The Institute for the Delivery of High-Value Care is sponsored, hosted and facilitated by RowdMap. Participants do not have to be clients of RowdMap, but do have to be individuals operating in, or preparing to take part in, the delivery system and dedicated to delivering High-Value Care. Some participants use RowdMap's information, platform, and services, while others do not. The important thing is that participants use something to work towards delivering High-Value Care. There is no cost for attendance nor payment for participation. Attendance is open to those individuals who have been invited or recommended by previous participants and participants may be publicly listed and share as part of the community. The Institute grew out of RowdMap's client events with providers and physicians who asked to open the events up to their colleagues and networks, students and residents, and administrative and payer-partners, in order to collectively practice the business skills needed to execute the mandate to deliver High-Value Care.


Leading Providers and Payers to Deliver Affordable, High-Value Care

American Medical Association (AMA) on 100 Representatives from more than 50 Leading Health Plans, Hospitals and Provider Systems across the United States Gathered at RowdMap's Institute for the Delivery of High-Value Care to Learn and Share the Practical Applications for Delivering Affordable, High-Value Care.

Leaders across the Country Embark on High-Value Care

The Wall Street Journal's MarketWatch on Leading Payers and Providers at The Institute for the Delivery of High-Value Care's Inaugural Session. Leading providers, payers, government officials and special guests gathering together to discuss executing the mandate to deliver high-value care in their work as they align payment, delivery practice and organizational culture around population health and value-based care.

High-Value Care as "The Future of Healthcare"

Local coverage from Insider Louisville on insurers, providers and other health care experts at the table to discuss how they can make sure that changing payment models help providers, insurers and patients. “While there is currently a swirl of uncertainty about the medical system in the U.S., there is also great opportunity to improve care and develop much more efficient systems of delivery to improve patient care.” Dr. Brett Oliver, Chief Medical Information Officer, Baptist Health.