AGENDA: DAY 2
TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 2019
DAY 2 MORNING PLENARY SESSION
Welcome and Introduction
Dean, Jefferson College of Population Health, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA (Chair)
Associate Dean, Academic and Student Affairs, Jefferson College of Population Health, Philadelphia, PA (Co-Chair)
Health 3.0: Addressing Health Beyond Healthcare
Professor of Population Health, Dell Medical School, The University of Texas at Austin; Former National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, Austin, TX
Care Guidance: Populations, Precision, and Possibilities
President, Hearst Health, San Francisco, CA
2019 Hearst Health Prize Presentation
President, Hearst Health, San Francisco, CA
Dean, Jefferson College of Population Health, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA
Networking Break in Exhibit Hall
Addressing Inequity in Women’s Health: A Public Health and Population Health Approach
President, Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Baltimore, MD
The New Value Investing: How Private Investors are Weighing in on Healthcare’s Value Movement
Chief Executive Officer, Agilon Health, Wellesley Hills, MA
President and Chief Executive Officer, Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health, Philadelphia, PA
Chief Executive Officer, Canton & Company, Baltimore, MD (Moderator)
Networking Lunch in Exhibit Hall
SPONSORED MINI SUMMITS 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
(Choose one Mini Summit only)
Mini Summit I: How to Design, Implement, and Sustain an Orthopedic Bundle
This session will discuss a collaborative approach to care that is focused on bringing doctors, hospitals and insurers together to improve quality and lower costs of care.
This session will highlight Rothman Institute’s bundled care payment model which encompasses an entire episode of care – ensuring that appropriate diagnostic tests are completed, that surgery is performed in the most appropriate setting, and that all post-operative care including therapy results in an optimal outcome. As a leader in orthopedic care, Rothman Institute is committed to providing the highest quality care to patients.
Director of Business Development, Rothman Orthopaedic Institute, Philadelphia, PA
Orthopedic Surgeon, Rothman Orthopaedic Institute, Philadelphia, PA
Director of Contracting, Rothman Orthopaedic Institute, Philadelphia, PA
Director of Quality Improvement, Rothman Orthopaedic Institute, Philadelphia, PA
Mini Summit II: Winning in Value-based Care: Market Trends and Real-world Examples of Population Health Collaborative Care Models
This session will explore real-world examples of new care management and population health collaborative care models to examine what’s working, what isn’t, and what the future may hold for improving the health of individuals and communities. To anchor this discussion, this session will dive deep into insights from Deloitte’s research with US physicians, US consumers, and health system CEOs to understand attitudes and adoption related to value-based care initiatives.
Panelists to be announced
Mini Summit III: Addressing the Barriers in Patient Engagement Programs
More than ever, care teams are looking for simple and easy ways to implement programs that increase patient engagement. Time and increased burden on staff are often the biggest deterrents in addressing patient engagement needs. This session will feature up to two approaches to patient engagement, both of which were designed to be easy and simple to use for both providers and patients. These were developed for patients with chronic care conditions, and for patients with cancer. Both support efforts to improve patient engagement as part of work to achieve the Quadruple Aim. Join us for an interactive discussion to learn from these simple and easy-to-use programs developed to drive patient engagement.
Chief Medical Officer, Precision for Value/Precision Advisors Buffalo, NY (Moderator)
Assistant Professor, University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, Baltimore, MD
Executive Director, Lake Health/University Hospitals Seidman Cancer Center, Mentor, OH
Mini Summit IV: Value-based Care Programs for Patients with Complex Chronic Conditions
Value-based Care programs are gradually transforming the delivery and payment for medical care. Nowhere is this more evident and more necessary than in the treatment of patients with complex chronic conditions, for whom recent advances in technology, data analytics and care coordination capabilities offer providers the tools to significantly improve health outcomes and reduce medical costs. Unlike fee-for-service arrangements, well-designed value-based care programs for these high cost patients can generate the funding necessary to drive better health outcomes.
