This session will be a one hour webinar on Social Determinants of Health in Value Based Care.
At the same time as the growing recognition of social risk factors, health care systems are increasingly moving towards higher levels of provider accountability for the quality, outcomes and cost of care. Value-based payment models tie payment to the quality and efficiency of health care delivered. These two concepts are not independent of each other. In fact, these two issues are intersecting! Beneficiaries with social risk factors with poor health outcomes could see benefits from Value-based purchasing programs since improved care coordination and provider cooperation will be the highest utility to the most complex beneficiaries with the most care needs.
April 24, 2020
1.0 – Data Structure, Content and Information Governance
Brooke Palkie, EDD, RHIA
Brooke Palkie, EDD, RHIA is the Program Director for the MS Health Care Administration and MS Health Informatics Programs at Charter Oak State College. She has a teaching focus on classifications, vocabularies, clinical data standards, as well as assessing health quality and corporate compliance. Dr. Palkie is an ICD-10-CM/PCS AHIMA-approved trainer and has been involved in several ICD-10 educational trainings and other grant funded projects. Prior to her higher education career, Dr. Palkie worked in management roles both within the hospital setting as well as for the State of Minnesota.