James Dias, CEO of Wellbe and creator of the cloud-based Guided CarePath™, is presenting at two upcoming bundled payment conferences.
The 2015 Healthcare Bundled Payments Congress will bring together the healthcare leaders that are on the front lines of implementing bundled payment programs to share their experiences, along with the challenges and opportunities that bundled payments present.
At the 2015 Healthcare Bundled Payments Congress in Las Vegas on May 18-19, James will be presenting on Wellbe’s unique model of connected navigation while moderating the “Innovative Bundled Payment Concepts” panel session on Day 2 of the conference.
The Fifth National Bundled Payment Summit features keynote addresses from policy makers and national hospital and physician leaders with real-life implementation experience. The Summit will also focus on successful strategies to implement bundled payment arrangements with private and public sector payers.
At the Bundled Payment Summit in Washington, DC on June 3-5, Wellbe will participate in the “Innovation Showcase” featuring innovative bundled payment implementation solutions.
“Organizations entering bundled payment arrangements need effective solutions to engage patients and coordinate their care through every stage of the episode,” said James Dias, CEO of Wellbe. “We’re seeing significant improvement in key value metrics in our client base and are excited to share our perspective of how providers and payers can achieve their quality, outcome and cost objectives with a technology-enabled care delivery program.”
About Wellbe (http://www.wellbe.me)
Wellbe, the inventor of the cloud-based Guided CarePath, works with health providers to engage patients as partners in their episodes of care. Our Guided CarePaths empower patients to learn and take the actions required to achieve better outcomes at lower costs. High-performing hospitals use Wellbe’s Connected Care solutions to improve the experience and efficiency of helping patients to successfully navigate their medical treatments and surgeries.