Payers Roundtable: Where Do Urgent Care Clinics Fit in These Days?
1 hour Audio and Power Point Presentation
Recorded April 20, 2016
Ever wonder what health insurance payers think of your clinic? Unsure how to communicate with them to put your best foot forward? Hear answers to these and other questions directly from health insurance leaders. Understand how they view urgent care in the overall healthcare delivery system, and how your contracts with payers are evolving to align the interests of patients, payers and providers. Leave with a clearer understanding of ways to maximize your clinic's value to payers whether by the scope of services you offer or your interaction with other providers.
•Describe the characteristics of urgent care clinics that insurance carriers consider valuable and which ones they don't.
•Evaluate the readiness of your clinic(s) for contracting with insurance carriers.
•Measure your clinic's attractiveness(value) to your local insurance carriers against performance expectations.
•Formulate a contracting strategy and your ability to take on any shared risk arrangements.
•Create a gap analysis that clearly outlines data that you need to track and actions to take to enhance your clinic's ability to attract insurance carriers and optimize the terms of a contract.
Faculty Bio: Boyd D. Faust, CPA
Boyd Faust Chief Strategy Officer Boyd Faust is Chief Strategy Officer of GoHealth and has over 25 years’ experience in healthcare. Before joining GoHealth, Boyd was CFO for Titan Health Corporation (acquired by United Surgical Partners), a national surgery center development and management company focused on joint ventures with leading health systems. Previously, Boyd has served as COO of National Surgical Care, COO of Alliance Care, SVP of a $1B multi-hospital integrated healthcare system, and Senior Manager in Ernst & Young’s Healthcare Consulting Group. Boyd holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas at Austin and a Master’s degree from the Stanford Graduate School of Business
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