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TWELFTH NATIONAL VALUE-BASED PAYMENT AND PAY FOR PERFORMANCE SUMMIT


Date
Mar 08, 2017 - 11:00 AM - Mar 10, 05:30 PM
Link to Website
Organizer
Health Care Conference Administrators
Venue
Grand Hyatt San Francisco
Location
345, Stockton St

San Francisco,
CA,
USA,
ZIP: 94108
Phone: 415-398-1234

WELFTH NATIONAL VALUE-BASED PAYMENT
AND PAY FOR PERFORMANCE SUMMIT
The Leading Forum on Pay for Performance,
Value-based Payment and MACRA

March 8 - 10, 2017

 
 

Pay for Performance Summit: Overview

For 2017 National Value-Based Payment and Pay for Performance Summit will take place during a period of possible dramatic national health policy changes driven by the election of President-elect Donald Trump and the Republican-dominated Congress. At the time that this brochure is being mailed there are more questions than answers regarding direction that national health policy will take.

  • Will the ACA/Obamacare be repealed and replaced? If so, over what time frame will this take place?
  • Will there be an effort to move Medicare to a premium support, voucher program?
  • Will there be an effort to move Medicaid to a block grant or per capita cap program?
  • And importantly for this Summit, what will the attitude of the new administration be to value-based payments, including accountable care, bundled payment, CPC+, medical home, etc., and MACRA?

 

At this time the majority opinion seems to be that it is likely that the Trump Administration will continue some level of support for value-based payment initiatives and MACRA which was passed with bi-partisan support. But in the context of the extraordinary political events of the past year, it is very hard indeed to prognosticate the future health policy of the Trump administration.

It may well be that more discretion regarding health policy and payment may be delegated to the states. Thus health care providers and payers may face different approaches in different states.

Regardless to the direction pf public health policy, the private marketplace continues to evolve in the direction of value-based payments. Physicians, hospitals and other healthcare providers are routinely seeing their performance compared to peers, national benchmarks and their own past performance. On the down side, the explosion of measurement has become "too much of a good thing." As a result, attention has shifted to discovering ways to better automate the measurement process and narrow its focus. In addition, despite tremendous progress, our payment system is still predominantly based on fee for service. We’re still far from a health care system that consistently delivers best care at lowest cost, and our ability to truly measure and reward outcomes is at an early stage.

This year's conference will provide an opportunity to engage with colleagues from across the country on the issues, opportunities, and challenges facing the health care system in 2017 and beyond. Leaders from industry, government and the non-profit sector will share best practices and lessons learned from grappling with real-world implementation issues as they strive to improve quality while reducing costs. We will hear about Performance Measures and Data to Implement Alternative Payment Models, Encounter Data and the Future of the Delegated Model, Innovative Approaches to Involving Specialists in Value-based Payment, National Best Practices in Value-based Payment Innovation and Implementation and the challenges of MACRA Implementation. Leading health plans and provider organizations will share observations from the front lines of product development and care delivery, while researchers will reveal what they have learned through studying success. Throughout the conference, practitioners actively engaged in the challenging work of improving our healthcare system will learn from each other, and accelerate our progress toward creating a higher-value system. In addition, the conference has become a great opportunity to reconnect on an annual basis - we will be delighted if you can join us.

Value-Based Payment and Pay for Performance Summit: Registration

The columns below give you a choice of either attending the conference in-person on site or attending at your home or office via the Internet. Each choice has a different price and registration form.
 
