Structuring Value-Based Contracts: Key Considerations and Provisions, Risk Mitigation, and Implementation
Recording of a 90-minute CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will guide counsel on structuring value-based contracts. The panel will discuss the key considerations for the parties when deciding whether to enter into a value-based contract and the risks and steps to mitigate those risks. The panel will also address key provisions in value-based contracts and offer best practices for structuring such arrangements.
- Considerations when determining to enter into a value-based contract
- Risks and mitigation
- Key provisions
- Best practices
The panel will review these and other important issues:
- What are the critical provisions that should be included in value-based contracts?
- What steps should counsel take to mitigate potential risks associated with value-based contracts?
- What are best practices for structuring value-based contracts?
Julian D. Bobbitt, Jr.
Smith Anderson Blount Dorsett Mitchell & Jernigan
Mr. Bobbitt’s practice focuses on providing strategic general counsel and regulatory guidance for healthcare... | Read More
Mr. Bobbitt’s practice focuses on providing strategic general counsel and regulatory guidance for healthcare organizations. He is involved in business planning, resolution of complex legal and health policy questions, and advanced negotiations for these clients. The legal issues involve antitrust, Stark, federal and state anti-kickback laws, managed care contracting, federal legislative and regulatory advocacy, HIPAA and related privacy and security laws. Mr. Bobbitt’s practice is concentrated in the area of representing clinically-integrated hospital and physician organizations, physician-owned health information technology companies, accountable care organizations, patient-centered medical homes, health information exchanges, and nonprofit and professional associations to achieve process, outcomes and cost improvements in healthcare delivery. Since 2012, he has been at the forefront of value-based healthcare, guiding and transitioning hospitals, doctors and other healthcare providers across the nation to this pay-for-performance service model.Close
Lori A. Oliver
Ms. Oliver’s practice focuses on a wide array of healthcare transactional, regulatory, and operational matters.... | Read More
Ms. Oliver’s practice focuses on a wide array of healthcare transactional, regulatory, and operational matters. Her deep bench of experience and in-depth understanding of the healthcare industry as both a lawyer and a former healthcare executive enables Ms. Oliver to offer practical solutions and strategic advice to clients. She has significant experience in healthcare alignments, affiliations, and relationship strategies; clinically integrated networks; academic medicine; healthcare operations; and complex compliance matters. Ms. Oliver has represented healthcare organizations in management services and other contractual arrangements requiring a thorough understanding of strategic objectives, business imperatives and applicable regulatory, compliance, or legal risk to ensure organizational success as well as represented clients in direct-to-employer value-based care arrangements with large self-insured employers, among other matters.Close