Now What?: How Clinicians Can Support their Organizations in BPCI Advanced
Saturday, March 2, 2019
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM
Now that BPCI Advanced has been implemented, we’re shifting attention to how clinicians can successfully drive change while keeping the patient’s best interests at the center of all decisions. In this session, Cheri Bankston and Karen Chambers will define BPCI Advanced, discuss what the future of the program holds, how clinicians can prepare for organizational changes like care redesign, and what’s required for providers across the continuum to succeed in the model. The success of BPCI Advanced depends on collaboration, communication, and a strategic mindset, and this session will give clinicians a roadmap to drive their organizations and patients to optimal outcomes.
- Define BPCI Advanced, describe how it's changing healthcare delivery, and evaluate how it will impact your practice in delivering value-based care
- Employ strategies for collaboration between acute care, post-acute care, home health, and community resource leaders to create a cohesive continuum of care and creation of preferred provider networks
- Identify how to drive change in BPCI Advanced, and illustrate strategies to prepare for and avoid common pitfalls like communication barriers
- Apply strategies to be an exemplary clinician within BPCI Advanced; communication, collaboration, critical thinking, embracing change, and working toward common patient goals
Cheri Bankston, RN, MSN, ACM
Senior Director of Clinical Advisory Services
Karen Chambers, RN, CCM, CDMS, CTC
Vice President of Clinical Outcomes
About the Speakers:
Cheri Bankston, RN, MSN, ACM, is the Senior Director of Clinical Advisory Services for naviHealth. She has more than 30 years of nursing experience, both inside and outside hospitals. Cheri’s primary responsibilities include consulting with hospitals about transition management assessment, clinical redesign, and automation workflows.
Karen Chambers, RN, CCM, CDMS, CTC, is VP of Clinical Outcomes at naviHealth, one of the nation’s largest conveners in the CMS Bundle Payment program and a leader in Post-Acute Care Management. Her role at naviHealth includes creation, fidelity and outcome measurement of naviHealth’s Clinical Model. Ms. Chambers has over 30 years of healthcare experience in case management and managed care. Prior to joining naviHealth, she was on the ground floor of numerous successful healthcare startups utilizing both her clinical and technological skills. Ms. Chambers was named Case Manager of the Year by the Case Management Society of America (CMSA) in 1995 and also served as the organization’s National President in 2002-03. She has presented at both a national and international level and has been published in Case Management journals.
Seating available on a first-come, first-served basis.