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Leadership Wellstar Week 2020

Value-based care models are the key to unlocking our Vision and delivering world-class healthcare to every person, every time. Today, we’ll learn how Wellstar approaches value-based care, what it means for our patients, consumers, team members and caregivers, how it enables us to advocate for comprehensive, quality care at lower costs, and your role in the financial management of our system.

Leadership Wellstar Week

Day Four:

Value-Based Care & Advocacy

We are positioned to adapt to change while shaping policy to benefit our communities.

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Increasing Access to Whole-Person Care

Redefining Quality for All

How do our health systems maximize value and improve outcomes? Do we have the right services in the right locations to actually deliver the value our friends, families and neighbors deserve? What is the true indicator of quality? Hear from Harvard professor Dr. Michael Porter on how these questions help inform successful value-based care models.

Care Model Transformation

Wellstar was an early adopter of value-based care and accountable care models. We’ve learned a lot over the last 10 years – and we continue to lead the nation in reimbursement, performance and championing patient-centered transformation. Hear how we’re advancing the delivery of world-class care at lower costs in this important conversation.

Developing World-Class Stewards

As a not-for-profit organization, we are called to be excellent stewards of the resources that fund our Mission and enable us to serve our communities. This fall, we’re rolling out a new training program to help every leader at Wellstar, no matter their role, become an excellent financial manager. Learn more about these resources in this video.

Advocacy & Accessibility

Health Affairs: Value-Based Care Must Value Black Lives
IHI: Putting Humans at the Center to Eliminate Healthcare Waste

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