To ensure every attendee can get the most out of their experience, space is limited. 

Register online or call toll-free 1-855-CALL-DH1 to reserve your seat today!

Should you attend?

Struggling to successfully use data to identify value and care transition triggers?

Worried about how to sustain your organization while making the transition to value-based care delivery?

Running into roadblocks when trying to effectively collaborate across the continuum?

Hampered by traditional ways of thinking in transforming culture and processes?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, it is imperative that you join us in Chicago on Nov. 17!