TO ATTEND THE CONFERENCE IN-PERSON ON SITE
Onsite conference registration includes onsite attendance, professional networking, and live interaction with the faculty.
Individual Registration:
PRECONFERENCE: 
 
  Pay for Performance and Value-based Payments 101: A Primer $495

CONFERENCE (Does not include Pre-Conference):
 
  -- Through Friday, January 13, 2017*
-- Through Friday, February 10, 2017**
-- After Friday, February 10, 2017
$1,095
$1,495
$1,795
Group Registration Discount:
(Does not include Pre-Conference)
Three or more registrations submitted from the same organization at the same time receive the following discounted rates for conference registration only. To qualify, all registrations must be submitted simultaneously:
CONFERENCE: (Does not include Preconference. Rates are per person.)
-- Through Friday, January 13, 2017*
-- Through Friday, February 10, 2017**
-- After Friday, February 10, 2017
$895
$1,295
$1,595
To register to attend the PfP Summit onsite at the group rate, click here to register over the internet with your credit card or download the registration form and fax/mail in your registration.
CONFERENCE ELECTRONIC MEDIA:
Onsite Attendees - Following the Summit, the video and presentations are made available in the following formats. To take advantage of the discounted prices below, you must reserve media WITH your Summit registration:
Conference Audio/Video and Powerpoint on
-- Flash Drive ($129 + $15 shipping)
-- Web (6 month access)

$144
$129
SPECIAL SUBSCRIPTION OFFERS:
Onsite attendees - you can purchase an annual subscription to Accountable Care News, Medical Home News, Population Health News, Predictive Modeling News or Readmissions News for only $295 (regular rate $468) and an annual subscription to Value Based Payment News or Healthcare Innovation News for only $195 (regular rate $295) when ordered with your conference registration.
Annual subscription to:
-- Accountable Care News
-- Healthcare Innovation News
-- Medical Home News
-- Population Health News
-- Predictive Modeling News
-- Readmissions News
-- Value Based Payment News

$295
$195
$295
$295
$295
$295
$195
REGISTRATION OPTIONS FOR
ATTENDING THE CONFERENCE IN-PERSON


 
Registering with a discount code? To proceed with secure online registration, input your code below. To register via fax/mail, download the form and input your code in the appropriate location. The use of a discount code cannot be the basis of requesting a partial refund of fees already paid.

 
*This price reflects a discount for registration and payment received through Friday, January 13, 2017.

**This price reflects a discount for registration and payment received through Friday, February 10, 2017.

 
 
TO ATTEND THE CONFERENCE VIA THE LIVE/ARCHIVED INTERNET WEBCAST
Webcast conference registration includes the live Internet feed from the Summit, plus six months of continued archived Internet access, available 24/7.
Individual Registration:
CONFERENCE:
(Includes Preconference)

 
  -- Through Friday, January 13, 2017*
-- Through Friday, February 10, 2017**
-- After Friday, February 10, 2017
$795
$1,195
$1,495
Group Registration Discount:
(Includes Pre-Conference)
Group registration offers the substantial volume discounts set forth below.

All webcast group registrants are enrolled in Preconference and the main conference.

Group registration permits the organizational knowledge coordinator either to share conference access with colleagues or to assign and track employee conference participation. Rates are per person.
Conference Access:
-- 5 or more (click here for this rate)
-- 10 or more (click here for this rate)
-- 20 or more (click here for this rate)
-- 40 or more (click here for this rate)

$595 each
$495 each
$395 each
$295 each
To register a group, click on the link above to register the group via the Internet or click here to use the downloadable form to mail or fax. If using the downloadable form, complete a form for each registrant and submit all forms together via mail, email or fax to qualify for the group discount.

In lieu of completing individual forms, you may fill out one downloadable form with the contact person's information. Indicate on the form the number of attendees and payment information. Submit the name, title, company, full address, phone number and email of each additional attendee on an Excel worksheet or any other form you find convenient. Email, fax or mail this information to the registration office. We will process the group registration and send an email confirmation to the contact and each attendee.
CONFERENCE ELECTRONIC MEDIA:
Webcast attendees - Following the Summit, the video and presentations are made available on a flash drive. To take advantage of the discounted price below, you must reserve media WITH your Summit registration:
Conference Audio/Video and Powerpoint on
-- Flash Drive ($129 + $15 shipping)

