•  San Antonio, TX
    March 20-22, 2017

  • Seattle, WA
    May 8-10, 2017


  • Session Spotlights

    Baylor, Scott & White

    Baylor Scott and White has long been at the vanguard of the value movement. This keynote session will focus on the lessons the management team has learned as it paired its clinically integrated network with its health plan to develop innovative solutions for improving outcomes for patients and reducing the cost of health care for both public and private purchasers. 

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    Lessons From Covered California's Payment Innovations for the Commerci...

    As the leader of one of the most successful state marketplaces in the Country, Peter Lee has spurred payment innovation among its participating health plans. Mr. Lee will share his perspective on what Covered California’s experience suggests about the environmental and design factors that best support payment and delivery reforms and what innovations are likely to continue de...

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    What's Next for the "Volume to Value" Movement?

    With a new Administration, what is next for federally-driven health care reform? Dr. Berenson will offer an analysis of what may come for Medicare, the future of the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation, and prospects for alternative payment models across the system. 

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    State of APMs at the Federal Level

    As the new 115th Congress gets underway in January 2017, Rep. Burgess MD (R-TX) will provide his views on upcoming changes to the Affordable Care Act and what may lie ahead on efforts to advance reforms that reduce costs, increase patient control, expand choice, and promote cures. 

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Session 1

Date & Time (Central)

Sunday, November 09 to Monday, November 10 — 1:00  – 3:00 a.m

Speakers


Susan FramptonSusan Frampton, PhD, one of the leading voices in the patient-centered care movement, will impart five simple, but profoundly important, lessons that any organization endeavoring to deliver patient–centered care can use to accelerate efforts and improve outcomes. 

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Summary

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After This Session, You'll Be Able To:

 

  • Identify Lean management strategies and tools that will help drive improved revenue cycle and plan ahead for new changes such as ICD-10
  • Develop an organizational culture that engages employees and staff in Lean management strategies and transformation
  • Identify solutions from the financial side that strengthen the bottom line and improve the quality of care
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