Who’s accountable and who cares? What can we learn from US models of population health management?
We are sure our members will agree that the current constraints of system-wide fragmentation and misaligned incentives are two of the challenges halting the move towards integrated care. Key to this is the idea of segmenting populations. But what does this mean for the NHS, will it actually happen and is it just a fad? In the USA, Aetna has built various types of accountable care models with evidence of success at scale. The most complex are joint ventures, where, in a rare example of cooperation an insurer has partnered with providers to deliver and pay for care which is best for their patient populations.
We are delighted that Aetna International has arranged for Daniel Finke who leads their work on joint ventures to come and speak to the CHN about their experience in doing this, their approach to population health management and the benefits to the communities they serve.
Michael Macdonnell, NHS England’s National Director of System Transformation will respond and share thoughts on how this can be applied to emerging integrated care systems.
This event will kindly be sponsored by Aetna International and hosted by PA Consulting and will take place on 9 May.
If you have any questions regarding the event then please email a member of the team.