Physicians are uniquely positioned to transform the clinical delivery system to better meet patient needs while reducing costs and improving quality. Rising healthcare costs are crowding out spending in other areas. Providers and hospitals can play an important role in controlling these costs. Sree Chaguturu, MD,a leader in Partners’ accountable care organization and former advisor for chief executive teams and government leaders on strategy at McKinsey and Company, leads this executive education webinar for business and science leaders.
The webinar discussion will focus on several medical management tactics designed to help keep people out of the hospital including:
High-risk care management
Behavioral health integration
Advanced primary care
Care continuum programs, including post-acute, palliative care, etc.
Dr. Sree Chaguturu presents "How Physicians Can Control Health Care Costs"
Sree Chaguturu is Chief Population Officer at Partners HealthCare. He is part of the leadership team focused on the health system’s aspirations of improving quality and reducing costs for the populations it serves. He provides oversight for the system’s accountable care organization, caring for 500,000 lives, as well as for the organization’s self-insured health plan that covers 100,000 beneficiaries.
Dr. Chaguturu is a practicing internal medicine physician at Massachusetts General Hospital and a clinical instructor at Harvard Medical School. Additionally, he is a recognized author; his articles have appeared in publications such as the New England Journal of Medicine,JAMA, and Health Affairs.
Dr. Chaguturu received his BA degree in biology from Brown University and his doctorate of medicine degree from Brown University Medical School. He performed his internal medicine and primary care training at Massachusetts General Hospital.