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Webinar Details

  • Pub Code: SW607-11WEB
  • Price: FREE
  • Wed., Oct. 19, 2016
    • 2:00 - 3:00 Eastern time
    • 1:00 - 2:00 Central time
    • 12:00 - 1:00 Mountain time
    • 11:00 - 12:00 Pacific time
  • Speakers
    • Lili Brillstein, Director of Episodes of Care at Horizon Healthcare
    • Mark McAdoo, Vice President, Value Based Payments, at McKesson Health Solutions

Implementing Effective Episode-of-Care Programs: Strategies for Health Plans and Providers

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Join us for this free webinar and learn how to implement episodes of care, the fastest-growing value-based payment model.

Value-based reimbursement has reached a tipping point, with payers noting that they are 58% along the continuum towards full value-based reimbursement, according to a recent market research study conducted by ORC International. Both payers and providers, however, are finding the complexity of value-based models a challenge to operationalize and scale. This webinar will explain these recent market findings and highlight how provider partnerships, continuous collaboration and the use of technology helped one health plan implement a successful retrospective episode-of-care program.

Join us for a free 60-minute webinar on October 19 and hear Lili Brillstein, Director, Episodes of Care, Horizon Healthcare, and Mark McAdoo, Vice President, Value Based Payments, McKesson Health Solutions, explain the details of strategies that can help plans and providers steer clear of pitfalls that make episode-of-care programs so challenging to operationalize. Webinar participants can expect to obtain valuable perspectives on key questions, including:

  • What is the projected growth rate of episode-of-care programs across payers and providers?
  • Are payers and providers prepared to scale episode-of-care models?
  • Why are collaboration and transparency across stakeholders critical to building a successful episode-of-care program?
  • How can plans and providers use analytics to support program development, pinpoint opportunities and assess program performance?
  • What quality results have plans and providers seen in episode-of-care practices versus non-episode-of-care practices?


Director of Episodes of Care at Horizon Healthcare

Lili Brillstein is the Director of Episodes of Care at Horizon Healthcare. She is a nationally recognized leader in the advancement of Episodes of Care/Bundled Payments as a value based approach for specialty care and in promoting the migration from fee for service to patient centered, fee for quality models. Lili is actively engaged in changing the healthcare delivery and payment paradigm and cultivating functionally collaborative relationships between payers and providers across the continuum of healthcare. Horizon Healthcare is the only licensed Blue Cross and Blue Shield health plan in New Jersey, providing coverage to more than 3.6 million people throughout North, Central, and South New Jersey.

Vice President, Value Based Payments, at McKesson Health Solutions

Mark McAdoo is Vice President, Value Based Payments, at McKesson Health Solutions. He leads the value-based payment portfolio at McKesson, which includes the organization’s retrospective bundled payment solution, HealthQX. Prior to launching HealthQX, Mark was the co-founder of several other successful start-ups, including IntelliSource Healthcare Solutions, which he successfully sold to DST Health Solutions in 2011. Previously, he served as Director of Health Care for IBM Corporation. Mark is on the board of a number of emerging growth technology companies. Mark attended Drexel University, where he is currently on the Board of Drexel University’s LeBow School of Business. He also holds an MBA degree from Columbia Business School.

Moderator: Jill Brown, Executive Editor of AIS

A concluding Q&A session will give you a chance to pose questions to the speakers.

Designed Especially For

  • Health plan CEOs, CFOs, chief operating officers, chief technology officers, chief information officers, chief medical directors, strategy executives, provider relations/network management executives, medical management executives, claims operations executives, new business developers, product development directors
  • ACO and other provider organization CEOs, chief operating and financial officers, chief technology officers, chief information officers, chief medical directors/medical management, directors of managed care, strategy and business planning executives, directors of managed care contracting and payer relations

How the Webinar Works

All you need to access our Webinar is access to the Internet – no downloads are required. The presentation is followed by a 15-minute Q&A with the speaker(s). You can invite all your colleagues to gather in a conference room with one computer to share the experience.

Our Webinars work equally well on PCs and Macs.

  1. Register above (or call 800-521-4323 to register).

  2. When you register, you will receive a confirmation by email from "David Barnisin, AIS Conference Coordinator," with a password and Web link that you will use to connect to the Webinar.

    There is no limit on the number of participants from your office, but each registration covers only one log-in. Additional log-ins require additional registrations.

  3. For your convenience, you will receive a copy of the Printed Materials in PDF format by email prior to the Webinar. These materials will include the same presentation you will view online during the Webinar.

  4. The final segment of the Webinar will let you ask questions and get answers from the speakers.