Partnerships for Population Health Management

Increasingly, hospitals and health systems are forming partnerships to attain the new and demanding capabilities required to manage population health under value-based payment. This webinar describes the key considerations for assessing potential partnerships, such as strategic intent, network development and population health management functions. Two case examples presented illustrate such partnerships, including Atlantic Coast Health Network, a clinically integrated network that is a collaboration between Holy Cross Physician Partners in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. and Memorial Health Network in Hollywood, Fla., and Granite Health, a joint venture partnership of six New Hampshire health systems committed to using their resources to provide better care more cost effectively.

Increasingly, hospitals and health systems are forming partnerships to attain the new and demanding capabilities required to manage population health under value-based payment. This webinar describes the key considerations for assessing potential partnerships, such as strategic intent, network development and population health management functions. Two case examples presented illustrate such partnerships, including Atlantic Coast Health Network, a clinically integrated network that is a collaboration between Holy Cross Physician Partners in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. and Memorial Health Network in Hollywood, Fla., and Granite Health, a joint venture partnership of six New Hampshire health systems committed to using their resources to provide better care more cost effectively.

Learning objectives:

  • Be able to identify key criteria for potential population-health partnerships
  • Have the ability to describe two models for population health-focused partnerships

Presenters:

  • Esther Surujon, CEO, Memorial Health Network, co-executive director, Atlantic Coast Health Network
  • Rachel Rowe, president and CEO, Granite Health
  • Mark Grube, managing director, Kaufman, Hall & Associates, LLC

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