The Future of Population-Based Reimbursement
David C. Chin, MD, MBA is a Distinguished Scholar at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, where he focuses on novel industry/academic research partnerships and preparing health systems and academic medical centers for success under accountable care.
Dr. Chin will describe the Maryland-All payer system as a model of innovative population-based reimbursement. He will discuss early adaptive strategies, including ways in which health care systems will need to change. Dr. Chin will also provide a comparison of the new incentives in the model vs. fee-for-service.
Prior to joining Hopkins Dr. Chin has held positions with PwC, Novalis, and Harvard Community Health Plan. Chin holds a BA from Harvard College, an MD from Harvard Medical School, and an MBA from Stanford Business School, as a Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar.
PowerPoint slides at bottom of page.
Presentation: 51 minutes
Recommended CitationChin, MD, MBA, David, "The Future of Population-Based Reimbursement" (2014). Jefferson College of Population Health Forum. Presentation 86.