NADP Knowledge Center
*FREE* Using Analytics and Value-Based Models to Give Teeth to Dental Plans (2019)
Recorded On: 10/03/2019
Dental is constantly changing and continually facing cost pressures. Understanding how to create efficiency and how to deliver greater value is a must for dental insurers to win in today’s competitive marketplace. To give teeth to dental programs, insurers have the opportunity to reduce costs and improve the quality of care with analytics and value-based payment models.
In this session, learn how:
- To use analytics to improve benefit design, identify high-performing providers and direct more members to those dentists
- To recognize high-performing providers, remediate under-performing providers
- To begin using value-based models to help drive providers toward delivering more appropriate preventive services
- To give dental providers who meet higher standards the opportunity to earn more revenue without committing to raising fee schedules across the board
This webinar was sponsored by:
Dr. Judy Greenlea Taylor
Dental Director, CareSource
Dr. Judy Greenlea Taylor, a native of Atlanta, GA has practiced dentistry in the public and private sectors for 28 years and currently operates a private practice in Union City, southwest of Atlanta. In addition to her ongoing role as practitioner and CEO of Greenlea Dental Center, PC, she serves as Dental Director for CareSource, a nationally recognized nonprofit managed care plan, serving Medicaid, Marketplace and Medicare beneficiaries in several state markets. With direct oversight and management of the Georgia Market dental operations, Dr. Greenlea Taylor provides strategic direction and development for dental policy and program design to ensure access to quality oral healthcare. She additionally, provides oversight of professional clinical review, quality management, utilization management and dental professional relations.
Dr. Greenlea Taylor’s extensive career includes key leadership positons and roles. These include serving as the 92ndPresident of the National Dental Association (NDA), a Consultant to the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), a state board official appointed to the Georgia Department of Public Health by Governor Nathan Deal, where she served two terms and served as an Officer - Secretary. As the only dentist on the Board, she advised the Commissioner and department on issues related to oral health, policy and programs to improve oral and overall health in Georgia. She additionally serves on numerous other boards and committees at local, state and national levels. She is a nationally recognized public health educator, lecturer and consultant.
She has received numerous honors and awards for both her professional and community service accomplishments. Some honors include esteemed fellowship into both the American College of Dentists and International College of Dentists. Atlanta’s WXIA TV 11ALIVE Community Service Award; Outstanding Citizen Award from Secretary of State Brian Kemp (2015), affording her every courtesy as a Goodwill Ambassador from Georgia; proclamations and commendations from the State of Georgia, the City of Atlanta, City of Union City and the Georgia Department of Public Health. In addition, most recently, Hidden Figures Award recipient, honoring Women Leaders in STEM.
Dr. Greenlea Taylor earned her Bachelor of Science degree from Prairie View A&M University (Texas A&M University System) and historically was the first graduate of the Benjamin Banneker Honors College. She earned her D.D.S dental degree from University of Iowa, completed a General Practice/Oral Surgery Fellowship Residency at Emory University and a Master of Public Health Degree (MPH) from Emory University Rollins School of Public Health. She received course certification in health disparities research from Columbia University and a certificate in Cultural Competency with HHS, and serves as a facilitator trainer.
Vice President of Provider Experience and Benefits Management, SKYGEN USA
Marcel Tetzlaff leads SKYGEN USA’s continuing commitment to helping its clients provide superior program stewardship. He and his team are responsible for developing and executing the company’s Enhanced Benefit Management program that is designed to ensure delivery of the most appropriate and efficient care possible. By leveraging SKYGEN USA’s technology, along with its clinical, analytical and administrative expertise, the appropriate intervention can be initiated to achieve optimum performance, including recognizing and rewarding high performing providers.
Marcel has more than 20 years of experience in managing government and commercial medical and dental plans. During that time he has implemented best practices for Medicare Advantage programs and developed workflows, reports, education, training, and documentation for the Medicare Shared Savings Program (MSSP), Risk Adjustment Factor (RAF), Health Effectiveness Data Information Set (HEDIS), and other quality and efficiency measures. Marcel earned his MBA at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with a major in healthcare management. He also holds a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.