CONFERENCE TRACK #2: MAY 14-15, 2018

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Final Agenda

Monday, May 14

Keynote Session:
Current State of Pop Health: Perspectives from a Payer, Administrator, and Provider Medicine

7:00 am Registration & Morning Coffee

8:00 Organizer’s Welcome and Chairperson’s Welcoming Remarks

Micah_LiebermanMicah Lieberman, Executive Director, Conferences, Cambridge Healthtech Institute (CHI)


8:05 Chairperson’s Remarks

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


8:10 Using Analytics to Predict Outcomes, Target High-Risk Populations and Improve Quality

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


8:40 Considering Care Delivery Transformation and Strategy Within an ACO

Scott BerkowitzScott Berkowitz, MD, MBA, Senior Medical Director, Accountable Care, Office of Johns Hopkins Physicians


9:10 Breakthroughs with Neural Networks and AI: Predictive Modeling Comes Alive

Randall MooreFatima Paruk, MD, CMO, Analytics, Allscripts


9:40 INTERACTIVE PANEL: Integrating Data and Predictive Analytics into Pop Health to Enable Value-Based Care

Moderator:

Joe KimuraJoe Kimura, MD, MPH, CMO, Atrius Health


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


Randall MooreFatima Paruk, MD, CMO, Analytics, Allscripts


Scott BerkowitzScott Berkowitz, MD, MBA, Senior Medical Director, Accountable Care, Office of Johns Hopkins Physicians


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


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10:10 Coffee Break with Exhibit Viewing

Operationalizing Novel Population Health Strategies

10:55 Chairperson’s Remarks

Scott_TornekScott Tornek, MBA, Chief Strategy Officer, Penn Center for Community Health Workers


11:00 CO-PRESENTATION: How Analytics Can Improve Referral Capture Rate and Increase Revenue for Your Organization

Mike HebertMike Hebert, RN, MBA, Senior Director, Care Management, Utilization Management and Geriatrics Care Management, Reliant Medical Group


Jamie LeehyJamie Leehy, Director, Population Health Analytics and Provider Compensation, Reliant Medical Group


In today’s healthcare environment many organizations find themselves operating in a hybrid model of capitated and fee-for-service patient volume. The importance of ensuring patients receive available care within those organizations continues to grow. The challenge is knowing what patients are receiving care within/outside of the organization as to allow for improvement in referral flow patterns. This talk will focus on the importance of capturing referral pattern information and how it has been successfully applied to improve existing workflows, add new patient pathways to be able to receive care from within the organization and optimize the ability to reduce outside referral thus reducing outside medical expense and capitalizing on potential revenue.

11:30 The Journey of a Winning Collaboration between an ACO and an IT Vendor

David SwieskowskiDavid Swieskowski, MD, MBA, Senior Vice President and Chief Accountable Care Officer, Mercy Health Network ACO, Iowa

In value-based driven healthcare, the needs of an organization have become dynamic, and it is crucial they opt for an IT model that is different than a “turnkey solution,”- a “build-operate-reiterate” model that allows: 1. Embedding care coordination in the same platform as that of the data warehouse, 2. Identifying the high-cost drivers, 3. Optimizing the network performance, 4. Measuring the efficiency of all care operations.

12:00 pm Sponsored Presentation (Opportunity Available)

12:15 INTERACTIVE PANEL: How Providers Can Achieve Real ROI from Patient Engagement Initiatives

Moderator:

Brian EastwoodBrian Eastwood, Analyst, Chilmark Research


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


Jason PhibbsJason Phibbs, CPXP, Director, Patient Experience, TriHealth

 

 

 

Cindy_WelshCindy Welsh, MBA, RN, Vice President, Adult Critical Care and Medical Professional Affairs, Advocate Health Care

Much of today’s patient engagement focuses on regulatory requirements such as reducing readmissions or improving quality scores. How can provider organizations move beyond engagement initiatives driven by compliance and provide more meaningful engagements that achieve ROI but also improve patient outcomes? This short panel will discuss the following:

  • How can providers partner with payers and employers to create less disparate engagement initiatives, especially under value-based contracts?
  • What are the technical and operational challenges to starting these initiatives, as well as aligning them with existing technologies and clinical workflows?
  • What types of engagement initiatives will give providers both financial and clinical ROI?

12:45 Luncheon Presentation (Sponsorship Opportunity Available) or Enjoy Lunch on Your Own

1:30 Session Break

Improving Care-Delivery in Inpatient and Outpatient Settings: Digital Tools and Data to Improve Decisions and Care in Resource-Constrained Environments

2:05 Chairperson’s Remarks

Jason PhibbsJason Phibbs, CPXP, Director, Patient Experience, TriHealth


2:10 Virtual Hospitalist Service: Using Digital Health Tools to Innovate Rural Health Care

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

Rural hospitals are struggling to keep patients in their communities, attract physicians to practice, and stay financially viable. At the same time, large academic medical centers operate at maximum census. The University of Iowa Virtual Hospitalist Service uses digital health tools to bridge the gap, bringing high quality academic care to rural communities, increasing revenue for local hospitals by keeping patients in their communities, and improving patient and provider satisfaction.