$144
(All Webcast attendees automatically receive 6 months access on web.)
SPECIAL SUBSCRIPTION OFFERS:
Webcast attendees - you can purchase an annual subscription to Accountable Care News, Medical Home News, Population Health News, Predictive Modeling News or Readmissions News for only $295 (regular rate $468) and an annual subscription to Value Based Payment News or Healthcare Innovation News for only $195 (regular rate $295) when ordered with your conference registration.
Annual subscription to:
-- Accountable Care News
-- Healthcare Innovation News
-- Medical Home News
-- Population Health News
-- Predictive Modeling News
-- Readmissions News
-- Value Based Payment News

$295
$195
$295
$295
$295
$295
$195
REGISTRATION OPTIONS FOR
ATTENDING THE CONFERENCE VIA WEBCAST


 
Registering with a discount code? To proceed with secure online registration, input your code below. To register via fax/mail, download the form and input your code in the appropriate location. The use of a discount code cannot be the basis of requesting a partial refund of fees already paid.

 

THE FOLLOWING TERMS AND CONDITIONS APPLY

REGARDING WEBCAST REGISTRATIONS
  1. Individuals or groups may register for Internet access. Organizations may register for group access without presenting specific registrant names. In such instances the registering organization will be presented a series of user names and passwords to distribute to participants.
  2. Each registrant will receive a user name and password for access. Registrants will be able to change their user names and passwords and manage their accounts.
  3. Internet registrants will enjoy six (6) months of access from the date of issuance of a user name and password.
  4. Only one user (per user name and password) may access the archived conference. It is not permissible to share the user name and password with third parties. Should Internet registrants choose to access post conference content via alternative media (Flash Drive), this individual use limitation applies. It is not permissible to share alternative media with third parties.
  5. User name and password use will be monitored to assure compliance.
  6. Each Internet registration is subject to a "bandwidth" or capacity use cap of 5 gb per user per month. When this capacity use cap is hit, the registration lapses. Said registration will be again made available at the start of the next month so long as the registration period has not lapsed and is subject to the same capacity cap.
  7. For webcast registrants there will be no refunds for cancellations. Please call the Conference Office at 800-503-7382 or 206-452-5499 for further information.
REGARDING ONSITE REGISTRATION, CANCELLATIONS AND SUBSTITUTIONS
  1. For onsite group registrations, full registration and credit card information is required for each registrant. List all members of groups registering concurrently on fax or scanned cover sheet.
  2. For onsite registrants there will be no refunds for "no-shows" or for cancellations. You may send a substitute or switch to the webcast option. Please call the Conference Office at 800-503-7382 or 206-452-5499 for further information.
METHOD OF PAYMENT FOR TUITION
Make payment to Health Care Conference Administrators LLC by check, MasterCard, Visa or American Express. Credit card charges will be listed on your statement as payment to HealthCare (HC) Conf LLC. Checks or money orders should be made payable to Health Care Conference Administrators LLC. A $30 fee will be charged on any returned checks.

 

PAYMENT OPTIONS
Registration may be made online or via mail, fax or scan.

You may register online at www.PfPSummit.com.

Alternatively, you may use our printed registration form, enclose payment and return it to the Summit registrar at 12330 NE 8th Street, Suite 101, Bellevue, WA 98005-3187, or fax the completed form to 206-319-5303 or click here to email. Checks or money orders should be made payable to Health Care Conference Administrators LLC.

The following credit cards are accepted: American Express, Visa or MasterCard. Credit card charges will be listed on your statement as payment to HCCA Conferences.

For registrants awaiting company check or money order, a credit card number must be given to hold registration. If payment is not received by seven days prior to the Summit, credit card payment will be processed.

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS
  • NASBA
    Health Care Conference Administrators, LLC (dba GHC, LLC Healthcare) is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit.

    Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.learningmarket.org. A recommended maximum of 15.0 credits based on a 50-minute hour will be granted for the entire learning activity.

