Fee: $15 (includes morning coffee).
Pre-registration is required.
This summit will provide an overview of the evolving business model that community-based organizations, including area agencies on aging, are undertaking to create value-based services for older adults using value-based pricing models. Essential to creating a full span of reimbursable services is a continuum of care linking medical and social service professionals who provide comprehensive services for the management of post-acute and chronic conditions from hospital to home. Faculty will present a variety of perspectives: hospital and medical care, payors, and community-based organizations, including disability organizations. The spotlight will focus on pioneering organizations undertaking the process of creating social service networks, and/or independent CBOs to provide services for managed care organizations.
Presenters: Brian M. Duke, MHA MBE, System Director, Senior Services, Main Line Health; Louis Frick, MS, CRC, Executive Director, Access to Independence of San Diego; Pamela M. Mokler, MSG, Vice President of Long Term Services & Supports, Care1st Health Plan; Nora OBrien-Suric, Senior Program Officer, The John A. Hartford Foundation; Marisa Scala-Foley, Center for Integrated Programs, Office of Integrated Care Innovations, Administration for Community Living; June Simmons, MSW, President & CEO, Partners in Care Foundation; Sue Tatangelo, Chief Resource Officer, Camarillo Health District; Erin Westphal, Program Officer, The SCAN Foundation.
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