Though there are significant tailwinds coming from both governmental and private payors supporting value-based care programs, navigating this transformation can be very challenging. This mini-summit will use the Fresenius Health Partners’ “full risk” programs for End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) patients as a case study in how to successfully structure and operate value-based care programs for patients with complex chronic conditions. With almost 50,000 Medicare (Fee-for-Service and Medicare Advantage) and Commercial ESRD patients currently participating in FHP’s “total cost of care” risk programs, representing over $4 billion of medical spend, FHP has a 5-year track record of generating improved outcomes and cost savings
FHP clinical and business leaders, together with physician leaders of the nephrology practices and health plans, will share their aspirations, experiences, learnings and best practices with the goal of providing strategies relevant to your organization’s journey along the value-based care continuum.
Vice President, Medical Director, Fresenius Health Partners, Former Chief Medical Officer, Privia Health, Former Senior Medical Director and President, Advanced Care Centers, Bravo Health, Austin, TX
North Carolina Nephrology Associates, Raleigh, NC
Medical Senior Director, National Medical Director, Network Performance Evaluation and Improvement, Cigna Healthcare, Hartford, CT
Metropolitan Nephrology Associates; Sr. Consultant to the CMO, Fresenius Kidney Care, Alexandria, VA
Metro Renal Associates, Consultant to Fresenius Kidney Care, Joint Venture Board Member, Washington DC
Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer, Fresenius Health Partners, Austin, TX
Senior Vice President, Business Development, Fresenius Health Partners, Waltham, MA
Mini Summit V: Innovative Models in Elder Care: A Population Health Perspective
As our society continues to address the increased costs of healthcare and the rapid acceleration of the aging population, health systems, seniors housing, post-acute providers, physicians and the government are increasingly leveraging more innovative and integrated approaches to care. This session will feature 2 discussions on innovative models of care for seniors.
This presentation focuses on how vertical integration of care is changing the way assisted living, post-acute and other consumer driven alternative sites of care offer solutions to issues facing the health sector related to cost, outcomes and social determinants.
Senior Vice President, Strategy, Welltower Inc., Baltimore, MD (Moderator)
President, HCR ManorCare, a division of ProMedica, Toledo, OH
Chief Clinical Officer, Sunrise Senior Living, McLean, VA
President and Chief Executive Officer, Johns Hopkins Home Care Group, Baltimore, MD
President of Social Determinants of Health, ProMedica, Toledo, OH
This discussion will present 3 innovative models that focus on chronic disease management, provision of non-medical supports and services for activities of daily living, and addressing social isolation as ways to improve outcomes and reduce health care costs for high need, high cost seniors.
Founder and Strategic Advisor, National Investment Center for Senior Housing & Care (NIC), Annapolis, MD (Moderator)
Founder and President, Juniper Communities, Bloomfield, NJ
President and Chief Executive Officer, The Kendal Corporation, Kennett Square, PA
Vice President and Medical Director of Program for All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE), Fallon Health, Andover, MA
WORKSHOP TRACKS 3:30 pm – 5:45 pm
(The Colloquium is offering one Workshop Track OR two Concurrent Sessions between 3:30 pm and 5:45 pm. When registering, please select EITHER one Workshop Track or two Concurrent Sessions.)
