Sixteenth Annual Future Care Web Summit 2018

      
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Sixteenth Annual Future Care Web Summit - 2018
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Overview
 
What are the key healthcare business issues for 2018 that will impact you and your organization, and how can you best position for them? The Sixteenth Annual Future Care Web Summit addresses key trends and also focuses on several important cutting-edge healthcare business topics.

Trine Tsouderos and Jason Ranville of PwC's Health Research Institute will lead off the live 90 minute webinar expanding upon PwC insights and research involving the top health industry issues of 2018.  Trine and Jason will discuss how healthcare leaders will be adjusting their strategies to focus on investments, collaborations and efficiencies that build enterprise resilience on a baseline of continued uncertainty.

With all the continued upheaval disrupting the 2018 healthcare environment, hear noted national healthcare expert speaker Mark Lutes, the Chair of Epstein Becker Green, discussing the healthcare legal, regulatory and policy landscape for 2018.

Value-based care is placed squarely in the center of significant stakeholder attention, and the Future Care Live Webinar also features BDC Advisors' national thought leader David Fairchild, MD, MPH discussing value based care transformation trends for 2018.

What's more, the Future Care Web Summit offer three on-demand video faculty sessions covering topics including population health through physician engagement, developing predictive analytics at a healthcare organization; and reference based pricing research.

Position yourself for 2018 by attending the Sixteenth Annual Future Care Web Summit. The event includes a featured 90 minute live webinar, three additional faculty on-demand video sessions plus supplemental features addressing key business trends and issues for 2018 and beyond.
 
Webinar Agenda
Thursday, January 25, 2018
1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Eastern (10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Pacific)
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  • 1:00 pm - 1:30 pm  Top Health Industry Issues of 2018 - Trine Tsouderos, Director; and Jason Ranville, Senior Manager; PwC Health Research Institute
  • 1:30 pm - 2:00 pm  The Legal, Regulatory and Policy Landscape for 2018 - by Mark E. Lutes, Chair, Board of Directors; Member of the Firm, Epstein Becker Green   
  • 2:00 pm - 2:30 pm  Value Based Care Transformation Trends for 2018 - David Fairchild, MD, MPH, Director, BDC Advisors
 
On-Demand Sessions & More
On-Demand Video presentations with audio and synchronized slide advancement:
  • Population Health:  Advancing Patient Care with Physician Engagement-Utilizing the Quadruple Aim in the Era of MACRA - Peter Aran, M.D., Medical Director, Population Health Management, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Oklahoma (28 minutes)
  • Putting the Building Blocks in Place for Effective Predictive Analytics at a Healthcare Organization by Soyal Momin, MS, MBA, Vice President of Analytics, Presbyterian Healthcare Services (32 minutes)
  • Reference Based Pricing Research - Experience With Prescription Drugs and Procedures, by James C. Robinson, PhD, MPH Leonard D. Schaeffer Endowed Chair in Health Economics and Policy, Director, Berkeley Center for Health Technology, Division Head, Health Policy & Management, UC Berkeley School of Public Health; and Kathleen Donneson,  DPA, CPHIT, CPEHR, Chief, Health Plan Administration Division, Benefit Programs Policy and Planning, California Public Employees Retirement System (60 minutes)
  • Plus other Web Summit features including a Future Care Article Library, and an exclusive Future Care e-poll
 
Learning Objectives
Participants will be able to:
  • Explore the top twelve health industry issues of 2018, addressing trends involving cross-sector collaboration, strategic investments, and creating efficiency.
  • Gain a sense of the critical legal, regulatory and policy issues impacting healthcare in 2018.
  • Ascertain the implications of value based care transformation trends for 2018.
  • Receive briefings on key 2018 topics including population health and physician engagement,  predictive analytics, and reference based pricing.
  • Experience e-learning at the attendees' convenience, with on-demand presentations, article library, and other online Summit features available 24/7.
  • Engage in interactive learning through live webinar providing online question submission, attendee surveys, feedback and opportunity for follow up questions, and networking with attendees, faculty and other professionals through dedicated LinkedIn group.
 
