Approaching Value-Based Contracts at an Academic Medical Center
This lecture will describe NYU Langone Health’s approach to optimizing its performance in its value-based contracts while still living in a predominantly fee-for-service world. NYULH’s ambulatory network encompasses over 200 sites consisting of an Academic-based Faculty Group Practice as well as a Network of Federally Qualified Health Centers. NYULH engages in value-based contracts across commercial, medicare advantage, and medicaid payers with close to 400,000 attributed lives in a variety of shared-savings and global-risk contracts. This lecture will describe NYULH’s approach to setting up the care delivery infrastructure to succeed in these new payment models. Specifically, we will discuss NYULH’s approach to quality, care coordination, and predictive analytics as well as innovative strategies being implemented in all three of these domains.
- Review NYU Langone Health’s approach to value-based contracts
- Describe new strategies to improve quality and care coordination
- Demonstrate opportunities to integrate data science into care delivery operations
Recommended CitationSaag, MD, Harry, "Approaching Value-Based Contracts at an Academic Medical Center" (2018). College of Population Health Forum. Presentation 126.