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Succeeding Under the Value-based Purchasing Plan

Under the CMS Value-based Purchasing Program (VBP), hospitals will be incented or penalized for a growing number of quality metrics. Physicians both in and outside of the hospital will be central to their success. We’ve assembled a panel of experts to explain VBP and help you understand your role and how you can help promote good outcomes.

Robert Klugman, MD, FACP
Voluntary Associate Professor of Medicine and Quantitative Health Sciences, University of Massachusetts Medical School, Adjunct Professor of Medicine, Tufts University Medical School, Vice President, Medical Affairs, Eastern Region, Kindred Healthcare
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Evan M. Benjamin, MD
SVP for Quality and Population Health, and Chief Quality Officer, Baystate Health, Professor of Medicine, Tufts University School of Medicine
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108 Comments
Robert Klugman, MD, FACP
Voluntary Associate Professor of Medicine and Quantitative Health Sciences, University of Massachusetts Medical School, Adjunct Professor of Medicine, Tufts University Medical School,Vice President, Medical Affairs, Eastern Region, Kindred Healthcare
(432)
235 Comments
Kenneth Sands, MD, MPH
Associate Professor, Medicine, Harvard Medical School
(345)
200 Comments, last 11 days ago
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"This was an excellent, well-organized succinct presentation entitled “The Forces Driving Public Reporting of Healthcare Performance.”  Your lecture was greatly enhanced by your experience as a Physician and as a Professor of Medicine @ Harvard Medical School and the Senior Vice President for Health Care Quality at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC).  In addition, your experience as a member of the Division of General Medicine made you an excellent candidate for this presentation.  

For the Emergency Department using some type of automated database set to monitor the correlation of drug seeking patients and AMA/left without being seen pts in the ER regarding negative feedback would be helpful.  Patients know that hospitals are monitoring satisfaction and I believe that many times the results are skewed due to these type of patients and their negative comments. 

You thoroughly reviewed case history, current state, principal driving force from payers and forces of change.

You provided thought provoking questions concerning pricing and market dominance.  In addition, you offered great information regarding this topic and web-sites to assist on improving scores i.e. patient satisfaction. 

Thanks,

Valerie"
Valerie Ting, APRN-BC
Nurse Practitioner, Comprehensive Health Center
200 Comments, last 11 days ago
"We As a complicated cancer center, quite often we received a terminal end cancer patient referrals. The diagnosis and treatment costs will be higher.  The cost for us per patient will be higher comparison with community hospitals.  it is important to think about this issue when we measure VBP, do you agree?"
Jinhong Liu, MD
Anesthesia Operative Room Director, H Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute
108 Comments
 
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