5 ways to keep your CIN's top performers happy

Wednesday, June 15th, 2022 | 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM CT

One of the greatest threats to keeping clinically integrated networks (CINs) together is when high performers feel that low performers are costing them money.
Join value-based experts and leaders to learn the top 5 ways to reward high performing practices without alienating lower performers, and how lower performers can overcome challenges with payment models, patient demographics, and addressing social determinants of health.
In addition, learn how innovative CINs are leveraging  alignment across value-based care initiatives and programs to reward providers for their level of achievement while encouraging lower performers to improve their results and engagement.
Learning Objectives:
  • Discuss how innovative provider organizations are matching value-based programs to provider performance as part of their efforts in clinical integration.
  • Learn the best ways to assess engagement and success within your CIN, how to identify high performers, and how to reward performance in a way that does not punish providers that support the underserved.
  • Discover how participation in the Medicare Shared Savings Program can help build a robust population health infrastructure that meets all CIN requirements and helps group practices based on performance.


Lynn Barr

Lynn Barr

Founder, Caravan Health & Chief Innovation Officer, Signify Health

Manjula Julka 1 (2)

Dr. Manjula Julka

VP Medical Affairs, Senior Population Health Officer, Signify Health

Shawn Rhodes Head Shot

Shawn Rhodes

Regional Vice President, Caravan Health, part of Signify Health & former Director Clinical Integration