Format: Campfire 

Topic: Building Sector Sustainability  

The transition from fee-for-service to value-based payments is well underway. Value-based payments and similar models link provider payments to quality measures and outcomes, and shift financial and clinical risk from the payer to the provider. This workshop will focus on key elements of success for value-based services and care including care coordination, care management, population health management, and optimizing data for clinical and operational success. Additionally, trends and real-world use cases on best practice use of technology to support new emerging business opportunities will be discussed.

Learning Objectives

  • The impact of value-based and related payment models on service delivery and payments
  • How to scale and leverage technology for sustainable financial, operational, and clinical growth in a value-based payment environment
  • Proven new models of collaborative care happening now across the spectrum
  • How to best position your organization to succeed in landing contracts for and thriving with new models of care


  • Scott Green, senior vice president and general manager of CareGuidance, Netsmart
  • Julie Hiett, practice director of consulting, Netsmart

Scott Green
Senior Vice President and General Manager of CareGuidance

Scott Green is vice president and general manager of Netsmart’s CareGuidance solutions suite.  In this role, he oversees Netsmart’s population health, consumer engagement, clinical content, analytics and interoperability solutions. Green works closely with Netsmart’s product, clinical and operational teams and Netsmart clients to create solutions that allow behavioral health, post-acute and social services organizations to maximize the value of their investment in healthcare information technology.

Prior to joining Netsmart, Green held a variety of positions with Pfizer Inc., including roles in government relations, marketing, sales, and as a Director of Integrated Delivery Systems. In this role, Green worked with quality and clinical leadership from leading integrated delivery systems to develop innovative initiatives and quality programs designed to drive standardization in care and improved outcomes. Green has a bachelor’s degree from Kansas State University and a graduate certificate in healthcare leadership from Park University.

Julie Hiett
Practice Director of Consulting

Julie Hiett is practice director of Consulting, managing the implementation teams for Netsmart’s care coordination, population health, addiction management, and public health solutions.

Hiett works closely with Netsmart’s product, development and consulting teams, driving these multi-functional teams to implement small and large-scale projects. She has led multiple statewide rollouts involving care coordination across social services, I/DD, behavioral health and primary care populations.

Prior to joining Netsmart, Hiett held a variety of positions with ScriptPro, a pharmacy software company, including leading large-scale projects for the Department of Veterans Administration, Department of Defense, and Indian Health Services. She also has more than eight years of experience in the social services and social work arena, including both child and adult mental health, mentoring, and advocacy, at community mental health centers and multiple nonprofit organizations.

Hiett has a bachelor’s in family studies & human services from Kansas State University and a master's in social work from Wichita State University.