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Dr. Brian Silverstein is a national healthcare expert with extensive expertise in population health management, health care business models and provider systems. Dr. Silverstein has over 20 years of health care experience focused on systems and relationships that improve quality and operational performance and was named one of the “10 people to know in the World of ACOs” in 2010.
A highly respected industry thought leader and national keynote speaker; Dr. Silverstein is formerly a Managing Director of the Geisinger Consulting Group and an Executive Product Strategist xG Health Solutions, the company that is charged with generalization and dissemination of the population health management that is currently implemented at Geisinger.
Dr. Silverstein has population health operational experience as the former senior vice president Patent-Centered Medical Homes at CareFirst, BlueCross Blue Shield. In that role, he ran one of the country’s largest primary care ACO/PCMH program with over 1,000,000 patients and 3,500 doctors. Prior to joining CareFirst, Dr. Silverstein has extensive consulting and advisory services primarily for providers including hospitals, IDNs, and physician groups. Dr. Silverstein’s consulting career included roles as the senior vice president for the Camden Group (a division of HealthCare Partners) where he was in charge of the Chicago office, a vice president and national thought leader for Sg2 Health Care Intelligence and as a consultant for ZS Associates.
Dr. Silverstein holds appointments as a faculty member for The American College of Physician Executives and The Governance Institute and is a former advisor for the Medical Leadership Institute. In addition, he frequently has delivered invited presentations for National organizations such as the American College of Health Care Executives, Society of Healthcare Strategy and Market Development, The American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons and the Radiological Society of North America.
Dr. Silverstein is also a prolific author that has articles published in the American Bar Association The Health Lawyer, BoardRoom Press, H&HN Magazine, Strategy Alert by The Forum for Healthcare Strategist, The Governance Institute White Paper, and many others. In addition to the published articles, Dr. Silverstein is frequently quoted in publications including Medscape, Forbes, Healthcare Executive, and many others.
Dr. Silverstein received his M.D. from the University Of Chicago Pritzker School Of Medicine. He completed his internship in internal medicine with McGaw Medical Center of Northwestern University. His undergraduate bachelor of business administration degree as valedictorian with the highest distinction came from the Goizueta School of Business at Emory University, where he also completed a second major in biology, Magna Cum Laude.
The Kübler-Ross Model for ACOs – moving from denial to acceptance
ACOs as a concept have existed for years although the term is relatively new. Since 2009 providers have been watching ACOs initially with a high degree of denial and eventually have come to acceptance of the concept. That being said, each ACO is different and it will be very confusing to understand the strategies given the diversity in the marketplace. Also, local market factors and implementation are going to have dramatic impact on actual results further clouding the issue. This talk will explore the evolution of ACOs and how to successfully manage populations. The field is evolving rapidly and there are still many areas of unknowns and unexplained variability.
Smart ACO Management and Governance
Managing the health of populations will require a fundamentally new business model that involves new governance, management teams and operations. It is natural to think of population health as an extension of standard hospital operations, but the reality is that population health management is a different business model. Many of the value based payment programs can provide seed funding and direction to set up the infrastructure that is required to operate in this business model. This session will explore the changes in the market that are happening today to prepare for authentic population management and what are the leading practices in the new models that are likely to result in success.
Population Health Operations
There is commonly a gap between strategy and operations and with population health management this variance is akin to a black hole. This session will explore key tips that ensure operational success (or at least the avoidance of complete disasters) Population Health Operations.
Operationalizing Population Health Management
Many health systems have strategies for population health management that are impossible to operationalize. While at times the strategy seems certain, in many cases there was not a clear understating of the realistic market opportunity and organizational capabilities to deliver on the strategy. This session will explore current strategies health care systems are taking across the country and explore areas of success and failure. We will also discuss local market factors that are a key determinant in the type and quantity of your impact opportunity with population health management.
Population Health Management – From Strategic Fantasy To Operational Reality
The title 'volume to value’ has become a hallmark of just about every health care discussion today. While the strategy is something that we can understand, the challenge is delivering on the promise of moving from volume to value. If we are able to see the current and desired state, why is the transition so challenging? This session will explore the specific local market factors that can impact strategy and lead to re-framing what your own realistic market opportunity. We will also outline key operational elements of organizations that are delivering value based care and how you can learn from them to both improve the care for a population and reduce the total cost. We will also explore the challenges for a volume based health care system to adopt these practices and discuss a realistic path forward.
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