In our first virtual panel discussion, we gained exclusive insights into the current state of the healthcare landscape and the future of value-based care. As a result of a survey to our attendees, 25 percent of healthcare leaders identified lack of resources as the main barrier for implementing a value-based program.
Knowing that a VBC operation can lead to reduced costs, increased patient satisfaction, and improved outcomes, we are exploring ways to measure value-based care in meaningful ways. Join this second session of our panel series, Measuring Success in Value-Based Care: Strategic Perspectives Across Healthcare, as speakers dive deeper into how they're measuring success in their organizations and how you can capitalize on areas of opportunities.
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About the Presenter: Gary Wainer, D.O.
Chief Medical Officer, Innovista Health Solutions
Dr. Gary Wainer is a board-certified Family Medicine and Addiction Medicine specialist and presently serves as the Innovista Health Solutions Chief Medical Officer and Illinois Market President.
Previous Career: Executive Director and Chief Medical Officer of Chicago Health System, Medical Director of Northwestern Medicine Physician Network, Medical Director of the MacNeal Hospital Dependency Treatment Center, of Chief Medical Officer at MacNeal Hospital, VP of Operations at MacNeal Hospital, established Primary Care Associates
About the Presenter: Susie Valentine, MBA
VP of Population Health, Healthcare Provider Connections, Inc.
Susie is a highly analytical healthcare management professional with vast and diverse experience in health insurance, provider services, and medical operations with proficiencies in financial management, leadership, and positive clinical outcomes.
Previous Career: Aetna, Meritra, Inc, Anthem, ACR Consulting Services
About the Presenter: Randall Taubman, MD
Founder & President, Inovo Health Corp & Affiliate Assistant Professor of Medicine, Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine at Florida Atlantic University
Dr. Taubman has 15+ years of experience working in a managed care environment with almost 3 years of experience working in a health plan setting. Within his managed care experience he has worked with government programs for a majority of the time, as well as being heavily involved in the Patient Centered Medical Home initiative through NCQA.
Notable accomplishments: four time recipient of Humana 5-Star Award, heavily involved in HCC-MRA, Utilization Management, HEDIS, and Quality measures, Board Certified Physician by the American Board of Internal Medicine and a Certified Physician Executive by the American Association of Physician Leadership. He is an Assistant Affiliate Professor at Florida Atlantic University’s Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine.