Committee on Financial Collaboration

The transition to value-based contracting is pushing organizations to create care partnerships with entities outside their ownership structure creating the need for shared financial arrangements, including savings distribution methodologies, share risk agreements, etc. This committee will focus its discussions on the how to best establish the parameters for financial collaboration with partners. 


October 16, 2019   (Recording Here)

November 20, 2019  (Recording Here)

December 11, 2019  (Recording Here)

March 5, 2020 2pm EST (virtual) Register Here


Nancy Myers, VP of Leadership and System Innovation, American Hospital Association

Ann Burnett, Vice President, BlueCross BlueShield of SC

Lisa Trumble, Sr. VP of Accountable Care, Cambridge Health Alliance

Gerald Rupp, Chief Innovation Officer, Fusion5

Brent Carpenetti, Actuarial Associate, Hannover Re

Aaron Bybee, Dir. of Care Transformation, Intermountain Healthcare

Dan Durand, Chief Innovation Officer, LifeBridge Health

Julie Spalding, Dir. of Business Development, Lumeris

Philip Smeltzer, Program Admin for Total Population Health, Medical Univ of South Carolina

Eliott Clark, Associate Dir. of US Strategy and Planning, Merck & Co

Jennifer Nolty, Dir. of PCA and Network Relations, National Association of CHCs

Paul Casale, Executive Director, NewYork Quality Care

David DiGirolamo, VP of ACO Operations and Executive Director, Partners in Care ACO

Tim Peterson, ACO Executive and Chairman, Physician Organization of Michigan ACO

Ann Conrath, Director of Business Development, Signature Care Management 

Mike Fay, VP of Health Networks and Innovation, Wellmark BCBS


These committees will develop industry resources that focus that may include Case Study Briefs (CSBs)competency guides (a more detailed description of the competency) and webinars. Each committee will develop a discussion agenda that identifies the main components of the competency, important information to share with industry, clarification on terminology, and relevant industry resources that are most beneficial to industry success in value.


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*Note: Sponsors fund and contribute to the committee work, but do not control committee outputs.