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Public Meeting: IMPACT Payer-V1C Contracting Toolkit
As virtual first care (V1C) gains momentum, standard provider and vendor contracting models fail to account for the range of features and format of these services, leading to delays and challenges in contracting. Recognizing these breakdowns, IMPACT members from over 30 virtual first care, payer, funder, digital health, and services companies have come together to address the greatest barriers to V1C adoption at scale.

Join us on October 1 as IMPACT launches the Payer-V1C Contracting Toolkit - a suite of action-oriented resources, such as the Guide to Payer-V1C Model Contracting, Guide to V1C payment models and V1C Coding Library. The toolkit will support alignment between payer’s systems and processes around new modalities of care to facilitate contracting and ultimately drive more effective adoption of V1C.

The meeting features expert remarks by Saurabha Bhatnagar, Chief Health Officer, Commure and former Chief Medical Officer, Head of Digital & Technology, UnitedHealthcare. Donald Jones, Co-Founder of IMPACT will also provide an expert V1C solution perspective based on his renowned digital health expertise and extensive advisory work in the field.

Claire Meunier, DiMe’s COO and Executive Lead on IMPACT will then moderate a panel discussion featuring IMPACT members Joe Connolly, Co-Founder & CEO, Visana Health, Lucia Savage, Chief Privacy & Regulatory Officer, Omada Health, and Marcus Thygeson, Chief Health Officer, Bind Benefits.

The vIrtual Medical PrActice CollaboraTion (“IMPACT”) is a virtual first care initiative, co-hosted by the Digital Medicine Society (DiMe) and the American Telemedicine Association (ATA), that brings together leading digital health companies, investors, payers, and consultants in a consortium model to work on virtual first care’s greatest opportunities.

Learn more at impact.dimesociety.org.

Oct 1, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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