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Join three BPCI conveners and AAOE for a discussion on the new BPCI Advanced. We'll discuss the new model, what to do before deciding to participate, and the implications this model can have on your practice. Registering for this webinar automatically registers you for the Q&A session with each convener at 1:00 pm EST on Thursday, February 22.

When: Wednesday, February 21, 2018
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm EST
Where: United States

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BPCI Advanced: A Roundtable Discussion on Participation in CMS’ Newest Bundled Payment Model



With the announcement of BPCI Advanced in January 2018, many practices may be wondering “should I participate?” or “how do I participate?”. This webinar brings together three of the largest conveners in the orthopaedic bundle market, Archway Health, Remedy Partners, and Signature Medical Group to discuss the implications of the new model for orthopaedic practices. The discussion will focus on the care redesigns necessary to be successful in the model and, what participants see as, the profile of successful participants.

The webinar will consist of one 60-90 minute roundtable discussion on February 21 followed by three, 30 minute interactive Q&A’s with each convener on February 22, 2018 at 1:00 pm EST.

Plan to attend Part II. Register now.


Learning Objectives:

  • Critically analyze the BPCI Advanced model to determine viability of practice participation.
  • Design a justification for participating/not participating in BPCI Advanced.
  • Participants should be able to explain the BPCI Advanced model and where it fits in Medicare’s march towards value-based reimbursement.
  • Apply the discussion to practice preparations for BPCI Advanced.


Q&A Schedule (Registration for the roundtable, automatically registers you for the Q&As)

  • February 22, 2018
    • 1:00 pm EST - 1:30 pm EST - Remedy Partners
    • 1:35 pm EST - 2:05 pm EST - Signature Medical Group
    • 2:10 pm EST - 2:40 pm EST - Archway Health


Meet the Speakers (In Alphabetical Order):

Nick Jewell,Signature Medical Group

Nick Jewell is the Director of Business Development for Signature Medical Group, Inc. , a multi-specialty group of 150 physicians in 17 specialties in St. Louis, Kansas City and rural Missouri. Prior to Signature, Nick served as Vice President of Care Continuum and Strategic Alignment for a national post-acute provider, Ensign Services. Currently, Nick is working with Signature's physician partners across the country as an Awardee Convener in Medicare's Bundled Payments for Care Improvement initiative. This program encompasses 1,200 orthopedic physicians and 45,000 clinical episodes through 26 states.

Duncan Sibson, Remedy Partners

Duncan Sibson serves as the Vice President of Orthopaedics for Remedy Partners. Remedy has completed over 70,000 orthopaedic episodes under bundled payment arrangements. Duncan oversees all aspects of Remedy's orthopaedic efforts including independent orthopaedic physician group bundled payment programs.

Prior to joining Remedy, Duncan was a Global Brand Manager for Stryker’s reconstructive product portfolio. Prior to Stryker, Duncan led a product development team for spinal devices at Globus Medical.

Duncan graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a B.A. and received an M.B.A. from the University of Florida. He is an inventor on 9 issued patents.

Dave Terry, Archway Health

As the CEO of Archway Health, Mr. Terry is a thought leader and frequent speaker on bundled payments and other payment reform initiatives. Throughout his 20-year-career in healthcare, Mr. Terry has been a senior executive and trusted strategic advisor for providers all along the care continuum. In these roles, he has led care and risk management initiatives with primary care physicians, specialists, acute care hospitals, pediatric health systems, skilled nursing facilities, home care companies, and hospice providers.

At Partners Healthcare in Boston, he helped negotiate global cap and pay-for-performance contracts with managed care plans, and then led primary care “pods” designed to manage the care and risk within those contracts. At Harborside Healthcare, he ran a home care agency that managed Medicare and commercial episodes of care within a single payment. As a partner with The Chartis Group, he developed provider networks and risk sharing models for Medicare ACOs; and prior to founding Archway, he led the effort to build the largest network of providers in the CMS bundled payment program.

Mr. Terry holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BA from Columbia University. He currently serves on the board of Bottom Line, a national educational non-profit, and is a past board member of the Harvard Business School Health Industry Alumni Association.


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