Management and Payment for Social Determinants

WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE: COOs, risk managers, nursing leaders, quality improvement staff, finance personnel, reimbursement staff, compliance officers, case management leaders, and anyone else interested in the topic

OVERVIEW:  Learn how Beacon Community Connections built a cross-collaborative model to solve for and help treat patients with Social Determinants of Health (SDOH). This model enabled Beacon to take advantage of a significant shift in payment models, when Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) launched new Health Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS) codes in January 2024 coupled with including SDOH in risk-adjusted payments Hierarchical Conditions Category (HCC). 

Discuss how collaboration led to creating a model to solve for SDOH; and 
Understand the new HCPCS codes and how HCC is being affected.  

Significant Reduction in 30-Day All-Cause Hospital Readmissions;
Significant Reduction in 30-Day All-Cause Emergency Department Revisits;
Majority of Patients Connected to One or More Community Resource;
Strong Financial Impact for Health System Through Social Care; 
New HCPCS Codes; and 
New HCC Modifier 

Dr. Holly Howat, Founder and Executive Director, Beacon Community Connections, Speaker Bio 

Mr. Cian Robinson, Founder and CEO, Robinson Ventures, Speaker Bio

CONTINUING EDUCATION: Upon completion of the webinar and evaluation, participants will receive a certificate documenting up to 1.0 continuing education/clock hours.

6/25/2024 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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