Amy Flaster, MD, MBA

Chief Medical Officer, ConcertoCare; Associate Physician, Brigham and Women's Hospital; Instructor of Medicine, Part-Time, Harvard Medical School

Amy Flaster, MD, MBA is a physician executive, value-based care strategist, and practicing internal medicine physician. Dr. Flaster has focused her career on leveraging clinical innovation, data, and technology to improve clinical outcomes, champion patient-centered care, and lower the cost of care. She is passionate about work at the intersection of population health, primary care, and digital innovation.

Prior to joining the ConcertoCare team, Amy served as the Senior Vice President for Population Health at Health Catalyst. There, she led a team that works with large integrated delivery systems, Accountable Care Organizations and Clinically Integrated Networks nationwide on their journey to alternative payment model adoption. She drove company-wide population health strategy and partnered with provider systems nationally to develop strategies for care delivery innovation, medical management, network expansion, and successful performance in ACO contracts.

In her role as Associate Medical Director of Population Health at Mass General Brigham (MGB), Amy ran population health programs to drive healthcare transformation across the network, including the nationally recognized Integrated Care Management Program (iCMP), leading a staff of over 200 clinicians in the provision of data-driven complex care management for frail and elderly patients. Prior to leading care management, she oversaw Employee Health at MGB, leading the population health and medical management of 75,000 employees enrolled in the self-insured health plan, and previously also oversaw Medicaid programming for the system, including creating and launching an ED Navigation program focused on vulnerable Medicaid patients that are frequent utilizers of the Emergency Departments. Prior to her work at MGB, she co-founded myProxy, Inc., which developed the TrueNorth Healthcare platform to engage patients and surrogate decision makers in advance care planning.

Amy continues to serve as an Instructor of Medicine, Part-Time at Harvard Medical School and practices primary care at Brigham and Women’s Hospital Advanced Primary Care Associates. Amy completed a BA from Dartmouth College, an MD at Harvard Medical School, and an MBA from Harvard Business School. She completed her residency in Internal Medicine in the Primary Care track at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and is board certified in Internal Medicine.

Speaker Sessions

8. Innovative Population Health Models: Advancing Value-Based Care in the Medicare Ecosystem

Level: Beginner
Track: Population Health and Value-Based Care

As new value-based care models continue to be released by Medicare and CMMI, the ecosystem of innovation in the space continues to grow. Learn about one model that is delivering novel, home-based care to Medicare patients through full risk value-based care contracts. By delivering in-home medical and behavioral care, enhanced by proprietary care pathways, advanced analytics, and virtual care technology, this model has shown where the next generation of care delivery models are headed. This presentation will also touch on other care providers and technology offerings in the space that are changing the lives of Medicare patients, improving their outcomes, and lowering the cost of their care.

Participants will discover:

  • The latest value-based care models being released by Medicare/CMMI.
  • How to best leverage analytics to optimize the outcomes of Medicare patients.
  • Lessons learned and how to apply them to your organization.

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