On February 25, 2016, HMA Information Services hosted the webinar, “Value Based End-of-Life Care: Having the Conversation Nobody Wants to Have Benefits Everybody.”
There is growing evidence that end-of-life planning and value-based end-of-life care is a win-win for patients, providers, and payers – resulting in higher quality care that is aligned with patients’ preferences and eliminates relatively high cost futile care.
During this webinar, HMA experts Sukey Barnum, Laurie Lockert, and Suzanne Mitchell, MD, build the case for value-based end-of-life care and planning, and provide a roadmap for health plans and providers looking to launch end-of-life care policies and educational programs.
Listen to the replay and understand:
- The drivers accelerating the need for value-based end-of-life care and planning.
- The business case, examples and challenges for developing and implementing value-based end-of-life care programs, policies, and initiatives.
- The added complexities of end-of-life-care and planning for special populations such as people with serious mental illness, and the benefit of using trauma informed care models for such end-of-life care and planning.
The slide deck for this webinar can be retrieved by clicking the “DOWNLOAD” button below.