From major academic centers to small rural hospitals, healthcare institutions are moving away from fee-for-service to new payment models based on value. Join your peers and top industry experts at The Value Summit 2014 to develop your strategy for leading this transformation.
The Value Summit begins March 17-18th 2014 in Chicago with an intensive briefing on the forces disrupting the old healthcare business model and the emerging new paradigm. You draw on the insights of top consultants and industry leaders to create your strategy for addressing a critical institutional challenge.
Refine and test your ideas back home. Attend follow-up webinars and receive feedback from peers and session leaders. Share results at the Capstone Meeting during ANI: HFMA's National Institute in Las Vegas, June 22, 2014. Then, go home with a strategy to lead your organization through the profound shift from volume to value.
The Value Summit combines cutting-edge research from HFMA's Value Project, real-world practicality, and a matchless opportunity to learn from top healthcare strategists and innovators as you launch your organization on the journey to value.
Who should attend:
- Senior healthcare finance leaders
- Future C-suite leaders
- High-performing mid level leaders who are potential "change agents"
- Leaders charged with advancing clinical collaboration
What you get:
- An intensive, two-day briefing in on the key drivers of change plus tools and roadmaps for navigating the new terrain
- The opportunity to create and refine your own plan, with feedback from top experts and industry leaders
- Networking with peers to share and test ideas
- Three follow-up webinars
- Capstone Meeting at HFMA's ANI 2014: The National Institute
- Free admittance to ANI
- 27 CPEs — plus an additional 21 CPEs from ANI
- Certificate of Completion
Melinda Hancock, CPA, FHFMA
Partner with Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP
At Dixon Hughes Goodman (DHG), Melinda works with the Revenue Performance/Transformation and Capital Planning/Finance service lines and works specifically with next generation financial modeling and solutions. Prior to joining DHG this winter, she was the SVP and Chief Financial Officer of Bon Secours Virginia Health System, responsible for not only the local market but system-wide transformation and reform initiatives regarding finance. Ms. Hancock is the Secretary/Treasurer of the HFMA Board of Directors for the 2013-2014 term and has served on the HFMA National Advisory Group since its inception in 2010.
Chairman and CEO of McManis Consulting, a research and management consulting firm with offices in Denver, Washington, D.C., and Dallas
In his 25 years as a consultant, Keith has worked closely with health systems, medical groups, health plans, physician practice management companies, and healthcare industry associations, including HFMA, AHA, MGMA, University of Michigan Health System, UCSF, Duke Health, Providence Health and Services, Sutter Health, INTEGRIS, and Kaiser Permanente. He has co-authored six books and numerous articles on healthcare management and future directions. Mr. Moore has served as a consultant on Phases 2 and 3 of HFMA’s Value Project, which include examination of employer and payer strategies to improve value, organizational road maps for value, acquisition and affiliation strategies, physician strategies, and cost structure reconfiguration.
Ryan Thompson, MD, MPH
Director of the Continuous Care Initiative of the Massachusetts General Physicians Organization (MGPO), Associate Medical Director of the MGH Integrated Care Management Program at Massachusetts General Hospital and Partners HealthCare
General internist at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and Instructor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, Dr. Thompson currently serves as Director of the Continuous Care Initiative of the Massachusetts General Physicians Organization (MGPO), and as Associate Medical Director of the MGH Integrated Care Management Program for high-cost Medicare patients at Massachusetts General Hospital and Partners HealthCare. He directs or teaches several courses for residents and medical students on health policy and quality improvement. He earned his medical degree from the University of Utah and completed his internal medicine residency training at MGH, followed by a year as chief resident. Dr. Thompson was the first graduate of the MGPO Fellowship in Health Policy and Management, during which he earned a Masters of Public Health degree from Harvard.
Senior Director, Decision Support & Business Intelligence at Dignity Health in San Francisco
In addition to the traditional decision support functions of clinical cost accounting and resource utilization analysis, Steve is also responsible for developing and implementing enterprise business intelligence and reporting solutions for a variety of business functions including patient quality, clinical efficiency, finance, human resources, strategic planning, and business development. He partners with senior management to understand their unique information needs and then assembles the appropriate technical resources to deliver the necessary analytical tools and data. Mr. Zoner has over 30 years of experience in healthcare data analytics, including specific expertise in financial planning and budgeting, decision support systems implementations, and patient level clinical encounter analysis.
Accommodations & Registration
Summit Meeting Accommodations
March 17–18, 2014
Trump International Hotel & Tower
401 N. Wabash
Chicago, IL 60611
Rate: $255 single/double
Cut-off date: Feb. 14, 2014
Reservations: (877) 458-7867
Capstone Meeting & Accommodations
June 22, 2014
The Venetian and The Palazzo Hotel-Resort-Casino/Sands Expo Center
Value Summit Registration Deadline
March 13, 2014
Registration fee: $2,995
- Program materials
- March 17–18 Summit sessions
- Three webinars
- Individual advice and feedback from Summit leaders
- Networking with peers
- June 22 Capstone Meeting
- ANI Conference fee (a $1,505 value)
- Breakfast, lunch, and receptions
Does not cover lodging, travel, or dinners.