Thought Leader, Care Redesign

François de Brantes, MS, MBA

Vice-President and Director
Center for Payment Innovation, Altarum Institute


François de Brantes is Vice-President and Director of Altarum Institute’s Center for Payment Innovation (CPI), a center that designs and implements innovative payment and benefit plan design programs to motivate physicians, hospitals, and consumer-patients to improve the quality and affordability of care. CPI works with states, employers, health plans, and provider organizations, as well as national consultancies such as McKinsey and KPMG, to advise them on payment and delivery system reform.

Previously, Mr. de Brantes was the Program Leader for various health care initiatives at GE’s corporate headquarters, responsible for developing and implementing GE’s Active Consumer strategy. Mr. de Brantes attended the University of Paris IX – Dauphine where he earned a MS in economics and finance, and he attended the Tuck School of Business Administration at Dartmouth College, where he graduated with an MBA.

Mr. de Brantes has been published in peer-reviewed journals such as The New England Journal of Medicine, JAMA, and Health Affairs and is frequently quoted in national media, including The New York Times. He has also published two books, the latest being “The Incentive Cure: The Real Relief For Health Care.”

 

Leadership 2016

Reading List: Dave Chokshi and François de Brantes

NEJM Catalyst Thought Leaders weigh in on the most influential and inspiring texts of their careers.

Patient-Provider Conflict: The Perfect Environment Panel Clip Still

Care Redesign 2016

Patient-Provider Conflict: The Perfect Environment

We must improve how patients perceive the system if we want health care to improve.

Care Redesign 2016

A Memo to the Brilliant

Top-down regulation of physicians may have been a factor in Democrats’ defeat. Blind commitment to specific models of payment reform has put much into jeopardy, unnecessarily.

Thomas Graf Panel Clip Still: You Can't Always Compete Against Your Own Baseline

Care Redesign 2016

A Cry for Encouraging Disruption in Health Care

Where we’re learning the most is disruption and innovation.

New Marketplace

A Process for Structuring Bundled Payments in Maternity Care

First-year results of a pilot effort at a nonprofit Medicaid HMO in Texas.

Patrick Conway and Francois de Brantes Panel Clip Still: Winners, Losers, and How to Stay in the Care Redesign Game

Care Redesign 2016

Winners, Losers, and Staying in the Game

The “laggards” aren’t any less motivated to improve care or outcomes — it’ll just take the right incentives to get them there.

Care Redesign 2016

My Favorite Slide: Understanding the Drivers of Cost Inflation

What contributes to employee health care cost increases? Waterfall charts help employers see the bigger picture.

François de Brantes Video Still: A Theorem for Innovation in Health Care Delivery

Care Redesign 2016

A Theorem for Innovation in Health Care Delivery

How achieving optimal care outcomes is just like crossing a marathon finish line.

Care Redesign 2016

My Favorite Slide: What Drives Cost Variability for Episodes of Care?

Potentially avoidable complications are the main culprits of variability in cost.

Care Redesign 2016

Bundled Payment in the U.S.: The Slow March Is Almost Over

Payment for episodes of care is not the norm — yet. But marketplace shifts are creating the demand for workable solutions to emerge.

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