Leveraging Payment Reforms to Transform and Expand Home-Based Care for People with Complex Health NeedsRegister
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The Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy is hosting a public webinar to discuss opportunities to expand home-based care for people with complex health and social needs. Home-based care is an untapped resource to provide care to millions of people in the United States who are unable to access or have difficulty obtaining care. This webinar will explore immediate policy opportunities to increase home-based care at both the federal and state level, including pathways to use value-based payment models to further expand access to home-based care services.
Join the Duke-Margolis Center’s upcoming webinar, which will include a panel with national experts as well as a fireside chat with a CMS Innovation Center representative to identify key actions in the public and private sector to strengthen and scale home-based care.
Panel discussion with:
Christine Ritchie, MD, MSPH; Director of Research for the Division of Palliative Care and Geriatric Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital; Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School
Patrick Conway, MD; CEO of Care Solutions, Optum
Curtis Cunningham; Assistant Administrator of Benefits and Service Delivery, Wisconsin Division of Medicaid Services
Julian Harris, MD, MBA; Chairman and CEO, ConcertoCare; Operating Partner at Deerfield Management
Fireside chat with:
Chris Ritter, PhD, MPA; Acting Deputy Director and Patient Care Models Group Director, Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI)
Mark McClellan, MD, PhD; Director, Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy
This webinar and project are supported by The Commonwealth Fund, The SCAN Foundation, and The John A. Hartford Foundation.