Advanced Care Summit/Convening – Improving the Health of a Population
Event on 2014-01-16 07:30:00
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[endif]–>Advanced Care Summit/Convening – Improving the Health of a Population
January 16, 2014
CareOregon 4th Floor Learning Commons
(315 Southwest 5th Avenue Portland, OR 97024)
Registration + Breakfast – 7:30am – 8:30am
Summit/Convening – 8:30am – 3pm
Breakfast + Lunch provided
Registration deadline: January 7th, 2014
As you may know, three Oregon Community Health Centers are piloting an alternative payment approach for primary care with another five to begin this Spring. This payment model will disassociates reimbursement from the face to face provider visit.
We are convening a group of powerful thinkers with years of experience to help shape an evolving model of care that capitalizes on this freedom from visit based payment. As we progress from the traditional medical model of primary care delivery to patient centered medical home, we continue to ask a critical question: Is there a more effective, efficient way of improving individual and population outcomes?
In combination with your esteemed colleagues, national and local innovative thinkers, expert facilitation, and pilot Oregon CHCs, we promise an invigorating, illuminating, discussion. Please join us!
We’re Going Live on Twitter
Whether you’re attending the summit in person or want to participate online, you can join us via Twitter. Use our summit hashtag – #advPCMH114 – on January 16 to follow the conversation and add your own comments.
Need a Twitter account? Signing up is easy. Questions? Contact BQuartarolo@orpca.org at OPCA.
Roger Chaufournier, MHSA, Chief Executive Officer, CSI Solutions
Arthur Jones, MD, Health Management Associates
Betsy Stapleton, RN, FNP, Lead Consumer Representative, Aligning Forces Humboldt
Craig Jones, MD, Director, Vermont Blueprint for Health
Edward H. Wagner, MD, MPH, Director (Emeritus) MacColl Center Senior Investigator, Group Health Research Institute
Katie Coleman, MSPH, Research Associate, Group Health Research Institute
Paul Kaye, MD, Vice President of Practice Transformation for Hudsons River HealthCare
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Thomas Bodenheimer MD, MPH, Professor, UCSF School of Medicine
Invited Guests (representing the following organizations including but not limited to):
Bureau of Primary Health Care-HRSA
Cambia Health Solutions
Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare
Degenfelder Consulting, Inc.
Kaiser NW (local + national)
Oregon Coordinated CareOrganizations
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Oregon Health Authority
Oregon State Board of Nursing
Oregon Society of Medical Assistants
Patient Advocate, OHSU Richmond
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[endif]–>Photographers and videographers will be present at the event to take photos and videos, which may be edited and used by OPCA in promotional or other materials. By attending the event, you acknowledge and agree that your image may be used by OPCA for this purpose.(see release form below)
- Advancing the triple aim now that payment is aligned with Patient Centered Medical Home
- Share innovation and evidence based practices occurring in Oregon + around the country
- Harvest best practices for an advanced care model of Patient Centered Medical Home
7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.
Registration + Breakfast
8:30 a.m. – 8:45 a.m.
- Review of the agenda
- Reflections from day 1; closed pre-summit event with APM phase 1 pilot sites
8:45- a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
Engaging the Patient
- Alternative visit types
- Role of technology
- Community partnerships
- Tailoring population based care; risk stratification
10:30 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.
10:45 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Organizing the Care Team
- Data management
- Care team structure
- Shifting the provide-patient relationship to an expanded team model
- The role of behavioral health, oral health, complementary therapies
- Engaging the medical neighborhood
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Lunch + informal networking
1:00 p.m.- 2:30 p.m.
- APM phase 1 pilot sites: lessons learned
- Key issues and challenges to be overcome
- Brainstorming solutions
- Future work needed
2:30 p.m. -3:00 p.m.
- Roadmap for collaboration in Oregon for next 24 months
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