November 21, 2019
8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Sheraton New York Times Square, 811 7th Avenue, New York, New York 10019
For the past five years, the collective energy of New York health care providers has been spent working to meet the goals of the State’s Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment program.
But as the state pursues a renewal of DSRIP, health care leaders are facing tough decisions about what to preserve and what to scrap from the projects that have aimed to reduce avoidable hospitalizations by 25% and capture $8 billion in federal funding.
The industry’s next steps will determine whether New York’s delivery system is transformed to incorporate ambulatory care and community-based organizations that can help keep patients healthy and out of the hospital or whether the same old fragmentation and competition will reemerge.
To cast light on the issues at hand, Crain’s is hosting the fall 2019 health care summit “New York after DSRIP—What comes next?”. The event will bring together hospital, insurance, primary care and community-based leaders to discuss the lessons of DSRIP and how New York’s delivery system will evolve to meet the cost and quality challenges that persist.
Among the featured speakers are Dr. David I. Cohen, executive vice president and chair of population health at Maimonides Medical Center; Jason Helgerson, former state Medicaid director and founder of Helgerson Solutions Group; and Israel Rocha Jr., NYC Health + Hospitals/Elmhurst CEO.
Information and registration details are online here.