Population health management: Five steps to optimizing reimbursement

David Alvin and June Bronnert, MHI, RHIA, CCS, CCS-P

Watch the webinar on-demand

In an effort to improve patient care and outcomes, there is an ongoing transition away from the fee-for-service model in favor of value-based care. This is causing a fundamental shift in how reimbursements are calculated, creating new financial hurdles for healthcare systems throughout the US.

Unlike the relative simplicity of fee-for-service billing, the value-based care model ties reimbursement to how well providers support quality of care. Payers determine payment amounts by evaluating specific outcome metrics, such as reducing hospital re-admissions or improving preventative care. This shift in how reimbursements are calculated requires enterprise-level changes in tracking individual patients and implementing strong population health initiatives.

Watch the webinar to: 

  • Review the value-based care model and how population health initiatives impact reimbursement
  • Identify the risks and challenges of managing population health initiatives
  • Review key success factors to optimize reimbursements based on patient outcomes


David Alvin
VP, Product Strategy


June Bronnert, MHI, RHIA, CCS, CCS-P
Senior Director, Global Clinical Services