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Domitilla Masi

E4 – Recommendations for How to Overcome Common Barriers When Implementing Cost-of-Care Conversations

Tune in to hear the last episode in our 4-part series that provides clinicians with recommendations for how to overcome common barriers when implementing cost-of-care (CoC) conversations. Peter Ubel will talk with Avalere’s Katherine Steinberg on actionable tips that primary care clinicians can use to help address potential barriers and challenges related to implementing CoC conversations in the clinical setting. Support for this podcast was provided by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the New York State Health Foundation (NYSHealth). The views expressed here do not necessarily reflect the views of the foundations.

Domitilla Masi

E3 – A Guide to Integrating Cost-of-Care Conversations into Workflow

Tune in to hear the third episode in our 4-part series that provides clinicians with actionable approaches for integrating cost-of-care conversations into workflow. Nora Henrikson will talk with Avalere’s Katherine Steinberg on 3 pathways that clinicians can use to best integrate cost of care conversations into their clinical workflows. Support for this podcast was provided by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the New York State Health Foundation (NYSHealth). The views expressed here do not necessarily reflect the views of the foundations.

Fred Bently

Critical Steps for Post-Acute Care Organizations to Succeed in Value-Based Care

Tune in as Avalere experts interview each other on hot topics in healthcare. In this discussion, Avalere Managing Director of Health Plans and Providers, Fred Bentley is interviewed by Alexa Trost, Associate, on the current state of value-based care across the health care landscape and critical steps post-acute care organizations needs to take to to succeed in this environment.

Domitilla Masi

E2 – Quick Tips for Clinicians on How to Talk with Patients About the Expected Costs of Care

Tune in to hear the second episode in our 4-part series that provides clinicians with actionable tips and a simple framework for how to structure cost-of-care (CoC) conversations with their patients. Susan Perez and Maria Pisu will talk with Avalere’s Katherine Steinberg on strategies that clinicians can use to discuss costs with their patients. Support for this podcast was provided by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the New York State Health Foundation (NYSHealth). The views expressed here do not necessarily reflect the views of the foundations.

Domitilla Masi

E1 – Why Should Primary Care Clinicians Routinely Talk with Their Patients About the Expected Costs of Care?

Tune in to hear the first episode in our 4-part series that focuses on how clinicians and other care team members can improve the quality and frequency of cost-of-care (CoC) conversations. To kick-off this series, Gwen Darien and Jim Hardee, will talk with Avalere’s Katherine Steinberg on why clinicians should speak with their patients about the expected costs of their care. Support for this podcast was provided by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the New York State Health Foundation (NYSHealth). The views expressed here do not necessarily reflect the views of the foundations.

E3 – New Appropriate Use Criteria Increases Likelihood of Accurate Diagnosis for Alzheimer’s Disease

Tune in to our podcast series where guest presenters explore the value of the newly released Alzheimer’s Association appropriate use criteria for lumbar puncture and cerebral spinal fluid (CFS) testing in the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease. Dr. Steven Salloway, Director of Neurology and the Memory and Aging Program at Butler Hospital, discusses how the Alzheimer’s Association’s new appropriate use criteria for lumbar puncture and cerebrospinal fluid testing in the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease will be helpful to clinicians in the diagnostic process.

Debbie Lucas

E2 – CSF Clinical Diagnosis’ Used to Inform Guidance on Detecting Alzheimer’s Disease

Tune into the second podcast in our series where Dr. Leslie Shaw, Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the Pearlman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and Chair of the Workgroup that developed the Alzheimer’s Association’s appropriate use criteria for lumbar puncture and cerebral spinal fluid (CSF) testing in the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease, discusses how the Workgroup reviewed an extensive body of research on advances in CSF testing to develop the AUC.

Debbie Lucas

E1 – New Appropriate Use Criteria in Diagnosing Alzheimer’s Disease

Tune in to our podcast series as we explore the value of the newly released Alzheimer’s Association appropriate use criteria for lumbar puncture and cerebral spinal fluid (CFS) testing in the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease. We kick off this series with Dr. Maria Carillo, the Alzheimer Association’s Chief Science Officer and Dr. Jim Hendrix, Director of Global Science Initiatives.

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