Conference Agenda


2017 Putting Shared Principles into Practice
Conference Overview

OCTOBER 11th and 12th
THE WESTIN D.C. CITY CENTER 
1400 M St NW Washington, DC 20005

Tremendous innovation is occuring in the primary care environment prompted by visionary practice leaders with and without venture capital or philanthropic support; employers, unions, health plans and integrated delivery systems seeking to foster more value; and changes catalyzed by state and federal policymakers. This innovation spans care delivery, payment, benefit design, patient/family engagement and other strategies and is increasingly reliant on new technologies and sources of data.

Our annual conference will feature innovators within the context of the 2017 Shared Principles for Primary Care. Many of the seven Shared Principles – which augment and update the 2007 Joint Principles for the Primary Care Medical Home – are exemplified by the innovators who will be featured at the conference. In totality, the Shared Principles represent an aspirational vision that diverse stakeholders across the health care spectrum have defined as the desired future state for primary care.


2017 Putting Shared Principles into Practice Agenda is Subject to Change


Earn CME Credit for Attending

7.75 Prescribed credit(s) by the
American Academy of Family Physicians. 
 
 
Day 1
11 Oct 2017
13:00 - 13:30

Welcome & Opening Remarks

Ann Greiner
Ann Greiner

President & Chief Executive Officer, Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative

Jill Rubin Hummel
Jill Rubin Hummel

President & General Manager, Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield of Connecticut, Anthem, Inc.

13:30 - 14:00

Keynote: New Methods for Gleaning Patient Input

How can healthcare organizations obtain input from typical patients? Ms. Krug will discuss her efforts – including patient shark tanks – to glean advice from over 3,500 patients into the...
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Sarah Krüg
Sarah Krüg

Chief Executive Officer, Cancer 101

14:00 - 14:45

Re-inventing Primary Care via Practice Transformation and Payment Reform – What Works And What Can We Learn?

Different care delivery and payment models are presented, including patient- centered medical homes, direct primary care, ACOs, bundled payment, and other reforms. Where are we seeing success and what are...
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Clint Flanagan
Clint Flanagan

Founder & CEO, Nextera Healthcare

Amy Nguyen Howell
Amy Nguyen Howell

Chief Medical Officer, CAPG

Robert A. Berenson (Moderator)
Robert A. Berenson (Moderator)

Institute Fellow, Urban Institute

Laura Sessums
Laura Sessums

Director, Division of Advanced Primary Care, Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation

14:45 - 15:30

Technology and Data: How are they Transforming Primary Care Delivery, Payment and Patient/Family Engagement?

Mr. Mansueto will provide an overview of how technology and data are transforming primary care delivery, payment and engagement of clinicians with patients and families. Following his presentation, there will...
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Guy Mansueto
Guy Mansueto

Vice President, Portfolio Marketing - Watson Health - ‎IBM

3:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Networking Break

16:00 - 16:45

Labor & Management: Strange Bedfellows with a Common Cause

How can partnerships between employers and unions transform care? What is generalizable and unique about these arrangements?
Kevin Kelleher
Kevin Kelleher

New Jersey Education Association

Jennifer Duffy
Jennifer Duffy

Former Chair School Employees Health Benefit Plan Design Committee; Appointments Director, Governor Chris Christie

Mark Blum (Moderator)
Mark Blum (Moderator)

Executive Director of America's Agenda

16:45 - 17:30

Convenient Care – Patient-Centered and Sometimes Disruptive

How can organizations understand and meet patient needs for care that is available when and where they need it? What are the implications for bricks and mortar practices and relationships?
Tine Hansen-Turton
Tine Hansen-Turton

President and CEO, Woods Services

Michael Brown
Michael Brown

Mosaic Life Care

Dave Hebert (Moderator)
Dave Hebert (Moderator)

Chief Executive Office, AANP

Angela Patterson
Angela Patterson

Chief Nurse Practitioner, CVS

18:00 - 19:00

Awards Dinner Cocktail Reception

Enjoy cocktails and networking at this pre-dinner cocktail reception, open to all attendees of the Barbara Starfield Awards Dinner
19:00 - 21:00

Barbara Starfield Awards Dinner – Ticketed Only Event

See our Awards Dinner Page for more details (ticket required to attend).
Day 2
12 Oct 2017
7:00 am - 7:30 am

Attendee Breakfast

7:30 - 8:00

Care Coordination & Health Integration: Now More Than Ever

People living with multiple chronic conditions are on the rise, behavioral and substance abuse issues, including opiates continue to mount,  settings where care is delivered are expanding, new payment models are...
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Baligh Yehia
Baligh Yehia

Senior Medical Director at Johns Hopkins Medicine

8:00 - 8:30

Second Keynote: What Can and Should Purchasers Do to Promote Primary Care?

Covered California has used its clout as a purchaser for 1.4 million covered lives to advance primary care through its contracted plans via benefit design, a primary care provider for...
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Peter Lee
Peter Lee

Executive Director, Covered California

8:30 - 9:15

Other State and National Strategies to Advance Primary Care

Other strategies to elevate primary care will be discussed and debated, including value-based insurance design and a focus on the part of states to leverage either regulations or legislation to...
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Evan Saulino
Evan Saulino

Evan Saulino, Providence Medical Group

Mark Fendrick
Mark Fendrick

Mark Fendrick, Executive Director, VBID Center

Brian Marcotte (Moderator)
Brian Marcotte (Moderator)

President & CEO, National Business Group on Health

9:15 - 10:15

What will it Take to Integrate Population Health into Primary Care?

The panelists will reflect on strategies for ways that population health and primary care can be integrated and scaled. Supported by CMS, these strategies include efforts at the metro level,...
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Sonia Sarkar
Sonia Sarkar

Chief Policy and Engagement Officer, Baltimore City Health Department

Beth Tanzman
Beth Tanzman

Executive Director, Vermont Blueprint for Health

Somava Stout
Somava Stout

IHI Executive Lead for 100 Million Healthier Lives

Lisa Letourneau (Moderator)
Lisa Letourneau (Moderator)

Former Executive Director, Quality Counts

10:15 am - 10:45 am

Networking Break

10:45 - 11:15

What Can We Learn from Social Movements to Advance Primary Care?

Morris Singer began his career as an advocate for gay rights and brought that experience to his residency where he successfully led an effort to improve primary care programming at...
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Andrew Morris-Singer
Andrew Morris-Singer

President & Founder, Primary Care Progress

11:15 - 11:45

Identifying the Highest Leverage Primary Care Initiatives

In this interactive session, conference participants will identify the highest leverage policy and advocacy strategies to advance primary care as envisioned in the 2017 Shared Principles and reflected in the...
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Daniel Wolfson (Facilitator)
Daniel Wolfson (Facilitator)

Executive Vice President & COO, ABIM Foundation

11:45 - 12:15

Innovation Review and Implications for Policy

Dr. Remley will review the key themes that emerged from the conference and the implications for policy. This session will build on the previous crowdsourcing session.
Karen Remley
Karen Remley

CEO, American Academy of Pediatrics

12:15 pm - 1:00 pm

Lunch

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