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ASA’s 2016 Managed Care Summit: A Pathway Forward

Thursday, March 24 | 9:00 AM–1:00 PM

Fee: $15 (includes morning coffee).
Pre-registration is required.

Click here to sign up for this event when you register for Aging in America or to add this event to your existing registration.

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.

Topics include:

  • Value-based Services at Value-based Pricing—The Hospital Perspective: A Translational Conversation
  • The ACL Perspective: Business Acumen Learning Collaborative and Building Network Models of Integrated Services
  • The SCAN Foundation Linkage Lab – Shifting Business Practices of Community-based Organizations
  • Contracted Individually and Joined a Network
  • An Independent Living Center and Managed Health Plan Collaboration
  • A Pathway Forward

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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