Webinars

Upcoming Webinar

September22
2 - 2:30pm EDT

Health Performance Accelerator Webinar Series: Strategies to Integrate Health and Human Services Systems

State and local governments face a common set of challenges to implementing well-coordinated, fully-integrated health and human services (HHS) programs. From multiple information systems that cannot exchange data to overlapping funding streams and workflows, fragmented and siloed HHS systems create inefficiencies which jeopardize the health and wellbeing of the populations which they seek to serve. … Read More

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Webinar Replay – Health Performance Accelerator Webinar Series: Maximizing the “Value” of Value-Based Payment Arrangements

This webinar was held on September 15, 2020. Provider-based organizations – particularly groups of providers such as accountable care organizations (ACOs), independent practice associations (IPAs), and clinically integrated networks – are in a unique position to create value for patients. Moreover, payers are increasingly being called upon to enter into value-based payment arrangements with providers. … Read More

Webinar Replay – Health Performance Accelerator Webinar Series: How Health Plans Can Meet Competing Performance Demands of Stakeholders

This webinar was held on September 10, 2020. Health plans face complex and competing demands from a wide variety of stakeholders for measurable improvements in performance. That’s especially challenging for small and mid-sized health plans that don’t have the resources of larger entities. During this webinar, experts from HMA and HealthEC outlined ways in which … Read More

Webinar Replay – Health Performance Accelerator Webinar Series: How States Are Rethinking Medicaid Managed Care Performance Management

This webinar was held on September 8, 2020. State Medicaid agencies (SMAs) are actively exploring improved approaches to managing the performance of Medicaid managed care organizations (MCOs) and accountable care organizations (ACOs), emphasizing tailored quality measures, new incentive models, more effective use of information technology, and revised contract requirements. During this webinar, experts from HMA … Read More

Webinar Replay: National and State Strategies for Long-Term Care at Home

This webinar was held on August 31, 2020. The COVID-19 pandemic has created greater impetus for the growth of home-based care alternatives to hospital and institutional care. In this webinar, HMA experts provided a national overview of the trend toward home-based care and highlighted innovations in state policies, payer programs, clinical models, and payment models. … Read More

Webinar Replay: Exploring Medicare Advantage Plans as a New Business Strategy

This webinar was held on August 6, 2020. The COVID-19 pandemic shined a spotlight on funding pressures on providers and systems that rely largely on fee-for-service payment. This, along with additional stressors brought on by the pandemic, has led many health systems and providers to consider revenue diversification and service expansion strategies. During this webinar, … Read More

Webinar Replay: Leveraging the Primary Care Team’s Strengths During Reopening: Part 3 – Payment and Documentation

This webinar was held on July 29, 2020. In this webinar, HMA primary care experts discussed current payment flexibilities that allow physician practices to maintain revenues while operating in a virtual environment. Given the likelihood that many patients will continue to receive care virtually even after the pandemic, HMA experts explored mechanisms for alternative payment … Read More

Webinar Replay: Leveraging the Primary Care Team’s Strengths During Reopening: Part 2 – Adapting the Environment

This webinar was held on July 22, 2020. Before reopening for in-person visits, primary care practices must address a wide variety of safety considerations, including infection control protocols; modifications to offices, waiting areas, and exam rooms; staffing and workflow issues; and other strategies that minimize the risk of exposure to COVID-19 for both patients and … Read More