Payment systems in healthcare are shifting from fee-for-service/pay-for-volume to value-based, pay-for-outcomes, and providers must change practice and payers must change risk models accordingly. Providers and payers are looking for actionable, evidence-based, clinically relevant data on patients’ outcomes, health status, and functional ability, long after they leave the hospital or physician’s office. How can we build and deploy technology tools to help prepare physicians, care teams, and payers to collect the critical data post-intervention and over time to track outcomes? How do ensure the data is valid and trackable, and accurately reflects the goals of care? How do we route the data to the appropriate care team member to work with the patient to improve outcomes? In this session, we will explore the current status of patient-reported outcomes enabled by technology, and identify key future opportunities supported by emerging business models.
Amanda L. Goltz, MPA
Amanda L. Goltz, MPA is the Vice President of Digital Innovation at BTG, a global medtech firm, managing the portfolio of digital initiatives combining clinical interventions, device technology, and digital services to incorporate the patient experience and improve measurable outcomes. Previously, Amanda was the Director of Product Strategy and Innovation at Aetna, sourcing emerging solutions from the digital health and innovative networks marketplace, pairing them with employer clients, and directing implementation of the solutions at scale. Amanda has also managed the Innovation and Consumer Engagement portfolio at Pacific Business Group on Health (PBGH), a coalition of 60 employers who collectively provide self-funded health coverage to over 10M employees and dependents at an annual cost of $12B. Prior to PBGH, Amanda was senior advisor to the national healthcare practice at Manatt Health Solutions. From 2005 to 2009, Amanda served as Program Director at Partners Healthcare, the integrated delivery network founded by Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital, managing a system-wide quality improvement initiatives. Amanda advises several start-up companies as a mentor at 500Startups, Rock Health, and StartXMed, health and life sciences incubator for Stanford University. Amanda received her MPA in Health Finance and Management from New York University and her BA from Columbia College of Columbia University.
Friday, December 15, 2017
– 11:00 am