Thursday, October 22, 2015
8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
How 140 Characters Are Changing Health Care
Swanson, MD, Executive Director of Digital Health, Seattle Children's Hospital,
Clinical Instructor, Department of Pediatrics, University of Washington,
Pediatrician, The Everett Clinic, and Author, SeattleMamaDoc blog and MamaDoc
Dr. Swanson is a pioneer in the use of social media in health
care, unlocking its potential to engage patients/consumers in novel ways. She is
on the board of advisors for the Mayo Clinic Center for Social Media and writes
the popular blog SeattleMamaDoc. In this session, Dr. Swanson will share her
thoughts on the pros and cons of current advances in social technology as well
as how patients are increasingly involved in their own care and how that will
impact healthcare providers going forward.
A New Way to Pay
Patrick Conway, MD, MSc, Deputy
Administrator for Innovation & Quality and Chief Medical Officer, Centers for
Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)
Drawing on his experience as the
former CMO at the Department of Health and Human Services, and as the current
lead for the Center for Clinical Standards and Quality (CCSQ) and the Center for
Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) at CMS, Dr. Conway will discuss how CMS
and other government agencies are exploring innovative payment models that
incentivize value and improve the patient’s experience and outcomes while
lowering total costs.
Friday, October 23, 2015
9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
Innovative Models for Today’s Consumer
Assistant Vice President of Government Affairs, National Health Council
Christine Hunter, MD, Chief Medical Officer, US Office of Personnel Management
Karen Staniforth, Chief Operating Officer, Health Dialog, and
President, Heritage Medical Systems
It's not enough to just be better
than the competition down the road. Today’s consumers don’t look at products or
services in a vacuum. They expect the same level of customer service from their
healthcare provider as they would from the Ritz Carlton, USAA, or Starbucks.
They expect to be seen on their schedule, not their providers’, and they expect
the same level of connectivity as they would Amazon.com or US Airways. So, how
are we as healthcare providers going to meet the increasing demand for
patient-centered health care while still preserving quality outcomes at lower
costs? This session provides perspectives from a diverse group of stakeholders
representing employers, retail pharmacies, and provider organizations, who will
showcase innovative care models that are meeting the demands of today’s
10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Embracing the New Future of Care Delivery
Nesse, MD, Senior Director for Policy and Payment Reform, Mayo Clinic Health
Reflecting on the learnings from IQL15, Dr. Nesse will discuss
the future of health care and the opportunities to meet the needs of our
patients as we adapt to the rapid changes in care and payment models based on
value and outcomes.
12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Population Health: Is It the Secret Sauce?
David Nash, MD, MBA, Founding Dean, Jefferson School of Population Health
Brian Silverstein, MD, President, HC Wisdom and Member, OSF Healthcare System
Board of Directors
This intensive seminar will focus on
understanding the strategic aspects of population health and how to build and
deliver a successful population health program. In the first part of the course,
attendees will learn how the current delivery system has created the critical
need for new approaches, the best definitions for population health, the
linkages with healthcare reform, and how these initiatives will play out in the
In the second part of the
course, attendees will be able to assess key market characteristics and drivers
that form the foundation for successful program creation. Best practice models
and an operational framework will be provided that will help attendees build or
further refine their care delivery systems.
By the end of this course,
leaders will be able to make smarter decisions about alignment and deployment of
strategic resources for their organization. This session is designed for
physician or administrative leaders responsible for organizing the delivery of
health care. These leaders may be new to the concepts of population health, or
seasoned veterans looking for additional insights. Care teams are encouraged to
with David B. Nash, MD, MBA: Game Changes for Population Health
Managed Care interview with
Dr. Nash on bundled payments, big data, and advances in personalized medicine
The Population Health Mandate: A Broader Approach to Care Delivery
David B. Nash, MD, MBA
In this special section of the BoardRoom Press,
published by The Governance Institute, Dr. Nash offers guidance on population
health for board members, senior executives, and physician leaders.
Population Health Matters
An interview with Dr. David Nash from The Source