About the Webinar

To achieve value-based care goals - along with the quadruple aim- we need to leverage data, analytics, and technology to equip payers and providers with tools that facilitate better decision-making based on evidence. To enable high-quality care and cost-effective outcomes, care teams need access to real-time, actionable insights into patient health to automate workflows, personalize care and manage various protocols.

But, how can we capture clinical and claims data, distill that into reports and enable physician engagement to maintain actionable insights at the point of care? To enable patient-centered care, organizations need to integrate information across the continuum, drive care management protocols and develop analytics capabilities.

They need to reimagine how they identify, engage, and manage the care of patients and also determine new ways of engaging and aligning physicians and care teams in creating better-coordinated care across the continuum.

Join Dr. David Nace, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Innovaccer, Brandon J. Burket, Assistant Vice President of Value-Based Care and Population Health, Orlando Health and Dr. Paul Grundy, MD, Covener of CareAsOne, Chief Transformation Officer, Innovaccer Inc. to learn how to use data, analytics, and technology to create better health outcomes and explore the financial incentives available to participants in risk-bearing payment models for confidently moving into risk arrangements.

You will learn

  • Leveraging Value-Based Models to Improve Quality, Reduce Costs and Transform Care Experiences
  • How can payers and providers leverage data, analytics, and technology to facilitate evidence-based decision-making and access greater visibility into costs, risk, and patient outcomes?
  • How can developing a phased payer-provider collaboration and engagement plan ensure high-quality care?

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About the Webinar

To achieve value-based care goals - along with the quadruple aim- we need to leverage data, analytics, and technology to equip payers and providers with tools that facilitate better decision-making based on evidence. To enable high-quality care and cost-effective outcomes, care teams need access to real-time, actionable insights into patient health to automate workflows, personalize care and manage various protocols.

But, how can we capture clinical and claims data, distill that into reports and enable physician engagement to maintain actionable insights at the point of care? To enable patient-centered care, organizations need to integrate information across the continuum, drive care management protocols and develop analytics capabilities.

They need to reimagine how they identify, engage, and manage the care of patients and also determine new ways of engaging and aligning physicians and care teams in creating better-coordinated care across the continuum.

Join Dr. David Nace, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Innovaccer, Brandon J. Burket, Assistant Vice President of Value-Based Care and Population Health, Orlando Health and Dr. Paul Grundy, MD, Covener of CareAsOne, Chief Transformation Officer, Innovaccer Inc. to learn how to use data, analytics, and technology to create better health outcomes and explore the financial incentives available to participants in risk-bearing payment models for confidently moving into risk arrangements.

You will learn

  • Leveraging Value-Based Models to Improve Quality, Reduce Costs and Transform Care Experiences
  • How can payers and providers leverage data, analytics, and technology to facilitate evidence-based decision-making and access greater visibility into costs, risk, and patient outcomes?
  • How can developing a phased payer-provider collaboration and engagement plan ensure high-quality care?

About the Presenters

Brandon Burket
Brandon Burket
Assistant Vice President of Value Based Care and Population Health, Orlando Health

In his current role as Assistant Vice President of Population Health and Value Based Care, Brandon spends much of his time focused on value based care delivery models and furthering healthcare innovation. He is responsible for the oversight and management of the health system’s clinically integrated network (“Orlando Health Network”) which has scaled to become the largest such network in the region over the past several years, comprising nearly 5,000 affiliated providers caring for more than 275,000 covered lives. To date, this network has demonstrably shown its value, delivering the highest quality care to members as compared to peer benchmarks while generating more than $150 million in savings to aligned payer and employer partners. Brandon has been working at Orlando Health (Orlando, Fla.) since July 2013, serving in a variety of roles ranging from physician integration, strategic planning, clinical transformation, and alternative payment model development, since that time. In his time at Orlando Health, Brandon and his department have been tasked to lead the strategy, operations, analytics, and care management functions of the system’s multiple Accountable Care Organization (ACO) payer contracts, federal and commercial bundled payment portfolio, and the largest direct-to-employer relationship in the country with Disney Worldwide Services. His other duties include the development of new clinical and administrative partnership models along with the business planning for emerging alternative payment offerings. Prior to employment with Orlando Health, Brandon completed his Administrative Fellowship at Tampa General Hospital (Tampa, Fla.) where he had the opportunity to learn and work under the direction of executive leadership. He received both his Bachelor and Master degrees from the University of Florida in the fields of Health Science and Health Administration, respectively. During his graduate studies, he was also afforded the opportunity to gain practical administrative experiences at multiple integrated delivery systems, including Health First (Rockledge, Fla.) and UF Health (Gainesville, Fla.), in various project-based internship capacities.

Paul Grundy MD, MPH, FACOEM, FACPM
Paul Grundy MD, MPH, FACOEM, FACPM
Founder of PCPCC, Chief Transformation Officer at Innovaccer & “Godfather” of the PCMH movement

Dr. Grundy is the Chief Transformation Officer at Innovaccer. Affectionately known as the ‘Godfather’ of the Patient-Centered Medical Home model, he is the Founding President of the Primary Care Collaborative (PCC) and a member of the National Academy of Medicine. Prior to Innovaccer Dr Grundy enjoyed an esteemed career at IBM, as the Chief Medical Officer of the Healthcare Life Sciences division, and the Global Director of Healthcare Transformation. Previous to IBM he was the Minister Consular for the US Department of State. Dr. Grundy is a globally respected healthcare convener, storyteller, and visionary - a "Trusted Healer”. He holds numerous international honorary titles and awards, including an honorary lifetime member of the UK National Association of Primary Care, an Ambassador for Healthcare DENMARK, and the first international member of the Irish National Association of General Practice. He was the recipient of the NCQA National Quality Award in 2012, and recipient of the prestigious Barbara Starfield Primary Care Leadership Award in 2016.

David Nace MD
David Nace MD
Chief Medical Officer at Innovaccer, Former VP & CMO at Aetna, & Former VP at McKesson

Dr. David Nace is the Chief Medical Officer at Innovaccer where its category creating healthcare data activation platform is on a mission to organize healthcare information and make it accessible, useful, and actionable. Dr. Nace has over 25 years of executive management experience in large healthcare systems, payer health plans, and leading healthcare provider and health information technology organizations. With strong collaborative and cross-functional leadership skills, he previously served as SVP, CMO with United Health Group and VP, CMO with Aetna, and CMO at McKesson. Dr. Nace earned his medical degree from the University of Pittsburgh.