Thursday, March 4
2:00 p.m. ET

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OVERVIEW

Payers continue to take a larger part of the overall Medicare dollars spent moving into 2021. Organizations must face the reality that Medicare Advantage is set to become the largest payer. For an organization to best prepare for the strategic implications of managed care relationships, they must understand innovative strategies they can leverage to meet the health needs of beneficiaries.

This webinar will examine how to effectively face the future of Medicare Advantage by discussing how innovation, culture, strategy and aligning every corner of the organization can lead to success. Attendees will gain an understanding of Medicare Advantage plans, how to build relationships and the importance of these plans to your organization’s future financial health and overall success.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Recognize how Medicare Advantage will impact your organization
  • Understand how your organization’s structure helps or hinders adapting to managed care
  • Learn strategies for leveraging in-home care wisely in a pre-acute setting
  • Acknowledge how crucial home service is to managed care, patients and the cost of home health services

SPEAKERS

Michael Puskarich, MHA
Director, Advisory Consulting

Michael Puskarich has three decades of experience with a proven history of success in numerous health care delivery settings, such as acute care, extended care, home health, hospice, physician practice, national, mental health, and not-for-profit providers. He has expertise in the development of cost reduction reforms such as accountable care organizations, other various initiatives to reduce the spend within health care and understands the behavioral health links to all care delivery platforms, as well as strategic planning, information systems and processes, navigating regulatory changes, payer contract negotiations and strategies and strong fiscal management. Michael has been recognized for outstanding leadership and has been a very active advocate for the home care industry.