ACHP is pleased to announce the Behavioral Health Collaborative meeting in San Diego!
The collaborative will be meeting concurrently with the medical directors, clinical executives and quality leaders, providing a great opportunity to network with colleagues across the member organizations and participate in joint discussions over the course of the meeting. Discussion sessions on May 24 will focus on alternative payment. The second day of the meeting (May 25) will be reserved for leaders of each clinical collaborative.
The meeting will be held at the Hilton San Diego Resort & Spa in San Diego, California. The meeting will begin on Wednesday, May 24 at 8:00 a.m. PT and include a day long joint session with the chief medical officers, clinical executives and quality leaders and invited guests around the theme of alternative payment. ACHP will host a networking event for all attendees that evening. The meeting with only the behavioral health directors will begin at 8:00 a.m. PT on Thursday, May 25 and conclude at 1:00 p.m. PT.
In preparation for the meeting, we have compiled a set of pre-reading materials, all of which relates to the topics on the agenda. These materials are designed to set the foundation for our discussions and will be referenced throughout the meeting to help provide perspective and guide insights.
There are two types of materials: “Recommended” and “Further” reading. We ask that you read the “Recommended” materials prior to the meeting. The articles designated as “Further Reading” are pieces we think are valuable, but if you have limited time, we would rather you concentrate that time on the recommended materials.
- The Shift to Value-Based Payment
- Succeeding in New Payment Models
- Addressing the Social Determinants of Health
- SAMHSA’s Homeless and Housing Resource Network
- Dr. Amit Shah will discuss how CareOregon is addressing the social determinants of health, focusing on three main areas: housing for the low-income population, food security and social supports/combating social isolation. Linked below are a number of background articles.
- A summary of CareOregon’s Housing with Services Program and some of the evaluation framework
- A case study of a member enrolled in CareOregon’s Housing with Services Program
- A Health Affairs article written about the impact of housing programs in Portland on health care expenditures and health outcomes
- The Business Plan document (CCC Housing) that describes CareOregon’s newest housing investment
- And several Food Rx documents that will give attendees
- Advocacy Update
Further Reading (optional):
- Guide to Alternative Payment Models
- HCP-LAN White Paper: Alternative Payment Model (APM) Framework
- General: Value-Based Payment
- The Effects of Pay-for-Performance Programs on Health, Health Use, and Processes of Care – discusses the effects of pay-for-performance programs targeted at the physician, group, managerial or institutional level on process-of-care and patient outcomes in ambulatory and inpatient settings.
- Should Medicare Value-Based Purchasing Take Social Risk into Account? and Social Risk Factors and Equity in Medicare Payment– examine the implications of a value-based health care delivery system on patients with social risk factors and on the providers who disproportionately provide care to socially at-risk populations; suggest strategies to account for social risk factors in Medicare payment
- Effects of Health Care Payment Models on Physician Practice in the United States – describes the effects that alternative health care payment models have on physicians and physician practices in the United States.
- RAND Payment Model Summary – summarizes the findings from the above study. Prepared by Thomas Foels, MD, executive vice president and chief medical officer at Independent Health.
- A Roundtable: The Hidden Issue – Fraud, Waste and Abuse