Who Should Attend
Interested attendees would include:
  • C-Suite Executives, and Administrative staff
  • Legal, Government Relations and Regulatory executives and staff
  • Strategic, Planning, and Policy executives and staff
  • Transformation, Integration and Innovation executives and staff
  • Medical Directors
  • Sales, Marketing and Business Development executives
  • Operations executives
  • Business Intelligence, Analyst and Research executives and staff
  • Provider Networks Executives and staff
  • Consultants and other interested parties

Attendees would represent organizations including

  • Health Plans and Insurance Companies
  • Hospitals and Health Systems
  • Life Sciences Organizations
  • TPAs and Employers
  • Provider Networks
  • Medical Groups
  • Accountable Care Organizations
  • Associations, Institutes and Research Organizations
  • Government Agencies
  • Care Management Organizations
  • PBMs
  • Solutions Providers and Vendors
  • Financial Institutions
  • Media and other interested organizations
 
Registration
 
  Individual Registration Fee: $295. Post Event Materials including videos syncing slides and recorded audio, presentation pdf files, and e-poll survey report: $45 for attendees; $355 for non-attendees after the event. Register online or download the event flyer.  
     
 
Register Now   Click here to register or call 209.577.4888. Corporate Site licensing also available. We look forward to your attendance!
 
 
Faculty

Trine Tsouderos


Trine Tsouderos
Director, PwC's Health Research Institute
 
   
Trine Tsouderos is PwC’s Health Research Institute (HRI)’s Managing Editor, where she helps oversee development of the firm’s national thought leadership on topics revolving around broad trends in the US healthcare industry. Tsouderos has published reports such as Healthcare’s new entrants: Who will be the industry’s Amazon.com?, The coming plug-and-play health ecosystem, Surviving seismic change: Winning a piece of the $5 trillion US health ecosystem. Tsouderos also leads HRI’s Regulatory Center, which analyzes healthcare policy, publishing a weekly newsletter, HRI as we see it, and frequent deep dives into healthcare policy issues.

A former journalist, Tsouderos spent 17 years in magazine and newspaper newsrooms. At the Chicago Tribune, she worked as an investigative reporter on science and medical stories, winning state and national awards for her pieces. Her work has been cited in books and scientific papers. Tsouderos also is a seasoned panel moderator and speaker, and has given presentations at organizations and events such as The New York Academy of Sciences, Connecting Michigan for Health, the Rock Health Innovation Summit and the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association.

Tsouderos also has worked in health communications. As director of healthcare media at Golin, she helped shape and execute domestic and global media strategies for large insurers and major pharmaceutical and consumer healthcare products companies. As a hobby, she reviews novels for the Chicago Tribune.
 



Mark E. Lutes

Mark E. Lutes
Chair, Board of Directors; Member of the Firm
Epstein Becker Green

 
   
Mark E. Lutes is a Member of the Firm in the Health Care and Life Sciences practice of Epstein Becker Green and the Chair of the firm's Board of Directors. Based in Washington, DC, he has practiced with the firm for nearly three decades. Prior to that, he was a legislative adviser to the Federal Trade Commission. He also offers strategic counsel in health policy and on reimbursement strategy through the firm's affiliates EBG Advisors, Inc., and National Health Advisors, LLC.

Mr. Lutes is a leader in the firm's representation of private equity and financial services firms with health care companies in their portfolios. He routinely deploys multidisciplinary teams of attorneys, reimbursement specialists, engineers, and scientists to assess the reimbursement, FDA and other domestic and international regulatory approvals, fraud and abuse compliance, CMS and legislative landscapes and other issues impacting proposed client investments in health care companies. Mr. Lutes combines experience with the corporate aspects of transactions with his deep experience in health care compliance issues to provide clients with practical advice in the negotiation of warranty and indemnification issues and in assessing risk factors in health and life science deals. He has advised on the largest transactions in the health care market including services, pharmaceutical and device companies.

Mr. Lutes is also an experienced antitrust counselor to health care companies contemplating mergers or acquisitions and has facilitated the antitrust clearance of numerous significant hospital mergers. He has managed the defense of high profile healthcare antitrust actions by the FTC.

