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Preparing Your Infrastructure for New Payment Models:JANUARY 29: Assessing Your Existing Program

Emily Richmond, Jason Scull and Samantha Burch

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- Inventory of the current payment model landscape - Taking a deeper dive into evolving hospital payment models: drivers, challenges and opportunities - How improved health care delivery can transition to innovative payment models and the role of the physician SPEAKERS: Emily Richmond , MPH currently serves as Senior Manager of Health Care Quality at Practice Fusion, Inc., a web-based electronic medical record company headquartered in San Francisco, California. As a member of the product and technology team at Practice Fusion, Ms. Richmond helps to ensure that all products and features contribute to a high quality health care and clinical documentation experience. Ms. Richmond also works closely with the company’s senior leadership team to advise them on new business development opportunities including policy implications and potential risks in areas including health information exchange, payment reform, care coordination programs, ACOs, patient safety, quality improvement and patient/provider engagement. Jason Scull is an Assistant Director of Federal Affairs for the American Medical Association. Since joining the AMA in 2011, he has worked on practice- and payment-related policy issues. His primary responsibility is working with a Committee of Innovators to develop resources that help practicing physicians participate in new delivery and payment models. Sam Burch is the Vice President, Legislation and Health Information Technology for the Federation of American Hospitals. Ms. Burch represents the FAH before Members of Congress and their professional staff on a wide range of issues of interest to investor-owned hospitals and serves as the FAH’s primary staff specialist for health information technology issues. Additionally, she represents the FAH at various related public forums and coalition meetings and supports the work of FAH member committees.

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Product ID: WEB-4
Publication Year: 2014