Integrated Care in a Value-Based World for Behavioral Health Organizations

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Duration:  1 hour

The healthcare landscape is rapidly evolving with new payment models, new care delivery models that focus more on whole-person and integrated care, and rising costs. The role of integrated care is especially critical when serving the nation’s most complex and high need populations. As healthcare organizations search for ways to compete and thrive in this new world, the role of technology and data analytics have become key tactics in most value-based payment arrangements. 

 

In this webinar, we will discuss how a rich performance management analytics solution can work in tandem with existing clinical initiatives targeting high-risk populations. Alyson Erwin, VP of Product Management – Analytics, and Melissa Lewis-Stoner, Senior Product Manager – Behavioral Health, will give you a close-up look at how the Relias Analytics platform sorts through all your data and applies complex algorithms so that organizational leadership and clinicians can:
  • Get a longitudinal view of individual members
  • Identify high-risk probability and rising risk members
  • Measure the impact of integrated care initiatives
  • Identify opportunities for providers to standardize to evidence-based practice
  • Focus on proactive, tiered interventions to deliver better, less costly outcomes 
INTENDED AUDIENCE: Organizational and clinical leadership at behavioral health, managed care, and payer organizations. 
 
 
      LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
  • Understand Integrated Care and Performance Management solutions available from Relias
  • Understand risk models and how they can benefit your care coordination initiatives
  • Understand how to measure the impact of your care initiatives
  • Learn how to engage your providers to ensure your success with new payment models
  • See how performance management can augment your existing initiatives and ensure sustained success with your initiatives
Please note: this webinar is a free event, and no CEUs or certificates of participation are provided. All registrants will receive a copy of the recorded webinar and slides if you cannot attend the live event.

 

Please Register Here for this FREE On Demand Webinar:   Integrated Care in a Value-Based World for Behavioral Health Organizations 

 

Alyson Erwin
Vice President of Analytics
Relias

 

Alyson Powell Erwin is VP of Product Management - Analytics at Relias. Alyson has spent most of her career creating and deploying business intelligence products and solutions. Prior to joining Relias through the WhiteCloud Analytics acquisition, she was a senior program manager for Microsoft, where she was responsible for collecting customer feedback, ensuring early adopter success and managing early adopter programs for PerformancePoint Services. Previously, she was a technical product manager for ProClarity Corporation, responsible for customer programs, product feedback and early deployments and a senior consultant deploying business intelligence solutions and creating and delivering training materials. She has been a featured speaker at several business intelligence and technical conferences, including TechEd, SQL PASS and the Microsoft BI Conference, among others. Erwin holds a BS in mathematics from Idaho State University.

 

 

Melissa Lewis-Stoner, MSW, LCSW-C 
Senior Product Manager – Health & Human Services and Public Safety
Relias

 

Melissa A. Lewis-Stoner currently serves as the Senior Product Manager for Health & Human Services and Public Safety where she creates and maintains the behavioral health product roadmap, conducts market and competitive analyses to inform product development decisions, and acts as the voice of the market. She is a licensed clinical social worker with 24 years of behavioral and public health experience in state government and not-for-profit agencies. Prior to joining CMT in March 2015, Melissa was the Director of Health Policy and Planning for the Washington County Health Department.
 
 
 

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