Mr. Lutes has a deep understanding of managed care markets and regulation. He is consulted by a variety of providers and payors in structuring innovative payment arrangements. Additionally, he counsels on hospital and physician ventures and compliance issues and in the area of information privacy and security. Mr. Lutes has developed privacy and security audit tools which support client compliance needs.

He has been selected for inclusion in Washington, DC Super Lawyers (2007 to 2010, 2013, 2014) and honored by Nightingales as a leading health care antitrust lawyer. He is ranked among the "Leaders in Their Field" by Chambers USA (2010 to 2014).

Mr. Lutes is active in his parish and serves as Chair of the Advisory Board of the Spanish Catholic Center, a social and health services nonprofit. He also serves on the President's Council of Catholic Charities, Archdiocese of Washington, DC, which honored him with The Caritas Award, its highest recognition of volunteers. Mr. Lutes also has over a decade of service in leadership in the Boy Scouts of America organization.



David Fairchild

David Fairchild, MD, MPH
Director
BDC Advisors
 

 
David Fairchild, M.D. is a Director at BDC Advisors with a particular expertise in physician organization and engagement, clinical quality improvement, and shared-risk contracting in academic health systems. He has extensive successful experience in the development of Accountable Care Organizations, Clinically Integrated Physician Networks, and Population Health Management strategies.

David has had a distinguished academic and clinical career including over eight years of C-Suite experience serving as a Chief Medical Officer and as a Senior Vice President in major academic health systems, and as President of a Medicare Shared Savings Program (MSSP) ACO. As Chief Medical Officer at the Tufts Medical Center and Associate Professor of Medicine at Tufts Medical School in Boston, David worked with over 1,000 community physicians and faculty in the New England Quality Care Alliance (NEQCA), the first academic system to sign the total cost of care Alternative Quality Contract (AQC) with Blue Cross of Massachusetts. More recently, at UMass Memorial Health Care, he was responsible for the clinical integration of over 1,600 academic and community physicians, a risk-sharing network with commercial and government contracts. He served as the first President of the Health System’s Medicare Shared Savings Program Accountable Care Organization.

David’s specific areas of specialization include: Physician/Hospital Population Health Management Strategy; Accountable Care and CIN Organization and Design; Physician Network Development and Product Design; Health System/Physician Leadership Organization and Governance; Physician Engagement and Compensation; Patient Satisfaction and Consumer Engagement; Physician Organizations and Faculty Practice Plan Development; and Operations Cost Management and Care Process Improvement.

In addition to serving as President of the UMass Memorial Health Care’s MSSP ACO, David served as the system’s Senior Vice President for Clinical Integration, and Professor of Medicine at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. He previously served as Division Chief of General Medicine and Chief Medical Officer at Tufts Medical Center where he was also Associate Professor of Medicine at Tufts University School of Medicine. Prior to joining Tufts, David was the Director of Primary Care Services at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard 
Medical School. Board Certified in Internal Medicine and a Fellow of the American 
College of Physicians, David is also a healthcare researcher with a keen interest in physician engagement and quality improvement in ambulatory care settings. He has published over 30 papers on a variety of topics ranging from primary care, population health, hypertension, physician and patient satisfaction. Additionally, David is the editor-in-chief of Physician’s First Watch, an e-publication of The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) Group, providing daily medical news to over 160,000 primary care clinicians worldwide.

David received his undergraduate degree from Haverford College in Philadelphia, PA, and his medical degree from the Pennsylvania State University School of Medicine in Hershey, PA. After completing his residency and chief residency at Yale New Haven Hospital in Connecticut, he was a general medicine fellow at the Brigham and Womens Hospital in Boston and earned his Masters of Public Health degree from the Harvard School of Public Health. David also served for three years on the Navajo Reservation as a physician in the Indian Health Service.


 


Peter Aran, M.D.

Peter Aran, M.D.
Medical Director, Population Health Management
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Oklahoma

 

 
Dr. Aran is Medical Director of Population Health Management at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Oklahoma. Dr. Aran received his medical degree from the University of Iowa School of Medicine. He completed an Internal Medicine residency program at University of Iowa Hospitals, followed by fellowship programs in gastroenterology and liver disease at the University of Chicago where he stayed on as a faculty member until coming to Tulsa in 1990 when he began his gastroenterology practice.

