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RHPTP HELP Webinar: Delivering Post-Acute Care Services in a Value-Based Care Environment - Trends and Implications

12 p.m. - 1 p.m. Central Time
The National Rural Health Resource Center & Stroudwater Associates
RHPTP HELP Webinar-PAC in Value-Based Care Environment.pdf (1.02 MB)

Speaker

Louise Bryde, Senior Advisor, Stroudwater Associates

Description

Health care is rapidly evolving as the industry creeps closer to a system focused on value and outcomes, with many of these changes influencing post-acute care. This webinar will briefly review the current predominate levels and settings of Post-Acute Care (PAC), and the impact of Value-Based Care/Reimbursement models on PAC services delivery. This session will also explore the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services recognized levels of PAC, value-based care models enrollment growth, PAC utilization trends, and potential implications for the future. 

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this webinar, participants will be able to: 

  1. Identify and briefly describe the CMS-recognized levels of Post-Acute Care services in the U.S. 
  2. Demonstrate a basic awareness of Value-Based Care models and enrollment trends in the U.S.
  3. Demonstrate a general understanding of the impact of Value-Based Care and Reimbursement arrangements on Post-Acute Care utilization 
  4. Briefly describe/discuss potential implications for the future of PAC services 

 

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Speakers

Louise Bryde

Stroudwater Associates
Louise Bryde joined Stroudwater Associates in 2013 and brings to the firm more than 35 years of experience in healthcare management and clinical operations.
Louise Bryde

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