Webinar

Webinar Highlights: Dr. Jordan Simon explains why his practice joined BPCI

The New York State Society of Orthopedic Surgeons and Archway Health hosted this webinar on December 14th, 2017.  This video highlights some insightful commentary from Dr. Jordan Simon of Northeast Orthopedics and Sports Medicine about why his practice joined the BPCI program and their experience working closely with Archway to design a successful program.

Webinar Recap: EPM Financial + Clinical Deep Dive

On Monday, February 20th, Archway Health presented a webinar with MedAxiom titled “EPM Financial + Clinical Deep Dive.” Ginger Biesbrock, Vice President, MedAxiom Consulting and Dave Terry, Founder & CEO, Archway Health were the featured speakers. Ginger introduced the topic and acknowledged that managing an episode of care can be complex. In order to do it successfully, providers must "simultaneously redesign and optimize care to drive quality and minimize cost, engage ALL providers who touch a patient across an episode of care, understand the entire continuum of care that is required to provide an episode, and track performance both clinically and financially across the episode—in all areas of care provision—as a whole but also by segments and individual providers."

Dave talked about the EPM program management process, upfront EPM analytics and opportunity assessment, and ongoing performance management dashboards.


"The goal of the upfront analytics and assessment process is to identify the main 2 or 3 operational focus areas that can drive improvement in the first few quarters," he said. At Archway Health, we encourage providers to choose just 2 or 3 priorities to focus on to start out, rather than trying to change everything right out of the gates. Areas of focus might include preferred post-acute network development, clinical process redesign, specialist engagement, discharge planning process redesign, physician gainsharing, and patient reported outcome tracking.


You can find more resources on the MedAxiom EPM Resource page. You can also contact Archway Health for more information by emailing info@archwayha.com.

Archway Health to Present EPM Webinar with MedAxiom on February 20th

EPM Financial + Clinical Deep Dive

Monday, February 20, 2017 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. EST

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Archway Health will present a webinar with MedAxiom titled "EPM Financial + Clinical Deep Dive." Ginger Biesbrock, Vice President, MedAxiom Consulting and Dave Terry, Founder & CEO, Archway Health are the featured speakers.

From MedAxiom:

EPM webinar number #3 will walk you through an analysis of sample CMS data to look at costs of episodes and the breakdown, showing benchmarking and areas of opportunity. The second half will provide insights on how to look at your clinical programming to better understand opportunities related to throughput, transitions, alignment and care coordination.

Bundled Payment Programs Post Election—What the C-Suite Needs to Know

Please join us on December 8, 2016, for an update on important developments in the bundled payment programs (both governmental and commercial) and what these changes mean for your business following the election. The webinar will feature David Terry, CEO of Archway Health, a leader in the bundled payment program arena, and members of the Robinson+Cole Health Law Group.

WHEN Thursday, December 8, 2016 Noon – 1:30 p.m.

REGISTER HERE

PRESENTERS Dave Terry, CEO and founder of Archway Health, is a thought leader and frequent speaker on bundled payments and other payment reform initiatives. Mr. Terry has been a senior executive and trusted strategic advisor for providers all along the care continuum.

Les Levinson, partner at Robinson+Cole and co-chair of the Transactional Health Law Group, concentrates his practice on the transactional, regulatory, and compliance representation of health care and life science clients. Mr. Levinson is a frequent author, speaker, and commentator on health care and business matters.

Brian Nichols, partner at Robinson+Cole, represents hospitals, physician groups, nursing homes, community providers, and other provider entities. Mr. Nichols provides legal counsel on a full range of transactional and regulatory health law issues.

See the full invite here.