This is a group for anyone interested in any facet of value-based healthcare as it relates to using technology to drive it. All skills levels are welcome. I started this group because I found no group in Chicago that focuses on this unique niche.
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6 to 630pm - Networking and Food
630pm to 8pm - Presentation/Discussion
Presenter: Marc Rosen
Successful practice transformation requires adoption of broad population health strategies. As providers accept more risk under value-based payment models, there is greater emphasis on managing chronic disease. Evidence-based, community interventions have increasing importance to success with the new payment models.
Over the last eight years, the Y has intentionally focused efforts on scaling evidence-based health interventions to bridge the clinic-to-community gap and play a central role in partnering with both health care providers and payors to achieve Quadruple Aim objectives. Marc Rosen, Director of Healthcare Integration and Translation at YMCA of the USA, will discuss the impact Community Based Organizations can have in helping health care stakeholders meet clinical quality metrics in a changing landscape and as part of a comprehensive population health strategy.
In addition, Marc will highlight case studies and lessons learned from the Y’s experience implementing local strategies that support enhanced disease self-management and population health strategies.
About Marc Rosen
Marc Rosen is the Director of Healthcare Integration and Translation at YMCA of the USA. He oversees the deployment of technical assistance, training, and partnership development support to local Ys as they explore and develop formal partnerships with health care systems and practices, ACOs, and health plans to achieve population health goals. In his current role, Marc serves as a subject matter expert on the increasing and valuable role that community-based organizations can play in an evolving health care system. Prior to his current role, Marc spent three and a half years at Y-USA working on its Chronic Disease Prevention Programs team helping local Ys prepare, implement, and sustain the YMCA’s Diabetes Prevention Program by sharing replicable and recommended practices. Marc has previous experience leading community based, chronic disease prevention and management interventions with focuses on asthma and tobacco control. He holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Latin American Studies and Spanish and a Master of Public Health from the University of Illinois-Chicago.