    This program addresses topics that are of a current concern in the healthcare quality and patient safety environment. This is an update, group-live activity. For more information regarding administrative policies such as complaints or refunds, call 206-757-8053 or email [email protected].

    AMA PRA CATEGORY 1 CREDITS
    Accreditation Statement
    This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of Amedco and Health Care Conference Administrators (HCCA). Amedco is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

    Credit Designation Statement
    Amedco designates this live activity for a maximum of 15.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

    Credits are available for those attending the Summit onsite and via the live video/audio Internet broadcast, but not for those who participate only via the archived video/audio Internet broadcast.

    CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE
    Onsite attendees can also request a Certificate of Attendance which they can file with appropriate entities for credit, and webcast attendees can request a Webcast Certificate of Attendance on which they can certify the number of hours they watched and can file with appropriate entities for credit.

 

TAX DEDUCTIBILITY
Expenses of training including tuition, travel, lodging and meals, incurred to maintain or improve skills in your profession may be tax deductible. Consult your tax advisor. Federal Tax ID: 91-1892021.

 

CANCELLATIONS/SUBSTITUTIONS
No refunds will be given for �no-shows� or for cancellations of either webcast or onsite registrations. You may send a substitute or transfer your onsite registration to a webcast registration. For more information, please call the Conference Office at 800-503-7382 or 206-452-5499.

 

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY POLICY
Unauthorized sharing of Summit content via Internet access through the sharing of user names and passwords or via alternative media (Flash Drive) through the sharing of said media is restricted by law and may subject the copyright infringer to substantial civil damages. The Summit aggressively pursues copyright infringers. If a registrant needs the ability to share Summit content within his or her organization, multiple Summit registrations are available at discounted rates.

The Summit will pay a reward for information regarding unauthorized sharing of Summit content. The reward will be one quarter (25%) of any recovery resulting from a copyright infringement (less legal fees and other expenses related to the recovery) up to a maximum reward payment of $25,000. The payment will be made to the individual or individuals who in the opinion of our legal counsel first provided the factual information, which was necessary for the recovery. If you have knowledge regarding the unauthorized Summit content sharing, contact the Summit registration office.

 

REGISTRATION BINDING AGREEMENT
Registration (whether online or by this form) constitutes a contract and all of these terms and conditions are binding on the parties. In particular, these terms and conditions shall apply in the case of any credit/debit card dispute.

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Program subject to cancellation or change. If the program is cancelled the only liability of the Summit will be to refund the registration fee paid. The Summit shall have no liability regarding travel or other costs. Registration form submitted via fax, mail, email or online constitutes binding agreement between the parties.

 

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
Call 800-503-7382 (Continental US, Alaska and Hawaii only) or 206-452-5499, click here to email, or visit our website at www.PfPSummit.com.

 



Agenda


Agenda: Pay for Performance Summit: Preconference
Wednesday, March 8, 2017
11:00 a.m. Registration
Pay for Performance and Value-based Payments 101: A Primer
1:00 p.m.

Welcome and Introduction

Susan Corneliuson, MHS
Senior Manager, GE Healthcare Camden Group; Former Executive Director of Outpatient Services, MemorialCare, Miller Children's Hospital, San Francisco, CA
Mark Krivopal, MD, MBA
Vice President, GE Healthcare Camden Group; Former Vice President and Medical Director of Clinical Integration and Hospitalist Medicine, Steward Health Care, Boston, MA
Laura P. Jacobs, MPH
President, GE Healthcare Camden Group; Former Director, Business Development, St. Vincent Medical Center, El Segundo, CA
5:00 p.m. Adjournment
Agenda: Pay for Performance Summit: Day I
Thursday, March 9, 2017
7:00 a.m. Registration Opens; Continental Breakfast in Exhibit Hall
 
PAY FOR PERFORMANCE OPENING PLENARY SESSION
8:00 a.m.

