Strategies for Controlling Medical Overutilization
Learn from Leaders: Strategies for Controlling Medical Overutilization
Controlling medical overutilization is much more than saying no. Done effectively, it enables the healthcare system to sustainably provide the resources that best meet the needs of the population it serves.
Effective and appropriate medical utilization management requires commitment and the right infrastructure, including an aggregated dataset, executive and local leadership, governance, adequate staff including nurses, NPs and analysts, and a financial structure that allows for fair sharing of surpluses with those who do the work. To learn more, join us for this Webinar with Dr. Rich Parker, Chief Medical Officer for Arcadia.
Dr. Parker serves as Chief Medical Officer for Arcadia with overall responsibility for the design and implementation of clinical strategies; input into the roadmap and development of Arcadia’s technology and service programs; thought leadership in support of providers transitioning to value-based care; and strategic advisory work for physician leaders at Arcadia’s clients.
Previously, Dr. Parker was an internist with a 30-year history at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. From 2001 until 2015, Dr. Parker served as the Medical Director and Chief Medical Officer for the 2200 doctor Beth Israel Deaconess Care Organization. He oversaw the physician network evolution from a fee for service payment system to a nationally recognized global payment Pioneer Accountable Care Organization. Dr. Parker’s other areas of expertise include end of life care, medical malpractice, care of the mentally ill, electronic medical records and population health management. Dr. Parker served as Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Parker graduated from Harvard College and the Dartmouth-Brown Program in Medicine.
Dr. Parker is an in-demand speaker to associations, companies, and academic institutions on the topics of population health management, electronic health records, and value-based care.
This Webinar is a non-commercial presentation sponsored by ZurickDavis
Posted on Jan 28, 2019