2:40 CO-PRESENTATION: Leveraging Laboratory Data to Bridge the Clinical Decision Support Divide and Improve Care Coordination

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


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


This session will showcase examples of integrated clinical care studies utilizing laboratory data in integrated health system settings. We show how laboratory data when normalized, aggregated and analyzed provides tremendous utility for improving care-delivery in inpatient and outpatient settings. Laboratory data can also play a critical role in utilization management, analyzing population health trends, real-time analytics for care management, tracking pay-for-performance measures and closure of care gaps.

Modus Health3:10 StepWatch™ Daily Steps as an Indicator for Recovery to Support Value-Based Care in an Inpatient and Outpatient Setting

Teri_ChouTeri Chou, PhD, CEO, Modus Health LLC

Over 100 products exist that measure walking. It is well known that the accuracy of these products varies widely from consumer products such as Fitbit™ to medical devices such as StepWatch™. Accuracy is a prerequisite to clinically relevant outcomes. StepWatch’s mean daily steps reduced odds of readmission by 10% with each 100-step daily increase. StepWatch4™ is being developed to increase patient walking for improved health and profitable hospital ROI.

3:40 Refreshment Break with Exhibit Viewing

Interactive Breakout Discussion Groups

4:10 Find Your Table and Meet Your Moderator

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 BoltonHaley Bolton, Senior Manager, Regulatory Strategy and Value Management, Emory Healthcare


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


Michael LiebmanMichael Liebman, PhD, Managing Director, IPQ Analytics


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


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


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


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

Moderators:

Scott_TornekScott Tornek, MBA, Chief Strategy Officer, Penn Center for Community Health Workers


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


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


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


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


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


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

Moderators:

Katie SendzeKatie Sendze, MBA, Director, Client Services, HealthInfoNet


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

 


Michael ParisMichael Parris, Vice President, Data Integration and Analysis, Texas Health Resources


Nick van TerheydenNick van Terheyden, MD, CMO, BaseHealth


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



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

Moderators:

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


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


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


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

 

 



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

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


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

Moderators:

Brian EastwoodBrian Eastwood, Analyst, Chilmark Research


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


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

 


Jason PhibbsJason Phibbs, CPXP, Director, Patient Experience, TriHealth


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

Moderators:

John MinichielloJohn Minichiello, MBA, Executive Director, Integra Community Care Network ACO


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


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


Georgia_BuckGeorgia Buck, Vice President, VAL Health



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5:00 Welcome Reception with Exhibit Viewing

6:00 End of Day One

Tuesday, May 15

Keynote Session:
The Future of Pop Health and Care Delivery in a Value-Based World

7:00 am Registration & Morning Coffee

8:00 Organizer’s Welcome and Chairperson’s Welcoming Remarks

Micah_LiebermanMicah Lieberman, Executive Director, Conferences, Cambridge Healthtech Institute (CHI)


8:05 Chairperson’s Remarks

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


8:10 Back to the Future: Changing Care Delivery through New Models of Care Delivery

Paul_DiCapuaPaul Di Capua, MD, MBA, Regional Medical Officer, CareMore Health System/Anthem


8:40 Population Health Management in the Primary Care Setting: Integrating IT Solutions to Address Patient Needs and Provider Workflow

Steven AtlasSteven Atlas, MD, MPH, Associate Professor, Medicine, Harvard Medical School, Director, Practice-Based Research & Quality Improvement, Massachusetts General Hospital


9:10 Initiatives in Women's Health Innovation: Reduce Readmissions and Avoidable ED/OR Utilization, Improve Continuity and Access

Katy MahrajKaty Mahraj, Director of Innovation, Women's Health, Center for Health Care Innovation & Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Penn Medicine


9:40 INTERACTIVE PANEL: Integrating Data and Predictive Analytics into Pop Health to Enable Value-Based Care

Dominique Morgan-SolomonDominique Morgan-Solomon, President, Morgan-Solomon Consulting, Population Health Subject Matter Expert, Merck


Alan JonesAlan Jones, Strategy & Network Development Director, Sutter Health


Steven AtlasSteven Atlas, MD, MPH, Associate Professor, Medicine, Harvard Medical School, Director, Practice-Based Research & Quality Improvement, Massachusetts General Hospital


Paul_DiCapuaPaul Di Capua, MD, MBA, Regional Medical Officer, CareMore Health System/Anthem



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


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10:10 Coffee Break with Exhibit Viewing

Improving Health in a Value-Based World through Clinical Redesign, Physician Engagement, Community Health

10:55 Chairperson’s Remarks

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


11:00 Improving Health through Effective, Sustainable Community Health Worker Programs

Scott_TornekScott Tornek, MBA, Chief Strategy Officer, Penn Center for Community Health Workers

Though health care professionals at hospitals work tirelessly to help patients get and stay healthy, some patients struggle with real-life challenges, such as job pressures, difficulty paying for medications, hunger or trauma, which can affect their health. To address these issues, University of Pennsylvania Health System researchers partnered with Philadelphia community members and health system leadership to develop IMPaCT—Individualized Management for Patient-Centered Targets—an evidence-based, nationally recognized model for community health worker (CHW) hiring, training, evaluation, and patient care.