Welcome and Introduction

Donald H. Crane, JD
President and Chief Executive Officer, CAPG, Los Angeles, CA (Co chair)
Jeffrey A. Rideout, MD
President and Chief Executive Officer; Integrated Healthcare Association, Oakland, CA (Co chair)
8:15 a.m.

Keynote Address: From Obamacare to Trumpcare: The Implications for Pay for Performance, Value-based Payment, Accountable Care, Bundled Payment and MACRA

Ian Morrison, PhD
Healthcare Futurist; Author, Healthcare in the New Millennium: Vision, Values and Leadership, and The Second Curve: Managing the Velocity of Change, Menlo Park, CA
8:45 a.m. The Criteria and Standards Underlying Pay for Performance and Value-based Payment
Peggy O'Kane
President, National Committee for Quality Assurance, Washington, DC
9:15 a.m. Findings of the California Regional Health Care Cost & Quality Atlas: A Collaboration of the Integrated Healthcare Association (IHA), the California Health Care Foundation (CHCF), and the California Health and Human Services (CHHS) Agency
Sandra R. Hernández, MD
President and Chief Executive Officer, California Health Care Foundation; Assistant Clinical Professor, University of California, San Francisco, School of Medicine; Former Chief Executive Officer, The San Francisco Foundation, Oakland, CA
9:45 a.m. Addressing Regional and Product Line Performance Variation to Enhance Quality and Cost-Efficiency
Jeffrey A. Rideout, MD
President and Chief Executive Officer, Integrated Healthcare Association, Oakland, CA (Moderator)
10:15 a.m. Break
10:45 a.m. Collaborative Solutions to Challenges In Payment and Delivery Reform
Harold D. Miller
President and Chief Executive Officer, Center for Healthcare Quality and Payment Reform; Adjunct Professor, Carnegie Mellon University; Member, Physician-Focused Payment Model Technical Advisory Committee, Pittsburgh, PA
Elizabeth Mitchell
President and Chief Executive Officer Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement; Vice Chair, Physician-Focused Payment Model Technical Advisory Committee, Portland, ME
11:15 a.m. Physician Organization Value-based Payment Innovation and Implementation: The Implications of MACRA
Ruth Benton, MBA
Chief Executive Officer, New West Physicians; Former Vice President, Swedish Medical Center, Golden, CO
Lee Huskins, Jr., MBA
President and Chief Administrative Officer, John Muir Physician Network, Walnut Creek, CA
Andrew Snyder, MD, FAAP
Executive Vice President, Chief Clinical Integration Officer and President, Mount Sinai Health Partners; Former Chief Medical Officer and Senior Vice President, Brown & Toland Physicians, IPA, New York, NY
Donald H. Crane, JD
President and Chief Executive Officer, CAPG, Los Angeles, CA (Moderator)
12:00 p.m. Why Purchasers Have to Drive Value-based Payment
David Lansky, PhD
President and Chief Executive Officer, Pacific Business Group on Health (PBGH); Former Founding President, Foundation for Accountability (FACCT), San Francisco, CA
12:30 p.m. Networking Luncheon
 
AFTERNOON MINI SUMMITS: MINI SUMMITS GROUP I
(Choose one Mini Summit only)
Mini Summit 1: Benchmarking Commercial Total Cost of Care and Resource Use Across 5 States
1:15 p.m. Welcome, Introductions, Discussions and Q&A
Mylia Christensen
Executive Director, Oregon Health Care Quality Corporation; Chair, NRHI Board of Directors; Former Director, Center for Evidence-Based Policy, Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, OR
Ana English, MBA
Chief Executive Officer, Center for Improving Value in Health Care; Former Vice President, American Medical Association, Colorado Springs, CO
Lindsay Erickson
Director, Value Based P4P Program, Integrated Healthcare Association, Oakland, CA
David Lansky, PhD
President and Chief Executive Officer, Pacific Business Group on Health (PBGH); Former Founding President, Foundation for Accountability (FACCT), San Francisco, CA
Louise Probst, MBA
Executive Director, Midwest Health Initiative and St. Louis Area Business Health Coalition, St. Louis, MO
Elizabeth Mitchell
President and Chief Executive Officer, Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement; Vice Chair, Physician-Focused Payment Model Technical Advisory Committee, Portland, ME (Moderator)
2:30 p.m. Transition Break
 
