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Monday, April 20, 2015

VNAA Annual Meeting 2015 Home-Based Care: Driving Population Health
Event Details
Date(s): April 20, 2015 - April 22, 2015
Time: All Day
Location:
130 Roosevelt Way New Orleans, LA 70112
Event Website: http://vnaa.org/annualmeeting
Organization Details
Organization: VNAA
Contact Name: Leah Dawson
Contact Phone: 571-527-1520
Contact Email: [email protected]

Note: Members must be logged in to receive discounted pricing.

Member Type Until 3/13/2015 After 3/13/2015
VNAA Member $700 $800
Non-member $1,000 $1,000
Additional Registration Options    
One Day Pass $550 Register
Preconferences $120/each (two options) Register

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VNAA 33rd Annual Meeting Preconference (single purchase option)
Event Details
Date(s): April 20, 2015
Time: 12:00 PM  CST - 3:45 PM  CST
Location:
130 Roosevelt Way, New Orleans, LA 70112
Event Website: http://vnaa.org/annualmeeting
Organization Details
Organization: VNAA
Contact Phone: 571-527-1520
Contact Email: [email protected]

Preconference 1 - Telehealth 2.0: The Next Phase in Connecting Patients, Physicians and Home Care Providers Through Technology 
Telehealth and the use of information technology is rapidly advancing from consumer wellness wearables to virtual visits. With this expansion comes interest from Congress, regulatory bodies and privacy advocates. Panelists will offer perspectives on where health IT is head, the basis and scope of regulation and privacy issues and how home-based care organizations can play a key role in uniting patients and physicians across the country with the touch of a screen. 

Preconference 2 - Population Health and the Impact on Care Redesign and New Payment Models
The new models of health care are based on population health and new delivery systems that integrate the clinical needs of the patient and family across the many sites of care. The models utilize multiple new opportunities to deliver care through the use of federal programs such as Bundling payment for Care Improvement (BPCI), Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs, through both state and federal initiatives as well as through demonstration projects.  These programs share an important goal, to lower the cost of care while improving quality and achieving better health. 
 
These presenters will describe how they incorporated new strategies and arrangements through the use of care coordination platforms, risk stratification, data analysis and predictive analysis with programs targeted at reducing hospitalization and emergency department use.  

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