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Aligning Population Health Outcomes with Emerging Payment Models and Delivery System Reform Models
This course will provide an overview of emerging payment models and delivery system reform models and how these models can improve population health outcomes, especially within disproportionately affected populations. Physician leaders and public health practitioners will learn how these models can be used to improve patient outcomes, enhance clinician satisfaction, and transform healthcare systems.
Learning Objectives
Describe the current payment models and delivery systems and why reform is needed;
  • Compare and contrast the relationship between delivery system reform, emerging payment models, and population health outcomes;
  • Appraise how delivery system reform and emerging payment models advance patient care, outcomes, and satisfaction; and
  • Describe how delivery system reform and emerging payment models enhance clinician satisfaction.
Mark E. Humphrey MD, MPH, FAAFP
Dr. Humphrey is board-certified in family and preventive medicine. He completed his Doctor of Medicine from Wright State Boonshoft School of Medicine in Dayton, Ohio and his Family Medicine Residency from the University of Louisville’s community program in Glasgow, Kentucky. He completed his Preventive Medicine Residency and Master of Public Health at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. He serves as the Director of Clinical Operations at the University of South Carolina and Prisma Health in the Department of Family and Preventive Medicine. Dr. Humphrey has taught clinical quality improvement to over 100 resident physicians and over 200 medical students. 

Katherine R. Lichtenberg, DO, MPH, FAAFP, FACPM
Dr. Lichtenberg is board-certified in family medicine and public health/general preventive medicine. She completed her Doctor of Medicine from the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine and a combined residency in Family Medicine and Public Health/General Preventive Medicine at Forest Park Hospital and Saint Louis University, where she also completed her Master of Public Health degree. After practicing for 12 years, she leads the rollout of value-based programs for primary care physicians, including Commercial, Medicare Advantage, and Medicaid at Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield in Missouri.
Availability: On-Demand
Expires on Oct 28, 2025
Cost: Non-Member: $40.00
Student/Resident Member: $32.00
ACPM Subscriber: $32.00
Member: $32.00
Credit Offered:
1 CME Credit

American College of Preventive Medicine
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