Selected Videos on Healthcare Partnerships

Videos in List: 

Can you profitably provide coverage and deliver care?

Provider-affiliated and provider-owned health plans face many challenges as they work to both deliver care and provide coverage. They must tackle value-based payment models, provider profiling, network design, care management and physician engagement. This video explains how they can succeed in the health insurance marketplace.

Video Link: 

Clinical Integration: The Way of the Future

AceApplications, LLC via vimeo: Presented By David A. Spahlinger, MD, Senior Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs • Executive Director, Faculty Group Practice University of Michigan Medical School. With the recent push towards increasing quality and efficiency through lower care costs, Dr. Spahlinger has been one of our nation’s key figures in spearheading modeling towards these initiatives.

Video Link: 

From Competition to Collaboration: Insights from the ACO Journey

Northwest Regional Primary Care Association via YouTube:  This workshop is aimed at senior leaders preparing to participate in collaborative partnerships associated with value-based reimbursement models such as accountable care organizations or bundled payments. We will look at a virtual ACO that moved from competition to collaboration in rural North Dakota, beginning with a Community Health Needs Assessment through development of a Community Health Improvement Plan.

Video Link: 

Joint Venturing: Providers and Payers Pursue Accountable Care

Foley and Lardner via YouTube: This Web conference discusses ways health care providers and payers can work together to develop markets and share economic risks through collaborative product design and service delivery. Duration: 1:02:54.

Video Link: 

Recasting Roles: New Models and Relationships in the Age of Healthcare Reform

Mohit Kaushal, EVP of Business Development and Chief Strategy Officer at the West Wireless Health Institute, led an exchange about how the major stakeholders in the healthcare ecosystem are reacting to technology change, coupled with regulatory reform and rising costs. Specifically, the panel explored changes such as accountable care organizations (ACOs), bundled payments, readmissions rules, and other risk-sharing models, interoperability standards, the shift to a distributed, home-based model of care, and wireless technology. Panelists included Dr.

Video Link: 

Trending Videos over past 30 days

  • Past:
  • 1 month