Workshop Track I: Managing Special Populations
Senior Vice President, Population Health, Oak Street Health, Chicago, IL
Vice President, Population Health, Oak Street Health, Chicago, IL
President and Chief Executive Officer, Woods Services, Inc., Langhorne, PA
Associate Dean, Strategic Development, Jefferson College of Population Health, Philadelphia, PA
Workshop Track II: Advancing Value-based Care
SVP for Healthcare Delivery Innovation, Thomas Jefferson University; Associate Dean for Strategic Health Initiatives, Sidney Kimmel Medical College; Professor and Vice Chair of Finance & Healthcare Enterprises, Department of Emergency Medicine, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA
Medical Director, Population Health, Cooper University Health Care, Camden, NJ
Senior Vice President, Quality and Operational Excellence, Cooper University Health Care, Camden, NJ
Chief Executive Officer, Creative HealthCare Initiatives; Former President and Chief Executive Officer, Temple Center for Population Health; Former Chief Medical Officer, Temple University Health System, Philadelphia, PA
Vice President, Advisory Services for Value Based Care, Optum, Washington, DC
Chief Medical Officer, Tandigm Health, Conshohocken, PA
Workshop Track III: Leveraging Technology and Accessing the Data
Director of Health and Research, Wellsource, Portland, OR
Chief Medical Officer, Berkshire Medical Center, Pittsfield, MA
Senior Director of Member Services and Chief Policy Officer, Healthshare Exchange, Philadelphia, PA
Chief Medical Information Officer, Healthshare Exchange; Lecturer, Jefferson College of Population Health, Philadelphia, PA
Associate Director and Consultant Ophthalmologist, L V Prasad Eye Institute, Hyderabad, Telangana, India
CONCURRENT SESSIONS A 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
The Colloquium is offering one Workshop Track OR two Concurrent Sessions between 3:30 pm and 5:45 pm. When registering, please select EITHER one Workshop Track or two Concurrent Sessions.
Concurrent Session I: Together2Goal Campaign: Population Health Lessons from AMGA Medical Groups and Integrated Delivery Networks Improving Care Delivery for Patients with Type 2 Diabetes
Assistant Director, Ambulatory Clinical Pharmacy Programs, Enterprise Pharmacy, Geisinger Health, Scranton, PA
Vice President of PMA Board of Directors and Chief Quality Officer, Premier Medical Associates, Monroeville, PA
Chief Medical Informatics Officer, AMGA (American Medical Group Association), Alexandria, VA
Chief Medical Officer, AMGA; President, AMGA Foundation, Alexandria, VA
Concurrent Session II: Population Genetics: A Provider Perspective
General Manager, Global Sales, DNAnexus, Wake Forest, NC
CONCURRENT SESSIONS B 4:45 pm – 5:45 pm
Concurrent Session III: Preparing 21st Century Physicians
Chair, Health Systems Science, Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine, Pasadena, CA
President and Dean, Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine; Executive Vice President and Chief Academic Officer, Geisinger, Scranton, PA
Founding Dean, College of Medicine; Vice-President for Medical Affairs, University of Houston, Houston, TX
Associate Dean, Academic and Student Affairs, Jefferson College of Population Health, Philadelphia, PA (Moderator)
Concurrent Session IV: Managing Cost through Functional Wellness for Older Adults in Senior Living
Director of FOX Optimal Living; Senior Director of QAPD, FOX Rehabilitation, Cherry Hill, NJ
Chief Quality Officer, FOX Rehabilitation, Cherry Hill, NJ
SPECIAL EVENING DINNER PROGRAM: “CELLS ARE THE NEW CURE: ADVANCES IN PRECISION MEDICINE”
Fee: $120. Includes reception, dinner and presentation/discussion
Seating is limited.
Join us for a world class reception and dinner program. Based on an international gathering at the Vatican, the program will focus on innovations in science, technology and medicine. Learn how advances in precision medicine are providing pathways to cures using human cells. Dr. Nash will moderate a discussion featuring award-winning journalists, physicians, patients and their advocates.
The dinner will be held at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, home to the iconic Gross Clinic painting by Thomas Eakins, considered one of the 19th Century’s greatest works of art. The painting shows famed surgeon Dr. Samuel Gross of Jefferson Medical College performing surgery to remove dead tissue. Revolutionary in its time, this procedure helped physicians understand how the body worked to heal itself.
Now, using live cells and 144 years later, we are once again exploring ways a body can heal itself! Join us as we discuss modern day advances to medicine and how precision medicine is emerging as the new revolutionary and groundbreaking treatment of the 21st century!
Journalist, News Producer, New York, NY
Emmy Award Winning Medical Correspondent, Philadelphia, PA
President and Chairman, Cura Foundation, New York, NY
Emmy Award-winning TV Journalist; Host, Executive Producer and Anchor, New York, NY
and Chasing Hope by Richard M. Cohen.