Presentation on theme: "Allen Kemp, MD; Chief Executive Office Dave Watson, MD; Chief Medical Officer Centura Health Physician Group."— Presentation transcript:
1 Allen Kemp, MD; Chief Executive Office Dave Watson, MD; Chief Medical Officer Centura Health Physician Group
2 Who We Are - Overview CHPG - August 2012 CHPG – July 2014 In August 2012, CHPG was composed of 430 providers in over 80 locations throughout ColoradoCHPG – July 2014CHPG is composed of more than 566 providers in over 130 locationsWe provide management for professional service agreements for 116 providers.CHI’s Kansas locations joined CHPG with approximately 40 providers in Garden City and 10 providers in Great BendIn 2013, Centura Centers for Occupational Medicine (CCOM) and integrated Physicians Network (iPN) management team became part of CHPG
3 CHPG Cultural Value Statement The culture of CHPG is one that achieves quality outcomes for the population through empowering a multispecialty group of physicians, providers and associates to deliver consistent, evidence-based prevention and person centered care as a strategically effective partner of Centura Health.Empower providersBenefit patientsNetwork of expertsResource supportHigh standards of carePerson-centered careConsistent qualitySeamless transitionsImproved health and outcomes
4 CHPG Strategic Guiding Principles Continually improving and learningValued team and safe placeConsistent clinical and operational activitiesContinually adapt and design accessValued strategic partner
5 CHPG Governance CHPG Board Quality & Patient Safety Committee Physician Advisory GroupCHPG BoardQuality & Patient Safety CommitteeGovernance CommitteeFinance CommitteeStrategy CommitteeAmbulatory EHR Steering CommitteeDr. WatsonCompensation CommitteeEnhancing EHR QualityPCMHNurse Advisory Group
6 CHPG Executive Leadership Gary CampbellPresident and CEO, Centura HealthCHPGBoard of DirectorsAllen Kemp, MDPresident and CEO, CHPGVP Human ResourcesCentura HealthChief Financial Officer, CHPGChief Operating Officer,CHPGChief Medical Officer,CHPGDr. Watson cont.Clinic Integration and Office of Medical Affairs, CHPGHospital Ambulatory Advisory GroupMedical DirectorsCHPGiPN
7 Multispecialty ModelWhy is it important to have a multispecialty model in an environment of disruptive innovation?
8 Five-Year Physician Employment Growth, Indexed to 1.0 in 2007 Employed Physician Growth Indexed NationallyFive-Year Physician Employment Growth, Indexed to 1.0 in 2007FTE physician employment (2007 = 1.0)n = 19 medical GThis information came from a recent publication of the Advisory Board. It reflects the rapid growth in IDN employment of physicians between 2007 and 2012Source: The Medical Group Strategy Council
9 Optimizing Value…Centura Health Physician Group By creating a multi-specialty group that is nationally recognized for improving the health of Centura Health’s populations, the system will increase its overall value in the eyes of patients, payers, employers and physiciansIt is a vehicle that allows us to bring together providers around a shared visionIt creates a team that collaborates around the coordination of care of patientsImproves outcome effectiveness, convenience, cost of care and service
10 Population Health Approach Engaging Our Valued Physician TeamImproving Our Populations’ HealthStrengthening Centura HealthCHPG is an empowered multispecialty group dedicated to achieving quality outcomes through consistent, evidence-based practices with a focus on population health.CHPG is a multispecialty groups focused on population health by balancing primary care vs. specialty care.CHPG is a foundational member of Colorado Health Neighborhoods, Centura Health’s clinically integrated network.
11 Our Direction In 2012 In 2014 Today, it is closer to a 50/50 split Primary careSpecialty care32%In 201268%Primary careSpecialty care39%In 201461%Today, it iscloser to a 50/50 splitPrimary careSpecialty care50%50%
12 CHPG Patient Centered Care Patient Centered Medical Home PillarsEnhance access and continuityIdentify and manage patient populationsTeam-based approach to planning and managing CareProvide self-care support and community resourcesCare has to be coordinated and trackedMeasure performancePCMH pillarsEnhance access / continuity: Accommodate patients’ needs with access and advice during and after hours, give patients and their families information about their medical home and provide patients with team-based careIdentify and manage populations: Collect and use data for population managementPlan and manage care: Use evidence-based guidelines for preventive, acute and chronic care management, including medication managementProvide resources and self-care support: Assist patients and their families in self-care management with information, tools and resources (EMMI, My Centura Health)Track and coordinate care: Track and coordinate tests, referrals and transitions of careMeasure and improve performance: Use performance and patient experience data for continuous quality improvement
13 CHPG Practice Optimization Project team created to improve productivity, increase access, and increase provider, associate and patient satisfaction at clinicsConducted clinic workflow analysis and practice assessments in January at primary care pilot sitesCHPG hosted its first Kaizen Event April 14-18, 2014Currently rolling out redesigned standardized foundational workflowsNew workflows should be implemented in all primary care sites by end of FY 15Practice Optimization will be a critical strategy as CHPG moves toward 2nd curve