MPH, Senior Manager of Advanced Illness,
Chief Medical Officer
Chief of Palliative Care Medicine
Senior Policy Advisor, CTAC, Principal
MD, Strategic Advisor
CMO Outpatient Palliative Care
Vice President, Care Management Programs for Senior Products
Behavioral Health Manager
Vice President Strategy
Vice President of Community Services
Staff Vice President Operations - Complex Care
Senior Director - Health Management
Chief Clinical Officer
Associate Director, Health Policy Hub
Cornerstone Hospice & Palliative Care, Inc.
High Risk Populations represent the highest cost segment of health care and plans and providers are equally challenged to deploy innovations to treat these populations. Effectively managing this population is imperative for better outcomes and the successful practice of value based healthcare.
SSN's 2nd Annual High Risk Populations event scheduled for March 14-15, 2017, in Orlando, Florida, has been designed to showcase comprehensive best practices for effectively managing High Risk Populations, Care Transitions and Palliative Care. This is one of the ONLY conferences that talks about exactly how to implement a program that weaves high risk models, transitions models, and palliative care together. With a focus on business planning and expectations, this unique event shows you how to improve the quality of care for these special populations while decreasing costs.
1. Risk Stratification & Payment
2. Models of Care & Care Transitions
3. Palliative Care Innovations
"The ability to interact with both payors & providers. The presenters were experienced and spoke from real experience,"
Elizabeth Wessels, Care Guide Partners/Hosparus
"Great information on payer thinking and how we approach as providers,"
Phil Marshall, Hosparus
"Timely topic. The opportunity to (network) is powerful and was the best part ,"
Martha Twaddle, JourneyCare & Aspire Health
"I really enjoyed meeting all the speakers and participants,"
Terri Maxwell, Turn-Key Health
"Thank you for coordinating a conference focusing on bring palliative care to the next level - incorporating the medical specialty in the healthcare reform. Unique and important forum to have stakeholders meet and one of the few (conferences), if not only one in this format,"
Isabella Stumpf, D.O., MaineHealth
"Interactive nature of presentations. Excellent speakers with breadth of background,"
Jatin Dave, Tufts
"That we are beginning to see that payors do have an interest in reimbursing for the care we provide to keep persons in their home w/high quality care,"
Pam Yokey, UnityPoint Health St. Luke's
"Love the mix of clinicians, administrators and 3rd party payers. Really liked the roundtable,"
Kelli Gershon, MHMP-Memorial Hermann Physician Group
"Very informative! Enjoyed it a lot, especially the networking,"
Denise Crawley, MD, Heyman Hospice
"Speakers, well organized. Make sure to have it again."
"Personal insights about what is being done about delivery and payment of advanced care,"
Craig Bainbridge, UnityPoint Health St. Luke's
"I loved the networking. I also enjoyed hearing how the payor thinks - what goes into their decision making - what they look at to support palliative care,"
Gina Clay, Intermountain Healthcare
"I loved the ability to interact with national experts, and the networking contacts - the content and presenters were excellent,"
Tim Adams, Heyman Hospice
"The presenters were engaging, the information, specifically the data, was or is critical to our continued efforts,"
Julie Glendenning, JourneyCare
"Excellent information, particularly appreciated the 'Payor' point of view,"
Don Evans, Chapters Health System
"Love the provider-payer mix of presenters and the ability to hear novel, innovative programs. Helps spur 'thinking out of the box'"
Emmie Gardner, Intermountain Healthcare
"Great focus on advanced illness, advanced care... bringing health systems and plans together"
Brad Stuart, C-TAC
"Fast-paced - excellent speakers - to the point. Great networking - will be in touch with several people I met here. Would come again"
Kelly Fischer, JourneyCare
"Great to be around people of like mind. Got great ideas for systemic change and improvement,"
Jeanne Chirico, Lifetime Care - Excellus
"Topics were excellent. Well organized,"
Lowell Kleinman, MD, MemorialCare Medical Group
"Great speakers, great diversity in speakers & attendees,"
Kirstin Paulson, Center for Improving Value in Health Care
"Good amount of networking time. Great Presentations. Torrie did a great job facilitating the conference,"
Kristi Youngs, CareOregon