Webinar Series Overview
Value-based payments. Alternate payment models. Pay for Performance. Quality and Outcomes. Hot topics in the healthcare industry that are anticipated to influence how I/DD services and supports will be delivered in the not-so-distant future. But, what exactly is this new operating environment? What do I/DD providers need to know, and what can they do to prepare for this shift in how they provide, measure, and get reimbursed for quality services? How does this relate to managed care and HCBS waivers? This three-part series will provide attendees with the foundational knowledge to effectively engage in the dialogue as payers move toward value-based payment models for I/DD services and supports.
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- Members: $165.00
- Non-Members: $310.00
Session #3: Contracting in a VBP Environment - A Provider’s Perspective
This webinar will tackle the challenges and lessons learned in contracting services in value-based payment models. Bill Maroon, from ANCOR member Resources for Human Development, will discuss their agency’s experience in value-based contracting in the behavioral health arena. With many examples transferrable to IDD services, he will discuss opportunities and pitfalls to consider and will outline steps an organization can take to prepare for operating in value-based payment arrangements.
A recording will be made available for registrants.
Over the last 25 years, Bill Maroon has worked for various non-profits organizations at the cross-section of housing, homelessness and healthcare. Bill has experience in street outreach, ACT Teams, Housing First, Supportive Housing, Case Management and integrated health care. Currently, Bill is the Director of Business Development and Innovation for Resources for Human Development (RHD). Over the last 4 years, Bill has been an integral part of negotiating, developing and implementing four Assertive Community Treatment teams, as well as other programs focusing on social determinants of health for RHD. Bill has a Master’s Degree in Social Work Administration from Temple University.
- Members: $69.00
- Non-Members: $129.00