Managing Employee Populations: What Providers Can Learn to Inform their Overall Value-Based Strategy
Posted on Jul 06, 2017

Managing your own employee population is a great way to get experience with population health. But what is that next step to take once you've started seeing improved outcomes and lower costs within that initial population? There are a variety of options you can pursue including payer partnerships or launching your own health plan. Regardless of the path you choose, it is critical to incorporate the lessons you've learned from managing your employees into your strategy in order to successfully manage those additional new lines of business.

Hear from a health plan expert on how you can take the population health experience you've gained in managing your own employees to branch out into other lines of business successfully.

Learning objectives:

  • Understand the market landscape for health systems considering taking on more risk
  • Hear about health systems who have expanded from managing their employees to additional populations – and how they learned from their employees to guide the strategy
  • Receive specific tactics and analysis that you can do to prepare for the imminent transition toward risk

Who should attend?
Health system executives, Chief Financial Officers, Physicians and Clinical Leaders

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