1:00 - 2:00 PM Eastern
Capital BlueCross, headquartered in Harrisburg, Pa., is the leading health insurer in central Pennsylvania and the Lehigh Valley. For more than 75 years, the company has provided products and services to individuals, families and employers. Today, Capital BlueCross continues to evolve, innovating new ways to create an even healthier future for customers with more choice, greater convenience, and better quality of care.
The Capital BlueCross Accountable Care Arrangements are meeting or exceeding agreed-upon quality goals relating to chronic disease management, helping patients who have chronic conditions such as diabetes, coronary artery disease, and congestive heart failure experience improved health. More specifically, Capital BlueCross’ Accountable Care Arrangements are exceeding the regional average for Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set (HEDIS) measures for some of the leading chronic diseases. Medical and pharmacy costs for Capital BlueCross Accountable Care Arrangements are growing at a lower rate than Capital BlueCross’ total book of business, and compare favorably against similar arrangements implemented by other Blue Plans across the country.
Jennifer Chambers, MD MBA FACP, Senior Vice President & Chief Medical Officer with Capital BlueCross; and Denise Harr, MD, Senior Medical Director, with Capital BlueCross will be presenting on Capital BlueCross' accountable care approach - discussing their medical value strategy; providing an overview and history of Capital BlueCross’ value-based programs; detailing Capital BlueCross’ Accountable Care Arrangements model; and sharing data regarding their program outcomes and results.
Please join Capital BlueCross' Dr. Chambers and Dr. Harr on Wednesday, May 27th, 2015 at 1PM Eastern in this Healthcare Web Summit event as they discuss Capital BlueCross Accountable Care Arrangements: A Regional Health Plan's ACO Approach.
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