Part of the Aging and Disability Business Institute Series—a Collaboration of n4a and ASA.
Includes complimentary CEs
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You’ve got willing and interested partners, but how formal does your network need to be in order to contract with a health care partner? What are the options? This presentation will review the reasons why forming a network are beneficial, review network model options and considerations to forming a network, and provide insight from an existing Network.
Participants in this web seminar will:
- Be able to identify the three most prevalent structures for CBO networks and the primary reasons for each.”
- Be able to identify five important legal documents and why they are important for networks.”
- Understand key structural considerations necessary for developing a CBO network.”
- Learn about an existing Network and lessons learned from its formation.”
|Paul Cantrell is Vice President of Product Development for the Georgia Business Forum on Health(a coalition of large, self-insured employers). Paul has been a constructive voice and frequent speaker onhealth care and social service topics related to health care reform, compliance, quality, systems change and operational challengesfor more than 20 years.|
|Nikki Kmicinski, MS, RD, CDN is the Executive Directorfor the non-profit Western New York Integrated Care Collaborative(WNYICC) whereshe oversees thisregional network of over 20 agencies working toward sustainability and integrated health care. Nikki has been a Registered Dietitian for over 20years, was a licensed real estate agent for 10 years, and owns a property management company with her husband.|
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