Population Health: Making A Difference

At its core, population health has the potential to help us bring significant health concerns into focus and help us understand how resources can be allocated to overcome the problems that drive poor health conditions in the population. In addition to the public health benefits, population health data analytics is crucial to the success of any provider organization that is considering value-based reimbursement (VBR) arrangements.

How Whole-Person Care Can Reach Its Full Potential

Earlier this year, the BHI Collaborative, a collection of eight national physician organizations, called on health plans and health care policymakers to join their initiative to add behavioral health to physician practices.

The Roadmap To Whole-Person Care: Performance Measures & Value-Based Reimbursement

How can implementing and evaluating performance measures lead to effective whole-person care? What data should be collected, and how will it be collected? How can the data be utilized to create value-based payment structures? Our panelists answered these questions and gave examples from their experiences as they explained how they have used performance measures to implement value-based reimbursement in their organizations.

Whole-Person Care Models—Weighing The Pros & Cons

Featured speaker Victoria Pham, DO, MBA, FAPA, DFAACAP, Former Chief Medical Officer, Institute for Community Living, discussed how her organization has taken steps toward advancing their whole-person care models, how they evaluated the courses they took, and what they learned along the way.

The CCBHC Footprint

Adoption of the Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) model has grown rapidly. Fueled by many factors, including the pandemic and an increasing demand for mental health services, total federal investment in CCBHCs from 2018 to 2022 now tops $1.8 billion.

Taking The Hike To Sustainability

Preparedness starts with answering two questions. First, what is your organization’s path to longer-term sustainability? Second, are your organization and your team prepared to get there?