INTERACTIVE BREAKOUT DISCUSSION GROUPS

Monday, May 14

4:15 Interactive Breakout Discussion Groups

Concurrent breakout discussion groups are interactive, guided discussions hosted by a facilitator or set of co-facilitators to discuss some of the key issues presented earlier in the day’s sessions. Delegates will join a table of interest and become an active part of the discussion at hand. To get the most out of this interactive session and format, please come prepared to share examples from your work, vet some ideas with your peers, be a part of group interrogation and problem solving, and, most importantly, participate in active idea-sharing.

TABLE 1: Utilizing Predictive Analytics, Risk Scores and Predictive Models: What Tools and Models Are Working?

Moderators: Haley Bolton, Senior Manager, Regulatory Strategy and Value Management, Emory Healthcare

Gowtham Rao, MD, PhD, Chief Medical Informatics Officer, BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina

Michael Liebman, PhD, Managing Director, IPQ Analytics

Michael Lee, MD, MBA, Medical Director, Children’s Hospital Integrated Care Organization, Boston Children’s Hospital

Leonard D'Avolio, PhD, Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School; CEO, Cyft

Uli Chettipally, MD, CTO, CREST Network, Kaiser Permanente

  • How are data from disparate sources being incorporated into predictive models in an integrative fashion?
  • What non-traditional types of data are being utilized in predictive models, and which are proving to hold the most promise in identification/stratification for care management intervention?
  • Based on modeling the complexity of the system, what is the data that should be integrated and what is its potential relationship and value to the analysis/prediction?
  • Are traditional approaches to development of predictive algorithms being replaced with machine learning and AI, or do traditional methods continue to provide unique value? If so, what is that value?

TABLE 2: Care Coordination and Leveraging Social Determinants of Health (SDOH): How Are Organizations Deploying Care Management Resources?

Moderators: Jill Feldstein, COO, Penn Center for Community Health Workers, University of Pennsylvania Health System

Harry Saag, MD, Medical Director, Network Integration, NYU Langone Health

Simon Jones, PhD, Professor, Population Health, Healthcare Delivery Science, NYU Langone Health

Michael Ries, MD, MBA, Medical Director, Critical Care and eICU, Advocate Health Care

Jacob Kagan, MD, Chair, Behavioral Health Department, Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates, Atrius Health

Mahek Shah, MD, Senior Researcher and Senior Project Leader, Value Measurement For Healthcare Delivery, Harvard Business School

  • How to leverage Lifestyle Based Analytics (LBA) and identify and manage social determinants of health (SDOH) including housing, food, finances, transportation, personal safety, and environmental hazards to improve overall pop health management
  • How to identify patients with underlying behavioral health problems, and to stratify those patients by risk and treatment needs
  • Challenges of integrating Lifestyle Based Analytics (LBA) with traditional clinical markers

TABLE 3: Physician Engagement and Dashboards to Promote Pop Health Accountability

Moderators: Katie Sendze, MBA, Director, Client Services, HealthInfoNet

Dervilla McCann, MD, Chief of Population Health, ACO Medical Director, Central Maine Health Care

Stephanie Pratt, RN/BSN, Clinical Quality Consultant, DFD Russell Medical Centers

Michael Paris, Senior Director, Business Intelligence and Data Analytics, Banner Health

Nick van Terheyden, MD, CMO, BaseHealth

Matthew Burton, MD, Assistant Professor, Biomedical Informatics, Mayo Clinic; Vice President, Clinical Informatics, Apervita, Inc.

Erin Smith, JD, Director, Public Policy, Government Relations, Cardinal Health

  • Provider Dashboards: How to interface technology with workflows to drive outcomes; how to develop technological support of workflows that facilitate physician efficiency and effectiveness; what does the physician need?
  • What are possible organizational structures that support the use of analytics and population health?
  • What cultural, technical and process barriers must be overcome to facilitate sharing of CDS and analytics? What is the expected benefit from sharing CDS and analytics?

TABLE 4: Using Laboratory Data to Foster Clinical Decision Support and Care Coordination

Moderators: Tarush Kothari, MD, Physician Informaticist, Assistant Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Northwell Health

Gaurav Sharma, MD, Senior Staff Pathologist; Director, Regional Laboratory and POC Testing, Henry Ford Health System

Adam Powell, PhD, Lecturer, Health Informatics, Northeastern University

Jorge Rodriguez, MD, Clinical Informatics Fellow and Hospitalist, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Adam Ashton Kinion, Research Assistant, Health and Public Administration, Franklin University

  • How is laboratory data being used to drive clinical decision support systems today, and how might its use change in the future?
  • What role can laboratory data play in care coordination, and how can care coordinators make better use of it?
  • How is technology enabling us to unlock new benefits from old lab tests?

TABLE 5: Utilizing Telehealth & Virtual Health to Improve Patient Engagement, Care Coordination and Clinical Outcomes

Moderators: Brian Eastwood, Analyst, Chilmark Research

Kate Klefstad, Digital Health Service Line Manager, The Signal Center for Health Innovation, University of Iowa Health Ventures

Todd Smith, MD, Executive Medical Director and CMIO, East Region, Fairview Health Services/HealthEast

Scott Sarran, MD, CMO, Government Programs, Clinical Strategy, Health Care Service Corp

Jason Phibbs, CPXP, Director, Patient Experience, TriHealth

  • What are the social and psychological aspects of both patient and physician participation, interaction and acceptance with tech/telehealth, and will engagement improve with the expanded use of various modalities?
  • What will telehealth’s impact be on the relationship of the patient with their primary care provider? Does it matter?
  • How can you choose the most effective platforms and approaches to improve care coordination and delivery and then measure outcomes? Not all organizations have or can afford new systems, so what are best practices and what are the metrics?
  • How can the advantages and capabilities of telehealth be leveraged without further fragmenting care?
  • How can telehealth and virtual health improve Transition of Care (ToC) for High Impact Cases?

TABLE 6: Applying Behavioral Economics to Expand Patient and Provider Engagement

Moderators: John Minichiello, MBA, Executive Director, Integra Community Care Network ACO

Edgar Ross, MD, Senior Clinician, Anesthesia, Perioperative and Pain Medicine, Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School

Samuel Nordberg, PhD, Medical Director, Behavioral Health Informatics and Innovation, Atrius Health

Karen Horgan, MBA, President and Co-Founder, VAL Health

Janet O’Hollaren, COO, Northwest, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan and Hospitals

  • How can we apply behavioral economics to our practice to alter and improve both provider and patient behavior?
  • What are the real factors that impact behavior of a patient and of the physician (psychological, social, cultural, community support, education, socio-economic, etc.)?
  • How do organizations pilot innovative concepts and then scale to drive organization-wide change?
  • How much are physicians driven by “standard of care”, do no harm, CYA, reimbursement?

5:00 Welcome Reception in the Exhibit Hall with Exhibit Viewing