Highlights Of Management Best Practices Week
The 2019 OPEN MINDS Management Best Practices Institute is the only executive event focused on the clinical and management best practices executive teams need to move their organization from the concept of value-based reimbursement, to success in the new financial normal.
Day One – August 12th, The 2019 OPEN MINDS Management Best Practices Institute kicks off with three exciting events:
The OPEN MINDS Mergers, Acquisitions, & Affiliations Summit: Best Practices For Non-Profit Health & Human Service Organizations – A Centerstone & OPEN MINDS Collaboration
How To Develop A Successful Marketing Plan: The OPEN MINDS Seminar On Marketing Strategy, focused on the steps needed to design a successful marketing plan based on your organization’s strategic goals.
How To Build Value-Based Payer Partnerships: An OPEN MINDS Executive Seminar On Best Practices In Marketing, Negotiating, & Contracting With Health Plans, focused on developing relationships with the payers in your market, considering what metrics they are tired to and how you can help them to meet their performance requirements, discussing how you can align programs and services with the goals of the payers and health plans, and providing data that proves your service lines can achieve both high quality outcomes and lower costs.
Day Two – August 13th and Day Three – August 14th will each begin with keynote presentations and the institute will feature over 15 executive sessions, including didactic educational sessions; panel discussions with industry thought leaders; case model learning sessions featuring innovative organizations and programs. All institute sessions are led by highly experienced OPEN MINDS moderators with guest speakers presenting their organization’s projects and a wide range of viewpoints.
Day Three – August 14th the day will end with How To Reduce Your Unit Costs When Market Rates Go Down: An OPEN MINDS Executive Seminar On Reengineering Unit Costs, focused on the shifting reimbursement market as well as how to manage unit costs in the shifting landscape to accommodate the market rate, while improving quality and increasing sales.