Mini Summit 2: 10 Pitfalls of Value-based Contracts: How Plans can Avoid Them and Restore Profitability with Physician Engagement
 
1:15 p.m. Welcome, Introduction, Discussion and Q&A
Joe Gifford, MD
Senior Vice President, Provider Markets, Lumeris; Former Chief Executive, Accountable Care Organization, Vice President, Population Health, Providence Health & Services; Former Chief Medical Officer, Blue Shield of Washington, Seattle, WA
2:30 p.m. Transition Break
 
Mini Summit 3: Lessons in Value-based Care: Lessons Learned from Over Two Decades in the Healthcare Business
1:15 p.m. Welcome, Introduction, Discussion and Q&A
Mark Wagar, MHA
President, Heritage Medical Systems, an affiliate of the Heritage Provider Network (HPN); Operating Partner, Enhanced Equity Fund, LP; Former Senior Vice President, WellPoint, Inc.; Former Chief Executive Officer, Empire BlueCross BlueShield, Northridge, CA
2:30 p.m. Transition Break
 
Mini Summit 4: Making Value-based Technology Work for your Organization
1:15 p.m. Welcome, Introductions, Discussion and Q&A
Jay Sultan
Vice President, TranZform Product Management, Cognizant, Teaneck, NJ
2:30 p.m. Transition Break
 
Mini Summit 5: Performance Management in Accountable Care Organizations in the US and Germany: From External Reporting Requirements to Enabling Internal Performance Management in Physician Practices
1:15 p.m. Welcome, Introduction, Discussion and Q&A
Alexander Pimperl, PhD
Head, Finance & Business Intelligence, OptiMedis AG Harkness Fellow in Health Care Policy and Practice, School of Public Health, University of California Berkeley, Hamburg, Germany
2:30 p.m. Transition Break
 
MINI SUMMITS GROUP II
(Choose one Mini Summit only)
 
Mini-Summit 6: MACRA: How to Develop and Qualify as an Advanced Payment Model (APM)
2:45 p.m. Welcome, Introductions, Discussion and Q&A
Jeffrey W. Bailet, M.D., MSPH, FACS
Executive Vice President, Healthcare Quality and Affordability, Blue Shield of California, San Francisco, CA
Donald H. Crane, JD
President and Chief Executive Officer, CAPG, Los Angeles, CA
Elizabeth Mitchell
President and Chief Executive Officer, Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement; Vice Chair, Physician-Focused Payment Model Technical Advisory Committee, Portland, ME (Moderator)
4:00 p.m. Transition Break
 
Mini Summit 7: Navigating Value-based Purchasing
2:45 p.m. Welcome, Introduction, Discussions and Q&A
Leah Binder, MA, MGA
President and Chief Executive Officer, The Leapfrog Group; Former Vice President, Franklin Community Health Network; Former Senior Policy Advisor, NYC Mayor's Office (Rudolph W. Giuliani), Washington, DC
4:00 p.m. Transition Break
 
Mini Summit 8: Lessons from Higher Performing Networks
2:45 p.m. Welcome, Introduction, Discussions and Q&A
Greger Vigen, FSA, MBA, MAAA
Independent Health Actuary; Founding Chair, Payment Reform Subgroup, Society of Actuaries; Co-Author, Measurement of Healthcare Quality and Efficiency: Resources for Healthcare Professionals and Opportunities During Transformation: Moving To Health Care 2.0, Granada Hills, CA
Emma Hoo
Director, Pacific Business Group on Health, San Francisco, CA (Moderator)
4:00 p.m. Transition Break
 
