The demand for behavioral healthcare has never been greater. Providers seek to improve quality, treat more patients, and optimize reimbursement rates. Payers seek to better manage total cost of care, have better visibility on the performance of their provider network, and grow membership. Although these objectives have sometimes created tension between the two groups, recent innovations in the delivery of behavioral healthcare enable collaboration to achieve better clinical and financial outcomes. Providers and payers are turning to measurement-based care to capture and manage clinical outcomes to improve the delivery of behavioral healthcare and generate financial ROI.
In this webinar, PitchBook Lead Healthcare Analyst Rebecca Springer spoke with the COO of Aurora Mental Health & Recovery and Colorado Access’ Senior Director of Behavioral Health Network Performance. They were joined by the CEO of Owl Health, a measurement-based care digital health platform focused on serving providers and payers in behavioral health.
- Pain points contributing to the behavioral health crisis and how the management of clinical outcomes are key to solving them
- Case study between a provider and payer highlighting how to leverage patient outcomes data using measurement-based care
- How to design a replicable model for provider and payer collaboration that puts alternative payment schemes within reach