Webinar speaker is Sheldon Hamburger, Principal of The Aristone Group
OrthoServiceLine.com, a free resource to the orthopedic community sponsored by Wellbe, is hosting a complimentary webinar with Sheldon Hamburger, Principal of The Aristone Group, titled "A Practical Guide to Implementing Bundled Payment Programs."
As value-based programs continue to expand in adoption, providers who are not participating need to determine how to get involved as quickly as possible. Ignoring this trend is no longer an option. This webinar will present a practical approach to designing, implementing, and operating a successful bundled payment program leveraging "lessons learned" and applying real-world experiences.
The discussion will cover:
• Overview of bundled payments
• Initiating your bundled payment project
• Bundle design
• Contracting models
• Workflow issues
• Cost tracking and management
• Monitoring performance and program expansion
A Practical Guide to Implementing Bundled Payment Programs
DATE/TIME: Tue, Jul 15, 2014 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EDT
REGISTER HERE: http://www.orthoserviceline.com/category/events/
OrthoServiceLine.com is a free resource for orthopaedic service line leaders designed to give them actionable insights and ideas to grow and streamline their programs. OrthoServiceLine.com is sponsored by Wellbe, Inc.
About the Speaker:
Sheldon Hamburger serves as a Principal of The Aristone Group, a Raleigh, NC based healthcare consulting group. With focus on helping healthcare enterprise organizations address emerging trends, Aristone provides expertise in strategy, process, and technology.
With over 30 years of experience in developing and marketing healthcare technology products and services, Mr. Hamburger's career includes various "firsts" in medical and pharmaceutical financial processing systems including electronic claims and payment applications. His solutions have been adopted by some the country's largest companies and he continues to spearhead developments in healthcare technology applications.
Hamburger earned a bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Michigan. His career includes service on numerous professional and nonprofit task forces and committees.