He served in a number of leadership positions with the Saint Francis Health System as both a physician executive and a board member. At the national level he has served on the Section on Medical Schools/Academic Physician Section and the Organized Medical Staff Section where he has chaired the reference committee and served on various education committees. He was the co-leader of a national accountable care collaborative involving 26 healthcare systems. He has been very involved in medical education initiatives in Tulsa and Oklahoma.  


 

 
Soyal Momin, MS, MBA

Soyal Momin, MS, MBA Vice President of Analytics, Presbyterian Healthcare Services

 
 

 
Soyal Momin is vice president of analytics at Presbyterian Healthcare Services. He oversees PHS’ Data and Analytics Initiative which includes five work streams – Analytics Organization, Information Management Governance, Enterprise Data Warehouse, Change Management, and Value Creation Opportunities. The Data and Analytics Initiative is designed to support clinical, operational and financial reporting/analytics for health plan members and delivery-system patients.

Soyal has over 15 years of informatics, research, and value measurement experience in the payer and Pharmacy Benefit Management space. He holds a BS in Pharmacy, MS in Pharmaceutics, MBA in Marketing, and MS in Pharmacy Administration from the University of Rhode Island.



 
James C. Robinson PhD

James C. Robinson,
PhD, MPH
Leonard D. Schaeffer Endowed Chair in Health Economics and Policy
Director, Berkeley Center for Health Technology
Division Head, Health Policy & Management
UC Berkeley School of Public Health
 
 
 

 
James Robinson is Leonard D. Schaeffer Professor of Health Economics and Director of the Berkeley Center for Health Technology (BCHT) at the University of California, Berkeley. He serves on a variety of professional boards and advisory boards, including the Integrated Healthcare Association and National Institute for Health Care Management, and serves as contributing editor for Health Affairs journal. Professor Robinson gives numerous keynote speeches and board presentations for medical technology firms, health plans, hospital systems, medical groups, universities, and public agencies.
 
At Berkeley, Professor Robinson’s research focuses on the biotechnology, medical device, insurance, and health care delivery sectors. He has published three books and over 130 papers in peer-reviewed journals such as the New England Journal of Medicine, JAMA, and Health Affairs. His most recent book, “Purchasing Medical Innovation: The Right Technology for the Right Patient at the Right Price” analyzes the roles of the FDA, health insurers, hospitals, and consumers in the assessment, purchasing, and use of high-cost implantable devices.
 
Professor Robinson’s econometric research currently centers on the impact of reference pricing on consumer choices, employer spending, and health outcomes for inpatient and outpatient surgery, laboratory tests, diagnostic imaging, and pharmaceuticals.
 


 
Kathleen Donneson, DPA

Kathleen Donneson,
 DPA, CPHIT, CPEHR
Chief, Health Plan Administration Division
Benefit Programs Policy and Planning
California Public Employees Retirement System
 
 

 
Kathleen Donneson has served as Chief, Health Plan Administration Division for CalPERS since 2010. As Chief, she oversees health plan contracts, association plan offerings, and the Long Term Care (LTC) program. Her duties include managing health and long term care operations and procurements, health and long term care funding, member grievances and appeals, capitation and fee for service premium distribution, clinical programs and benefits, carrier financial reporting and provider network performance.

Kathleen manages teams who evaluate alternative benefit and clinical designs, implement ACA provisions, analyze health information technology requirements and other e-commerce initiatives, and conduct business planning, operations and oversight for programs that serve 1.4 million members and over $8.0 billion in health benefits and $3 billion in LTC benefits. She coordinates health program reporting requirements with CalPERS Information Technology, Legal, Audit, Risk Governmental Affairs and Actuarial Services; and aligns Division strategic planning goals and policies to enterprise strategies.

Previously, Kathleen served as Assistant Division Chief and Manager, Health Services Research for CalPERS from 2002 to 2010. She served as adjunct Faculty for Univ. of Southern California, Univ. of Maryland, European Division, USF, and CSU Hayward during 1995 to 2002. Kathleen has a Doctorate in Public Administration from the University of Southern California, a Master's degree in Health Administration from the University of San Francisco, and a Bachelor of Science from University of California, Davis. 

 
 
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