11:30 Academic Detailing: Engaging Front-Line Clinicians in Value-Based Care

Michael FischerMichael Fischer, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of Pharmacoepidemiology and Pharmacoeconomics, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School

Clinicians seeking to provide value-based care to patients need to understand the framework of value-based care and recognize and implement relevant changes in their practice. Most practitioners, however, were not educated in the concepts of value-based care or comparative effectiveness research and are unlikely to develop such an understanding independently. Academic detailing is a research-proven method of direct outreach education to front-line clinicians that can successfully assess clinicians’ practice patterns and needs, convey new and relevant information, and motivate improvements in both processes of care and patient outcomes. This presentation will explain how organizations seeking to improve population health can include academic detailing as a clinician-directed strategy.

12:00 pm CO-PRESENTATION: Using Behavioral Economics to Engage Both High and Low Risk Patients

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


Albert ChanAlbert Chan, MD, Chief of Digital Patient Experience, Sutter Health


Sandeep KishoreSandeep Kishore, MD, PhD, Associate Director, Arnhold Institute for Global Health, Icahn School of Medicine, Mount Sinai Health


Capturing and keeping patients’ attention is challenging enough at the doctor’s office, and, often, nearly impossible to accomplish between visits. Patient engagement strategies founded on innovative behavioral economics principles can activate both high need patients and the general population during and between provider visits. This session will introduce core behavioral economics science and showcase case studies from two leading hospital systems, Sutter Health and Mount Sinai Health System.

12:30 Sponsored Presentation (Opportunity Available)

12:45 Luncheon Presentation (Sponsorship Opportunity Available) or Enjoy Lunch on Your Own

1:30 Networking Coffee and Dessert

Tele/Virtual-Med: Combining Established and New Tech, Hi-Touch and Analytics to Impact Clinical Objectives

2:00 Chairperson’s Remarks

David ClaudDavid Claud, MD, PhD, CMO, Activate Healthcare


2:05 CO-PRESENTATION: The Application of Tele-ICU to Ventilator Liberation: A Clinical and Financial Success

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


Cindy_WelshCindy Welsh, MBA, RN, Vice President, Adult Critical Care and Medical Professional Affairs, Advocate Health Care


An unexpected realization was the application of tele-ICU to population management which enabled a more standardized application of evidence-based medicine across the continuum of critical care patients. It is an example of how technology can be integrated into a clinical process and result in significant clinical and financial benefits. It is not the technology that makes a difference in health care, but how you use the technology that matters.

2:35 ANGELS (Antenatal and Neonatal Guidelines, Education and Learning System): Redesigning Obstetrical Care for Population Health Improvement through Telemedicine

Curtis LoweryCurtis Lowery, MD, Chair, Obstetrics & Gynecology, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS)

Arkansans struggle with rurality, poverty, health disparities, poor healthcare access, and worse-than-average infant mortality. Since 2003, rural Arkansan women have been able to access needed care through ANGELS, a high-risk obstetrical telemedicine program that connects urban specialists with rural providers and patients for clinical consultation and education. This novel population health program utilizes methods such as care coordination and improvements to transitions of care that have contributed to benefits such as an increased rate of deliveries occurring in NICU-equipped hospitals, earlier diagnosis of potential pregnancy and fetal complications, a decrease in postpartum complications in Medicaid deliveries, and improvements in neonatal mortality.

3:05 Better Measurement + Better Experiences = Better Medicine

Mahek_Shah

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

No new drugs, devices, or technology needs to be invented to deliver more value from our health care system, improve outcomes and lower costs. We just need to redesign our health care system around the patient, measure our outcomes and costs, and pay for value delivered. This strategic framework will guide your organization on a path to unlock more value, show which outcomes to measure, and how to better understand your true costs of care. This is our path forward, our true north for the health care delivery system.

3:35 CO-PRESENTATION: How Remote Education and Analytics Combine to Impact Clinical Objectives

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


Bill LindsayBill Lindsay, Executive Vice President, UbiCare


This presentation will share the results of a study by HealthEast Orthopedics and explain how the health system implemented a targeted and automated educational technology to shorten length of stay, reduce day of surgery cancellations, lower readmission rates and increase discharge to home among patients undergoing total joint replacement. A disconnect exists in healthcare from the point of diagnosis at a physician's office to an inpatient stay at the hospital through discharge to home or a rehab facility. Yet, as hospitals and health systems are charged with controlling costs and outcomes throughout the care episode, it is critical that they bridge those gaps by reaching out to patients remotely in a consistent, educational and automated way.

4:05 Closing Remarks

4:10 Close of Bridge to Pop Health EAST

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