Our Evening with Glenn Steele, MD, PhD Talking about Value-Based Healthcare: What It Looks Like, What it is, How to Achieve it.
Dr. Steele shared with the group how Geisinger developed its “Warranty” or “Money Back Guarantee”, and it’s effectiveness through Proven Care, systematic implementation of surgical procedures from one provider to another. He also spoke about xG Health Solutions that Geisinger developed to help other health systems develop more effective healthcare strategies.
With Dr. Steele’s role as Vice Chair of Health Transformation Alliance (HTA), Glenn talked about the efforts the 46 of the country’s largest employers working together to take population health management innovations out to markets where Geisinger has not expanded its provider component.
Sponsors, Key Bank (Melissa Whitmer) and Eide Bailly (Bruce Kirkpatrick) join Dr. and Mrs Steele (and Chris) for a photo of the speaker during the reception hour prior to the meeting.
We thank both Melissa and Bruce and their employers for their support of the Denver Medical Study Group this year. They are greatly appreciated!
Glenn and Chris listening intently to one of our attendees who is asking question about the HTA program and its similiarity to the recently publcised announcement of JP Morgan, Amazon and Berkshire Hathaway announcement of their intent to form their own health insurance plan for their employees.
Bobbie Kite and Dave Baker, DMSG Advisory Board members welcoming guests in the Children’s Hospital lobby.
Below: DMSG guests intently listening to Dr. Steele’s presentation about how HTA is going to expand its clinics in other parts of the country during 2018. They currently have clinics open in six different cities in the eastern part of the U.S. Their plan is to expand into six more cities in central and southwest U. S. in 2018.
Below: DMSG guests visiting about Dr. Steele’s presentation after the meeting. Dr. Marjie Harbrecht on the left is a long time supporter of the DMSG and has spoken to the group at previous meetings.
The meeting was a success and our guests left with a greater understanding of what can be done to provide effective value-based healthcare in Colorado.