Succeed in a World of Shared Savings and Capitation

Clinical Trials, Healthcare, Life Sciences,
  • March 21, 2013

As an ACO or Shared Saving participant you have to manage your population’s risk to improve outcomes and reduce costs. In this webinar, attendees will learn how organizations, such the ONC sponsored Colorado Beacon Consortium (CBC), are using IndiGO, a clinical decision support tool, to optimize the cost and quality objectives in their population-based programs.

David Eddy, MD, PhD, a pioneer in evidence-based medicine, will demonstrate how IndiGO uses individualized guidelines to identify patients at risk and calculate the benefit from medication and lifestyle changes. Sharing the results from a pilot study in Hawaii, he will illustrate how use of IndiGO increased adherence dramatically, and showed a positive ROI for KP.

After the introduction, Patrick Gordon MPA, Associate Vice President of Rocky Mountain Health Plans, will discuss how IndiGO is currently being used at the point-of-care to improve outcomes and reduce costs. Patrick will also discuss how IndiGO is being used to support the Colorado Beacon Consortium’s efforts surrounding CMMI’s Comprehensive Primary Care Initiative.

David Kendrick, MD, MPH, CEO of MyHealth Access Network will discuss their implementation of IndiGO. MyHealth’s health information exchange platform serves an entire region with dozens of health systems and thousands of doctors, and provides risk assessments updated daily on more than 800,000 people.

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Speakers

David Eddy, MD, PhD, Founder and CMO Emeritus, Archimedes Inc.

David Eddy, MD, PhD, is the Founder and Chief Medical Officer Emeritus of Archimedes Inc. He started his career as a Professor of Engineering and Medicine at Stanford, and the J. Alexander McMahon Professor of Health Policy and Management at Duke University. David received his MD from the University of Virginia and his PhD in Engineering-Economic Systems (Applied Mathematics) from Stanford.

More than 25 years ago, David wrote seminal papers on mathematical modeling, guidelines, and evidence in medical decision making. He was the first to use and publish the term evidence-based and has pioneered the theory and applications of evidence-based guidelines.

David is the author of five books, more than 100 first-authored articles, and a series of 30 essays for the Journal of the American Medical Association. His writings span from technical mathematical theories to broad health policy topics. David has received top national and international awards in ten fields including operations research and management sciences, health technology assessment, environmental sciences, healthcare quality, outcomes research, pharmacoeconomics research, and managed care pharmacy.

He has been elected or appointed to more than forty national and international boards and commissions — including Consumers Union, the National Board of Mathematics, the World Health Organization Panel of Experts, The Blue Cross Blue Shield Medical Advisory Panel, and the National Committee for Quality Assurance. He is a member of the Institute of Medicine/National Academy of Sciences

Patrick Gordon, MPA, Associate Vice President, Rocky Mountain Health Plans

Patrick Gordon currently serves as associate vice president of community integration for Rocky Mountain Health Plans. In addition to his role as executive director of the Colorado Beacon Consortium, he is also leading the implementation of the Medicaid Accountable Care Collaborative project in western and northern Colorado. Within RMHP, Patrick is accountable for an array of payment reform, health data exchange and behavioral health services integration initiatives, and provides oversight of the Medicaid, Dual Eligible and CHP+ programs supported by the health plan, including the CMS Innovation Center’s Comprehensive Primary Care Initiative.

He has led and implemented several strategic projects for RMHP and stakeholders in Colorado, including: the design and implementation of an aligned payment arrangement with the State of Colorado and participating physicians to achieve Triple Aim objectives; the implementation of a Medicare Part D Prescription Drug program and targeted coverage arrangements for dual eligible beneficiaries. Prior to joining RMHP, Patrick held various positions within the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy & Financing related to Medicaid, CHIP and Nursing Facilities policy development and program management.

Patrick received his Master of Public Administration in Health Policy & Economics from the University of Colorado, and has certification from America’s Health Insurance Plans Executive Leadership program (CHIE).

David Kendrick, MD, MPH, CEO, MyHealth Access Network

David Kendrick is the principle investigator and CEO of the MyHealth Access Network, a Beacon Community. MyHealth is focused on improving health in the greater Tulsa area by implementing a community-wide infrastructure for healthcare IT. MyHealth is focused on providing advanced health information exchange, community-wide care coordination tools, and a robust decision support platform to support providers striving to provide high quality care in the face of overwhelming data availability. An advanced community analytics platform is being implemented to enable evaluation and measurement of health and performance across the community.

David is also an associate professor of internal medicine and pediatrics and the Kaiser Chair of Community Medicine at the University of Oklahoma’s School of Community Medicine (SOCM). In addition, he serves the University’s Health Sciences Center as the Provost for Strategic Planning and serves as the Chief of the Division of Community Medical Informatics. In this capacity, David is charged with defining and implementing healthcare information systems strategy for the SOCM and the community it serves. In particular, David is developing systems required to support patient-centered medical homes and to connect them with one another in ways that measurably improve the lives of patients and ultimately the health and quality of life of the entire community.

Who Should Attend?

  • CMOs
  • CMIOs
  • CIOs and CFOs of (pioneer) ACOs
  • Shared Saving Participants

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Archimedes

Archimedes, Inc.’s IndiGO (Individualized Guidelines and Outcomes) is a decision support tool that analyzes person-specific health information either provided by the individual or drawn from an electronic health record. It uses equations derived from, and validated against, national datasets and clinical trials. It incorporates clinical evidence related to diseases, behaviors, risk factors, and interventions. The results generated by IndiGO provide a graphical representation of an individual’s risk of conditions or diseases, and the effects of interventions that are most effective in reducing those risks. IndiGO can be used at the point-of- care, involving the patient in the decision making process and improving collaboration between patient and provider. IndiGO was developed by healthcare modeling organization Archimedes, Inc. Archimedes’ core technology – the Archimedes Model – is a large-scale, clinically realistic, trial-validated, mathematical model of health and healthcare. The Archimedes Model is continually validated by comparing the results of the model to outcomes seen in real multi-national clinical trials and epidemiological studies. Archimedes, a Kaiser Permanente Innovation, is based in San Francisco, California.

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