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It’s (Almost) Decision Time for BPCI Advanced – Finding a Real Partner in Value-Based Care

Original Air Date: February 28, 2019

With BPCI Advanced live and over 1,500 providers across the nation committed to the model, momentum is ramping up, but the window to participate is winding down. Whether you have self-convened, partnered with a convener, or have yet to take advantage of the bundled payment program, it’s decision time as Spring 2019 marks your final opportunity to make a positive impact on patient care and help drive the future of value-based care.

Bundled payments are an integral component to establishing a truly holistic and comprehensive value-based care strategy. Providers are already making the necessary investments and preparations to optimize patient care, particularly for the chronically ill or medically complex. In this webinar, join us as we show you how to leverage BPCI Advanced as a complementary framework to drive success. Additionally, we’ll evaluate why BPCI Advanced can, and should be, part of your overall organizational initiatives, and discuss the implications of the upcoming March 1 withdrawal date. Lastly, we’ll provide guidance and insights on the approaching, and final, application period for BPCI Advanced 2020 entry.

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Presented by:

 Gina Bruno
Vice President of Clinical Strategy
naviHealth


Gina Bruno serves as naviHealth’s Vice President of Clinical Strategy where she is responsible for care redesign, service-model innovation, and business strategy to drive value for patients and partners. Prior to joining naviHealth in 2015, Gina worked at Booz Allen Hamilton in Washington, DC, where she led strategy and transformation engagements as a certified Change Management Advanced Practitioner. Gina has a BA from Harvard and MBA from Vanderbilt University where she completed an internship at Massachusetts General Hospital and independent studies in senior living, palliative care, and hospice.


 Tom Divinnie
Market President of the Central Midwest
naviHealth


Tom Divinnie serves as Market President of the Central Midwest at naviHealth where he is responsible for client partnerships, clinical operations, and network operations in the region. He is particularly focused on working with payers and providers to deploy care management strategies that will lead to better patient outcomes at lower costs.
 
Prior to joining naviHealth in 2015, Tom worked at Avondale Partners in Nashville, TN, where he worked on healthcare mergers, acquisitions, and capital raises. Tom has a BA from Davidson College and an MS from Wake Forest University.


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