Wellcentive and Sage Leaders Present “What’s the Cost of Inaction?” Webinar
Wellcentive and Sage LeadersPresent “What’s the Cost of Inaction?” Webinar to Help Providers Ramp Up to Value-Based Care 

Wellcentiveleaders Mason Beard, chief product officer and co-founder of Wellcentive, and Ty Tolbert, vice president of solutions, join Stephanie Kovalick, senior vice president, practice leader, Sage Growth Partners, to co-host a complimentary webinar titled “What’s the Cost of Inaction?” to help hospitals, health systems, physician practices and other provider organizations get up to speed quickly adapting new care delivery models – or face significant financial loss.  
2to 3 p.m. EDT, Thursday, Sept. 24. Click here for complimentaryregistration.  
As healthcare shifts away from traditionalfee-for-service models to value-based care initiatives, some providers are wary of making the change. This is understandable, as issues ranging from implementation costs and transformation stressors to a lack of real cost/benefit analysis are all cause for hesitation. Research shows that it’s not too late to catch up to the early adopters of value-based care and begin achieving real results with a positive impact on an organization’s bottom line. 
No matter where an organization finds itself on its journey from volume to value, Beard, Tolbert andKovalick will detail the responsible steps forward to make informed decisions starting immediately to achieve value-based care. The webcast will cover the following points:
The Cost of Inaction: What organizationsstand to lose if simply maintaining the fee-for-service status quo.
The First Transition: Applying a“consumable approach” to population health management in transitioning to a value-based care model by meeting physician quality reporting system (PQRS), chronic care management (CCM) and other pay-for-performance (P4P) initiatives.
The Honest EHRAssessment:Can your EHR truly support value-based care?
The Waiting Game:Trusting big EHR vendors to make a shift to value-based care in time can seem like the easiest route, but it’s also the most risky.

Wellcentive’sMason Beard, chief product officer and co-founder, and Ty Tolbert, vice president of solutions, and Sage Growth Partners’ Stephanie Kovalick, senior vice president, practice leader. Click here for Beard’s photo, here for Tolbert’s photo,and here for Kovalick’s photo.  Interviewscan be arranged post event.

Since2005, Wellcentive has driven quality improvement, revenue growth, and business transformation for providers, health systems, employers, and payers transitioning to value-based care. Recognized as an industry leader for delivering immediate, tangible results, Wellcentive’s analytics simplify complex data from all points of care, advancing comprehensive care management and payer collaboration. Customers benefit from intelligence gained from 15 billion data points each year, improving outcomes for 30 million patients and generating more than $500 million annually in value-based revenue. Visit www.wellcentive.com; follow us on TwitterLinkedIn and Facebook; or call 877-213-8456 to learn more.

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