A day-long executive seminar during the Healthcare Financial Management Association’s National Institute, June 24-27 in Las Vegas, will help health care chief financial officers and other top finance leaders understand not just the move toward new value-based treatment and payment methods, but also the need for them to develop “value-based leadership.”

This means having leaders who can establish the tone from the top on transitioning an organization away from a fee-for-service environment. Necessary leadership skills will include establishing reward systems, re-orienting care and patient experiences, developing teams, and improving quality while lowering costs, all of which require creating new skill sets throughout the organization, says Todd Nelson, technical director of the healthcare financial practice group at HFMA and a session co-presenter.

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