Original Air Date: April 28, 2021
Employers and health plans alike recognize the vital role primary care plays in optimizing plan member health, especially for those with chronic conditions, and want to invest more heavily in this area without increasing overall health plan spend. Value-based payment models are proven to be effective in coordinating care across providers and settings and have helped to reduce costs and improve outcomes, but are often associated with procedures vs. chronic conditions.
In this 30-minute webinar, get the insights and actionable approaches you need to increase the value of health plan investments, reduce costs, and improve care quality.
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Whether you’re a benefits leader, employee benefits consultant, or manage risk, cost, and/or medical management at a health plan, this session will provide an important foundation to support your strategies for 2022 and beyond.
Register today — we hope to see you there!
Marc Rothman, MD oversees clinical quality and program development for Signify Health. Prior to this, Dr. Rothman served as Deputy Chief Medical Officer at Aspire Healthcare, where he led a nationwide palliative care medical practice and implemented and grew new clinical models and business lines. He also served as Enterprise Chief Medical Officer at Kindred Healthcare, where he oversaw medical affairs, clinical quality, patient experience, and pharmacy services. Dr. Rothman holds an MD from New York University School of Medicine and is triple boarded in internal, geriatric, and hospice & palliative medicine.
Dr. Rastogi helps organizations develop and implement innovative payment programs focused on transparency, actionability, and care quality improvements. She is an expert in the use of statistical models and risk adjustment methodologies, and has extensive experience using episodes of care for cost analysis and evidence based-medicine guidelines for quality evaluations. Prior to joining Signify Health, Dr. Rastogi was Chief Medical Officer at HCI 3, where she helped to redesign the New York State Medicaid DSRIP program. Before that, Dr. Rastogi was Senior Director of Physician Performance and Quality Programs at Ingenix (now Optum). A Mayo-trained cardiac surgeon, Dr. Rastogi is certified in heart and lung transplantation.