Mini Summit 9: Slowing the Progression of Chronic Disease
2:45 p.m. Welcome, Introduction, Discussions and Q&A
Edward B. Herzig, MD, FACP, MACR
Board, American College of Rheumatology; Chair, Managing Board, Mercy Health Select ACO and Clinically Integrated Network, Mercy Health Cincinnati Ohio, Cincinnati, OH
Sandra Lewis, MD
Founder, Northwest Cardiovascular Institute; Immediate Past Chair, Women in Cardiology Section, American College of Cardiology, Portland, OR
Adam J. Weinstein, MD
Vice President, Medical Affairs, School of Medicine, University of Maryland; Board of Directors, Renal Physicians Association, Easton, MD
Harold D. Miller
President and Chief Executive Officer, Center for Healthcare Quality and Payment Reform; Adjunct Professor, Carnegie Mellon University; Member, Physician-Focused Payment Model Technical Advisory Committee, Pittsburgh, PA (Moderator)
4:00 p.m. Transition Break
 
Mini Summit 10: A Systematic, Population-based Approach to Behavioral Determinants of Outcomes and Costs
2:45 p.m. Welcome, Introduction, Discussions and Q&A
Richard L. Brown, MD, MPH
Family Physician; Professor, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health, School of Medicine and Public Health, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
4:00 p.m. Transition Break
 
MINI SUMMITS GROUP III
(Choose one Mini Summit only)
 
Mini Summit 11: Educating Health System Governing Boards about Potential of Value-based Payments to Improve Outcomes, Efficiency and Population Health
4:15 p.m. Welcome, Introduction, Discussions and Q&A
Karen Wolk Feinstein, PhD
President and Chief Executive Officer, Jewish Healthcare Foundation, Pittsburgh Regional Health Initiative and Health Careers Futures, Pittsburgh, PA
Richard Levy, PhD
Retired, Former Chief Executive Officer and Chairman, Varian Medical Systems; Past Chair, Sutter Health Board
Janet A. Liang
President, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. and Hospitals, Kaiser Permanente Northern California, Oakland, CA
Elizabeth Mitchell
President and Chief Executive Officer, Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement; Vice Chair, Physician-Focused Payment Model Technical Advisory Committee, Portland, ME (Moderator)
5:30 p.m. Transition Break
 
Mini Summit 12: CAPG Compendium of Alternative Payment Models: 14 Case Studies on how our Physician Organization Members are Paid in Medicare, Medicaid and Commercial Arrangements and How those Groups then Pay Individual Physicians Downstream
4:15 p.m. Welcome, Introduction, Discussions and Q&A
Dr. Anas Daghestani
President and Chief Executive Officer, Austin Regional Clinic, Austin, TX
Fiona Wilson, MD
Senior Vice President and Chief of Clinical Transformation, Brown & Toland Physicians, San Francisco, CA
Bill Wulf, MD
Chief Executive Officer, Central Ohio Primary Care, Westerville, OH
Mara McDermott, JD
Vice President of Federal Affairs, CAPG, the Voice of Accountable Physician Groups, Washington, DC (Moderator)
5:30 p.m. Adjournment and Networking Reception
 
Mini Summit 13: Innovative Payment Reform for Rural Hospitals
4:15 p.m. Welcome, Introduction, Discussions and Q&A
Donna Kinzer
Executive Director, Maryland Health Services Cost Review Commission, Santa Fe, NM
Jacqueline Barton True, MSW, MPH
Director, Rural Health Programs, Washington State Hospital Association, Seattle, WA
Harold D. Miller
President and Chief Executive Officer, Center for Healthcare Quality and Payment Reform; Adjunct Professor, Carnegie Mellon University; Member, Physician-Focused Payment Model Technical Advisory Committee, Pittsburgh, PA (Moderator)
5:30 p.m. Adjournment and Networking Reception
 
