VHHA Annual Meeting

    April 12, 2019
    8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
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    Williamsburg Lodge, Autograph Collection
    310 South England St
    Williamsburg, VA 23185
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    Description

    CVHEG Discussion:

    Community benefits are the un-reimbursed goods, programs/services and resources provided by healthcare institutions that address communityidentified needs and concerns, particularly those of people who are traditionally uninsured and underserved. These programs, services or resources can bring value to your community by increasing access to healthcare and delivering a more predictable use of health resources. Recently, some states and the federal government have begun to ask the question, what constitutes a community benefit and what does not? Increasingly, hospitals may need to document and quantify their community benefits. Some states have now enacted community benefits requirements for hospitals that clearly spell out what a community benefit must be to be eligible for a tax exemption.

    HCAT Discussion:

    As reimbursements shift from volume based to value based, healthcare organizations are becoming more responsible for providing the resources necessary to meet the needs of a given population. Aligning quality of care with the appropriate level of care and services becomes pertinent to healthcare organizations’ bottom line. It is imperative for healthcare leaders to develop programs that offer underserved communities an opportunity for a healthier tomorrow. Several pioneer organizations have developed population health improvement models such as Accountable Care Organizations that force them to take responsibility for the beneficiaries they are serving. As the acuity of care increases, healthcare leaders must coordinate equitable care and properly address social determinants of health. The focus is no longer treating patients, but proactively keeping patients out of the acute healthcare setting and providing care in the community. Developing population health management into a tangible measure continues to be a challenge for all healthcare organizations across the country. How to properly reduce costs while improving the quality and access of care in communities that lack the resources and education to care for themselves and prevent acute health issues and substantive chronic disease continues to be a major hurdle in population health adoption.

    Speakers

    CVHEG Panel:

    Marvin Figueron, Ed.M, Deputy Secretary of Health and Human Resources, Office of Governor Ralph Northam
    Dr. Danny Avula, MD, MPH, Director of the Richmond and Henrico Health Departments
    David Belde, PhD, Vice President, Community Health, Bon Secours Mercy Health
    Travis Staton, President and Chief Executive Officer, United Way of Southwest Virginia
    Moderator - Mark D. Constantine, PhD, President and Chief Executive Officer, Richmond Memorial Health Foundation

    HCAT Panel:

    Dr. Tom Lundquist, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Optima Health
    Kimberley Lewis, M.Ed, Director of Outreach and Administration, Virginia Coordinated Care Program
    Dr. Amy Salerno, MD, Director of Community Health and Wel-Being, UVA Health System and Medical Director of UVA Wise Clinic, UVA Health System 
    Moderator - Polly Raible, MPH, Sr. Director for Population Health, VHHA

    Meeting Details

    8:00-8:30am ACHE Regent, John Harding, Welcome
    8:30-10:00am CVHEG Panel - Bridging the Gap - Community Benefit and Community Health Needs Assessment
    10:00-11:30am HCAT Panel - Population Health - Access and Financial Implications 
    11:30-11:45am Closing Remarks, Adjourn
    12:00pm ACHE Awards Luncheon

    Location

    Williamsburg Lodge, Autograph Collection
    310 South England St. Williamsburg, VA 23185

    Registration

    Registration is available through the following link: vhhaannualmeeting.com
    To register, click "Register Now." and select either "ACHE Track" or "ACHE Awards Luncheon" - Note that the Luncheon is included with the "ACHE Track" ticket

     

    This program has been developed to be presented locally by Central Virginia Healthcare Executives Group.  The American College of Healthcare Executives has awarded 3.0 ACHE Face-to-Face Education Credits to this program.

    For questions, contact us via the "Contact" page on our website.