2022 Summer Boot Camp Agenda 

2022 Summer Boot Camp
Nashville, TN
June 16–17

 

Having the right data at the right time and understanding the underlying factors that affect your ACO’s population outcomes is critical to value-based care participation.  The NAACOS 2022 Summer Boot Camp will provide an opportunity to learn from successful ACOs how to harness your data to drive positive performance outcomes.

 Boot camp faculty will:

  1. Demonstrate how to understand risk calculations analysis, comparison, benchmarking, and trending
  2. Explore best practices for creating actionable dashboards and reports 
  3. Provide information on considerations when building episodes within ACO data
  4. Explain claims data variation and how to create accurate network reports for acute and post-acute settings
  5. Show how to use data requirements to drive practice transformation

This boot camp is designed for the ACO leadership team, including executive directors, population health staff, as well as data, analytics, and IT team members.  We will have workshops that speak the language of those responsible for data management and reporting in ACOs. 

Time Content Speakers
8:00 a.m. Registration and Breakfast

 

9:00–9:30 a.m. Welcome and Introductions Anthony Reed
Christiana Care
9:30
10:30 a.m.

ACO Data Sources and Uses in ACO Management

This session will provide information on aggregating and utilizing data to drive ACO management success in various ACO structures from provider group only ACOs to Multi-ACOs with participating health systems. 

Jennifer Leazzo, Duly Health and Care

Logan Pigg,
Ascension

Ashok Roy,
Caravan Health

10:30
11:00 a.m.
Break  
11:00 a.m. 12:15 p.m.

Creating Dashboards to Support Participant Needs

This session will focus on how to build dashboards and reports for each level of engagement. What data is or can be included to produce actionable reports to motivate actions. 

Jennifer Leazzo,
Duly Health and Care

Logan Pigg,
Ascension

Ashok Roy,
Caravan Health

12:15
1:30 p.m.
Lunch  
1:302:30 p.m.

Assessing Year Over Year Utilization Trends to Take Action

Utilizing data to identify patterns and track implementation outcomes of practice transformation efforts.   From claims, EMR, ADT feeds, and more, to create actions and evaluate success.

Jennifer Leazzo,
Duly Health and Care

Logan Pigg,
Ascension

Ashok Roy,
Caravan Health

2:302:45 p.m. Break  
2:454:00 p.m.

Explore Best Practices for Creating Reports Across the Care Continuum

This session will take a look at how to use data resources to build a longitudinal record of patient activities and various ways of how to utilize them for improved patient care including Care Management Across the Care Continuum.

How care management maximizes the benefit of analytics to achieve outstanding outcomes in cost, equity and risk.

Marina Zeltser

Shardul Mehta

4:004:30 p.m.

Break

 
4:305:30 p.m.

Using Episodes of Care to Measure Specialist Physician Performance

Better engagement of specialists by ACOs has potential to improve quality and lower spending. However, evidence to date suggests that relatively few ACOs have made significant progress with specialist alignment. Specialists tend to prefer payment models that are directly related to the services they deliver. This session will focus on how ACOs can use episodes of care to measure specialist physician performance and to design financial incentives to reward high performers. It will discuss different approaches to constructing episodes and review the advantages and disadvantages of different approaches. 

Rob Mechanic and Jennifer Perloff, Institute for Accountable Care

5:306:30 p.m.  Reception  

 

Friday, June 17

Time Content Speakers
8:009:00 a.m.

Risk Calculations in Monthly Claims Analysis and Comparison

This session will provide a look at how HCC differs from other claims and EMR based risk scores. How to manage HCC vs. other claims and EMR based risk scores, as well as what providers need to know about HCC, and claims and EMR risk-based scores.

Desiree Brewer and Shreyas Ramani
Caravan Health
9:30
10:00 a.m.
Break  
10:00
11:00 a.m.

Risk Calculations in Benchmark Trending

This session will provide information on how risk scores affect your initial and renewal benchmarks as well as, how HCC scores can affect quarterly and yearly benchmark calculations at a participant and provider level.      

Michael Forster and
Brad Heywood,
Wakely Consulting Group
11:00 a.m.
12:00 p.m.

Bring Your Data to Work Through Benchmark Predicting

Learn how to apply your ACOs information appropriately to do benchmark modeling in this session. What data sources are needed for accurate predictions including, how can specialty participation impact an ACO’s benchmark.

Michael Forster and 
Brad Heywood,
Wakely Consulting Group
12:00
1:00 p.m.
Lunch  
1:00
2:30 p.m.

Using Claims Data for Network Reporting in Acute and Post-Acute Management

This session will investigate the how to use the raw data to create acute and post-acute reports for network management.  Then, we will look into post-acute care episodes, post-acute care referral networks, and managing your post-acute network utilizing a navigator.  

Tiffany Smith and
Dina Lewis, 
Salient

Desiree Brewer and
Shreyas Ramani,
Caravan Health 

2:30
2:45 p.m.
Break   
2:45
3:30 p.m.

Claims Based Quality Measures

This session will provide and information on how to use CMS and other payor claims data to monitor and trend your claims-based quality measure using accessible data sources. 

Tiffany Smith and
Dina Lewis, 
Salient
3:45
4:00 p.m.
Wrap-Up Melody Danko-Holsomback,
NAACOS
4:00 p.m. Adjourn