An Ethical-Basis Move From Volume to Value

In this changing healthcare environment, an essential task for today’s leaders is to move from volume- to value-based care. This organizational shift and new business model may result in unintended consequences including ethical dilemmas.

Join us for a proactive, half-day seminar that will explore effective, intentional and practical ways for healthcare leaders to strengthen their organization’s focus on doing the right thing when moving from volume- to value-based care. Expert faculty will discuss the link between ethics, quality and value. Hear firsthand from healthcare leaders who have been faced with ethical challenges and learn from the changes they made in their organizations. This engaging presentation and discussion will provide the opportunity for reflection.

  • Explore the ethical basis for avoiding non-beneficial care conflicts.
  • Identify the challenges in implementing an effective strategy to restrict the use of non-beneficial interventions ethically ambiguous situations.
  • Examine the connection to Choosing Wisely, a campaign to promote provider-patient conversations to ensure the right care is delivered at the right time ethics audits.
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You'll also learn:

  • Understand the role of leaders in ensuring the alignment of organizational values and administrative and clinical practices
  • Discuss how an ethical organization impacts culture, care delivery and the bottom line

Presented by: William A. Nelson, PhD

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Continuing Education Credit

ACHE Face-to-Face Education credits assigned to this seminar are commensurate to the length of the seminar in hours.

In addition to the ACHE Face-to-Face Education credits assigned to this seminar, ACHE is accredited by other organizations to provide continuing education credit.

  • National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA)
  • National Association of Boards of Examiners of Long Term Care Administrators (NAB): A $135 fee will be applied and sponsor must notify the On-Location coordinator of request prior to Letter of Agreements being signed.
  • Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME): A lengthy application process is required involving an extensive needs assessment to be undertaken by the sponsoring organization. In addition, all promotional communication must be approved for ACCME accreditation by ACHE. Sponsor must notify the On-Location coordinator of request prior to Letter of Agreements being signed.