Event Calendar

Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Building and Financing Sustainable Partnerships between Health Care and Community-Based Organizations

Start Date: 6/19/2019 1:00 PM EDT
End Date: 6/19/2019 2:00 PM EDT


Event Website: https://www.asaging.org/web-seminars/building-and-financing-sustainable-partnerships-between-healthcare-and-community-based

Organization Name: National Association of Area Agencies on Aging

Contact:
Marisa Scala-Foley
Email: mscala-foley@n4a.org

REGISTER FOR THIS WEBINAR HERE.

In a newly released report that Meals on Wheels America prepared with Quantified Ventures, and supported by Nonprofit Finance FundEffective Partnerships Between Community-Based Organizations and Healthcare: A Possible Path to Sustainability, describes a first-in-kind attempt to develop a Pay for Success project between a Medicare Advantage (MA) plan and Meals on Wheels America—a rewarding and challenging experience. The project resulted in the MA plan paying for the Meals on Wheels services directly, bypassing the need for the Pay for Success approach. The process of methodically structuring the Pay for Success project led Meals on Wheels America to build the trust and confidence with the MA plan required for a direct contract—the goal of Pay for Success. This experience unearthed unknown challenges but also ways in which MA plans can creatively finance—through Pay for Success and other outcomes-based financing approaches—initiatives focused on prevention that address social determinants of health. Join us on June 19, as we explore these lessons and provide guidance for how social service providers and health plans can partner can push forward this important work.

Presenters:
Celia Barker, Project Director, Stategy and Impact at Meals on Wheels America
Lucy Theilheimer, Chief Strategy and Impact Officer at Meals on Wheels America

Participants in this webinar will be able to:

  • Describe the structure of a standard Pay for Success model;
  • Explain the regulatory environment in which MA plans work; and,
  • Create a successful approach to partnering with an MA plan.