“For most of my childhood, I advocated for myself; as I grew up and became politicized, I saw the world through a larger lens.”
– Alice Wong, founder of the Disability Visibility Project
If you are looking to learn more about Value Based Payments, the presentations listed below cover various topics and VBP trends. If that doesn’t help, contact XtraGlobex to leverage our insights and experience.
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New York State: Intro to Value Based Payments
New York State: Value Based Payment for Providers
The video gives an overview of what value based payments (VBP) are, its important role in the NYS Medicaid program, and how it will help to improve patient outcomes.
This video highlights how Value Based Payment (VBP) will reshape our health care system and the important role providers play within VBP.
Washington: Intro to Value Based Payments
Aetna Health: Navigating Value Based Payments
Paying for value is one of the main Healthier Washington strategies to achieve the triple aim of better health, better care, and lower costs, and value based payments are the solution.
Navigating value based payments in today’s evolving healthcare landscape is challenging. View this whiteboard animation to see how athenahealth can help.
What is Value Based Payments?
Value Based Payments Crash Course
Wondering about Value Based Purchasing? Well you’ve come to the right place. Sit back and enjoy this high-level overview of the concept.
Epstein Becker Green Webinar with Attorney Helaine Fingold: Value Based Payments Crash Course Webinar Series, presented May 3, 2016.
Remedy Partners: Case for Bundled Payments
VNA of America: Bundled Payments
Remedy was founded by a team of people with a long history in developing episode programs. Here, they make a case for bundled payments.
The basics of bundled payments: This presentation includes how they are structured, how providers are paid, and what conditions are typically included in bundles.
In this FREE webinar, we will discuss which policies and industry trends from the Obama administration likely will and won’t change under President Trump. What will it ultimately mean for healthcare providers? We have the answers!
The Aetna 2018 Health Care Trends Report explores the key factors driving this shift: New strategies that yield better results from our country’s investment in health care; the role of diversity in shaping a new health care system; how health companies can help conquer the scourge of opioid addiction.