On 3/5/2020, HIMSS announced its cancellation of the 2020 event. Learn more.
From March 9-13, nearly 45,000 health information and technology professionals, clinicians, executives, and market suppliers from around the world will be in Orlando, FL to discuss and learn more about innovations in the health care industry at the 2020 HIMSS Conference & Exhibition.
The RTI Center for Health Care Advancement is dedicated to leveraging new technologies to improve health care processes and outcomes for patients, payers, and providers. Stop by our kiosk (#68003) in the Value of Health Care Pavilion to learn more about our work and meet our experts in telehealth, finance, health IT, health policy, and more.
Don't miss our expert speaking sessions:
Health Technology + Integrated Care = Value
Tuesday, March 10, 10:15 AM - 10:35 AM, Value of Health Care Pavilion
Payment models for primary care services are evolving rapidly and include everything from shared savings, capitation and bundled payments. While payment models with downside risk have their challenges, they also create opportunities to deliver and pay for care in ways never before imagined. Join RTI to hear how our researchers work with health payers and providers to implement and evaluate health technology solutions that drive new ways of care delivery and payment in a value-based environment.
Saira Haque, PhD oversees RTI’s work in telehealth, and her background includes a variety of consulting, research, and operations positions for provider organizations and health plans. She has led many complex projects including telehealth tool development, mixed-methods evaluations, policy analysis, case study development, and workflow analysis.
Creating a High-Performing Value-Based Payment Model
Wednesday, March 11, 3:00 PM - 3:30 PM, SAS Booth (#1720)
Denise Clayton, PhD serves as the Practice Manager for The RTI Center for Health Care Advancement's Health Care Financing capability area. She evaluates health policy, insurance benefits, and innovative health care delivery models, specifically focusing on the effects on health, expenditures, and utilization. She uses her experience in research design, primary and secondary data collection and analysis, and economic modeling to work on key projects related to state innovation models, multipayer advanced primary care practices, risk adjustment, and other issues.
Learn more about The RTI Center for Health Care Advancement.