Chris Copeland

Value-Based Care: One Provider's Journey, Part II

It’s more than Value-Based Payment; it’s Value-Based Care. The Institute for Community Living (ICL) shares their vision for culture change, and what they are doing now to improve outcomes, reduce costs, and increase access to quality care.

Part 2: From Volume to Value: Shifting the Paradigm: Chris Copeland, Chief Operating Officer, describes the fundamental shift in perspective needed to lead an organization into value-based care.

Target audience: Agency leadership and program directors

Managed Care Lessons Learned: The Provider's Perspective

MCTAC and ICL held a webinar on lessons learned from managed care from a provider’s perspective. ICL, a MCTAC partner and a NYC-based provider of Clinic, PROS, ACT and HCBS services, reviewed experiences around the transition to managed care in New York City. This webinar was geared toward adult BH providers, including HCBS providers, and targeted agency executives and directors. Topics covered included:

Payer Mix

Peter Campanelli, Psy.D. and Chris Copeland, LCSW. led an interactive conversation in which they strategized how clinics could optimize their current performance while best preparing for success in a context under managed care oversight, which could occur as soon as 2016. Specifically, they focused in great detail on Payer Mix and Operational Efficiency and analyzed the complicated relationship between these variables.  Payer Mix represents all the third parties from which the clinic receives payments, which are averaged to form a blended rate.

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