About the Webinar

Value-based care will be the reality of healthcare of the 2020s and for the foreseeable future.. Healthcare organizations shifting away from fee-for-service are using technology to modernize and strengthen the role of primary care practices.

Stakeholders have a critical role in breaking down silos and developing integrated networks to drive transformation. Payers and providers are identifying high-risk patients and using technology to enable more meaningful interactions between patients and providers. This enhanced understanding of population health is strengthening the impact of data analytics and building the infrastructure for more power care delivery models.

You will learn

    • Review models and strategies significant in improving the health of populations.
    • Explore other factors, such as the social determinants of health (SDOH), and how they impact health and wellness.
    • Define perspectives related to risk assessment and measurement within the population health context.
    • Identify barriers in the use of population health data sources, including issues related to big data, interoperability, and population segmentation.
    • Describe the conceptual and practical challenges of developing valid and reliable population health analytic methods.
    • Discuss value-based payment systems and the role of data analytics in achieving their potential.

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About the Webinar

Value-based care will be the reality of healthcare of the 2020s and for the foreseeable future.. Healthcare organizations shifting away from fee-for-service are using technology to modernize and strengthen the role of primary care practices.

Stakeholders have a critical role in breaking down silos and developing integrated networks to drive transformation. Payers and providers are identifying high-risk patients and using technology to enable more meaningful interactions between patients and providers. This enhanced understanding of population health is strengthening the impact of data analytics and building the infrastructure for more power care delivery models.

You will learn

    • Review models and strategies significant in improving the health of populations.
    • Explore other factors, such as the social determinants of health (SDOH), and how they impact health and wellness.
    • Define perspectives related to risk assessment and measurement within the population health context.
    • Identify barriers in the use of population health data sources, including issues related to big data, interoperability, and population segmentation.
    • Describe the conceptual and practical challenges of developing valid and reliable population health analytic methods.
    • Discuss value-based payment systems and the role of data analytics in achieving their potential.

About the Presenters

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.

About the Moderator

Jaan Sidorov MD
Jaan Sidorov MD
CEO & President, PA Clinical Network and President-Elect, Population Health Alliance

Dr. Jaan Sidorov is the CEO and President of the PA Clinical Network at the Pennsylvania Medical Society and President-Elect at the Population Health Alliance. He is a board certified general internal medicine physician with over 25 years of experience in primary care, inpatient care, medical education and evidence-based practice. Jaan believes physician leadership throughout the continuum of care is the bedrock of value-based care delivery. Dr. Sidorov received his Medical Degree from the Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine, and completed his internship and residency at the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center in Hanover, New Hampshire. He also served as a Chief Resident, at Reading Hospital, Reading, Pennsylvania

About the Population Health Alliance

Population Health Alliance (PHA), a corporate 501(c)6 nonprofit organization, is the industry's only multi-stakeholder professional and trade association solely focused on population health management, representing stakeholders from across the health care ecosystem that seek to improve health outcomes, optimize the consumer and provider experience and drive affordability.

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