How to hit your value-based care and 340B drug discount targets

Thursday, April 15th, 2021 | 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM CT

The COVID-19 pandemic is shining a spotlight on the gaps in our inefficient fee-for-service system. Join this webinar to learn from industry partners and health care thought leaders as they discuss new strategies for succeeding in value-based care. Attendees will learn how a strong 340B and population health program can generate sustainable revenue streams, even during emergencies and times of uncertainty. Most Covered Entities are missing the majority of 340B referral claims, and more than 80% of these drug discounts go unclaimed. Using ACO data and new workflows, safety-net providers can more than double their 340B revenue.
For rural providers, there is a new risk-free ACO opportunity that can help transform primary care delivery and improve patient outcomes. Presenters will also discuss the fundamental pillars to building an effective team-based care model that generates new revenue and improves clinician satisfaction by reducing burnout.

Key learning objectives:
  • Review requirements and benefits of the Medicare Shared Savings Program's Pathways to Success and a new risk-free and cost-free ACO opportunity for rural providers.
  • Learn how to optimize 340B drug discounts and population health revenue streams to provide a backstop to downside risk.
  • Understand the value of team-based care to reduce physician burnout, improve patient outcomes, and reduce costs.
  • Hear from providers who have first-hand experience with collaborative ACOs and have used proven methodologies to achieve reliable results in the Shared Savings Program.


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Tim Gronniger

Caravan Health CEO & President


Terry J. Hill, MPA

Executive Director at Rural Health Innovations and Founder and Senior Advisor for Rural Health Leadership and Policy at National Rural Health Resource Center

Jason Schreiber

Jason Schreiber

Vice President, Ambulatory Operations & Population Health at Fisher-Titus Medical Center


Christina Taylor, MD

Chief Medical Officer at McFarland Clinic