5: Supporting the Triple Aim: Stakeholder Perspectives on Population Based Payment Models

Population-Based Payment (PBP) models are showing promising results through creating incentives to improve health care quality, health outcomes and lower costs. PBP models involve provider accountability for a patient population across the full continuum of care, including preventive care to end-of-life care and everything in-between—with a goal and incentives to achieve better quality and outcomes while lowering total costs. This session will highlight the fact that success of PBP models requires engaged patients, purchaser alignment with overall goals, and new relationships between providers and payers to achieve the promise.

LAN Summit Session 5 Supporting the Triple Aim: Stakeholder Perspectives on Population-Based Payment

    • David Lansky – PBGH
    • Mai Pham – CMS
    • Ann Hwang – Community Catalyst
    • Dana Safran – BCBS-MA

Location: Fairfax Ballroom Date: April 25, 2016 Time: 1:35 pm - 2:30 pm David Lansky (PBGH) Mai Pham (CMS) Ann Hwang (Community Catalyst) Dana Safran* (BCBS-MA)