Mini Summit 14: Creating Value with Providers Across Commercial, Government Programs and Retail: What are the Constants, and What are the Differences
4:15 p.m. Welcome, Introduction, Discussions and Q&A
H. Scott Sarran, MD, MM
Chief Medical Officer, Government Programs, Health Care Service Corp; Former Vice President and Medical Director, University of Chicago Health System, Chicago, IL
5:30 p.m. Adjournment and Networking Reception
 
Mini Summit 15: Daily Patient-generated Data: Reduce Risk and Improve Outcomes
4:15 p.m. Welcome, Introduction, Discussions and Q&A
Tim Hernandez, MD
ACO Medical Director, Community Health Network ACO; Clinical Practice Director, Entira Family Clinics; Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine, Department of Family Practice, University of Minnesota, West Saint Paul, MN
Randy Williams, MD
Chief Executive Officer, Pharos Innovations, Des Plaines, IL
5:30 p.m. Adjournment and Networking Reception






Agenda: Pay for Performance Summit: Day II
Friday, March 10, 2017
7:30 a.m. Continental Breakfast
 
CLOSING PLENARY SESSION
8:00 a.m. Welcome and Introductions
Harold D. Miller
President and Chief Executive Officer, Center for Healthcare Quality and Payment Reform; Adjunct Professor, Carnegie Mellon University; Member, Physician-Focused Payment Model Technical Advisory Committee, Pittsburgh, PA (Co chair)
Elizabeth Mitchell
President and Chief Executive Officer, Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement; Vice Chair, Physician-Focused Payment Model Technical Advisory Committee, Portland, ME (Co chair)
8:15 a.m. Keynote: Federal Initiatives in Value-based Payments
Patrick Conway, MD, MSc
CMS Acting Administrator and Deputy Administrator for Innovation and Quality, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Washington DC (via WebEx)
9:15 a.m. The Role of Health Insurance Exchanges in Value-based Payment Innovation and Implementation
Peter V. Lee, JD
Executive Director, Covered California; Former Deputy Director, Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services; Former Chief Executive Officer, Pacific Business Group on Health (PBGH), San Francisco, CA
9:45 a.m. Findings from Stanford National Study of Characteristics of Clinical Teams Attaining High National Ranking on Both Quality Measures and Very Low Total Cost of Care
Arnold Milstein, MPH, MD
Clinical Excellence Research Center Director and Professor of Medicine, Stanford University Center for Advanced Study of the Behavioral Sciences; Chief Medical Officer, Pacific Business Group on Health; Former National Health Care Thought Leader, William Mercer, San Francisco, CA
10:15 a.m. Transition Break
10:30 a.m. National Best Practices in Hospital and Health Systems Value-based Payment Innovation and Implementation
Joseph F. Damore, FACHE
Vice President, Population Health Management, Premier Inc, Washington, DC
11:00 a.m. Building Clinical Ties between Hospitals and Physicians
Mary Bittner, DNP, MPA, RN, CENP
Vice President of Clinical Development, Caravan Health, Sacramento, CA
Gary Greensweig, DO
Vice President and Chief Physician Executive for Physician Integration, Dignity Health; Former Chief Medical Officer, Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital, San Francisco, CA
Charles D. Kennedy, MD, MBA
Chief Population Health Officer, Healthagen LLC; Former Head of Aetna Aligned Care Solutions, Aetna Inc.; Former Chief Executive Officer of Accountable Care Solutions, Aetna Inc., Simi Valley, CA
Walter Kopp, MSHA
President, Medical Management Services, Inc.; Former Chief Operating Officer, California Pacific Medical Center Physicians Foundation; Former Chief Operating Officer, Sutter Pacific Medical Foundation; Former Interim Executive Director, Alta Bates Medical Group, San Francisco, CA (Moderator)
11:45 a.m.

The Future of Pay for Performance and Value-based Payment

Stephen M. Shortell, PhD, MBA, MPH
Blue Cross of California Distinguished Professor of Health Policy and Management, Dean Emeritus, School of Public Health, University of California Berkeley, Berkeley, CA
12:15 p.m. Adjournment

 

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