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A Population Management Strategy: Primary Care Pharmacy Services for the Complex Patient

L. David Harlow, III, BS, Pharm D, Assistant VP for Professional Services Clinical Pharmacy, Clinical Laboratory and Disease Management, Martin Health System. Dr. Harlow defines the significance of pharmacy services embedded in primary care that focuses strategically on Complex Multi-Comorbid patients with a history of therapeutic failure. This service leverages pharmacist talent in the context of team-based care to...

CANCELLED – SI 2020 Annual Conference “In Real Life: Digital Transformation and Patient Care”

After careful consideration and discussion with our Members, we have decided to postpone the SI 2020 Annual Conference.  We understand the impact the coronavirus is having on your organization and are respectful of the time you need to deal with this outbreak and the travel bans that have been necessarily implemented. While we’re disappointed we won’t be seeing you in...

Network Management: A Strategic Approach to Value-based Care

Matthew Penziner, Executive Director, NYUPN Clinically Integrated Network.  For NYUPN, keeping costs down and quality high meant keeping more of its attributed patients seeing NYUPN physicians. To influence patients to utilize “domestic” primary care physicians, specialists and facilities, NYUPN worked with patients’ greatest influencers: physicians. Attendees will gain insight into how NYUPN was able to provide care at the...

Making Primary Care Primary at Centura: CMMI’s Vision for Healthcare Innovation, Part III

Tamra Lavengood, RN, BSN, MSN, Coordinator for Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC+) Mercy Family Medicine  and Steve Lavengood, MD, CPC+ Medical Director, Mercy Family Medicine, Centura Health Physician Group.  With the advent of the Comprehensive Primary Care Initiative (CPCI) that began in October 2012, CMMI has continued incentivizing primary care practices to move away from fee for service and...

Mark Harrison, MD, President & CEO, Intermountain Healthcare

Marc Harrison, MDA
Dr. Marc Harrison - a third-generation physician whose son is now in medical school - took the top job at Intermountain Healthcare in October 2016. Intermountain is a Utah-based not-for-profit system of 23 hospitals, 170 clinics, a medical group with 2,300 employed physicians and advanced-practice clinicians, and a health plan. Almost immediately he launched a comprehensive reorganization of the storied...

SI 2019 Annual Conference | Consumer-Centric Healthcare: IT Models for the Future

The future was on the minds of CEOs and other health-system leaders from Scottsdale Institute member organizations as they tackled consumerism, digital health and even the politics of healthcare at the Camelback Inn in Scottsdale, Arizona during our 26th Annual Conference.  See the SI 2019 Annual Conference Summary for more details! The healthcare industry is in the midst of transforming itself into...

Transforming Primary Care from the Frontline at Cedars-Sinai

Rupal Badani, MD, Medical Director, Hanina Rosenstein, Senior Performance Improvement Facilitator, and Jennifer Ortiz, MBA, Project Manager, Organizational Advancement, Cedars-Sinai Medical Network. In 2015, Cedars-Sinai Medical Network reached a tipping point where our ambulatory medical group primary care doctors were increasingly dissatisfied with work. In response, the Network launched Practice Transformation, a lean-based redesign of the practices. Together with...

Behavioral Health Integration and the EMR at Partners HealthCare

John Roseman, MD, Behavioral Health Clinical Content Lead, Jennifer Gray, RN, Application Manager, Andrew Murphy, Application Coordinator, and Liann Devereux, Application Coordinator, Partners HealthCare System. After three years of enterprise discussion and consensus on workflows and content, Partners began a new EMR implementation process in 2015. This has resulted in the successful implementation of the Epic EMR at Partners...

The CMS Comprehensive Primary Care Initiative at Centura Health

Tamra Lavengood RN, BSN, MSN, Clinical Performance Coordinator, Centura Health Physician Group, and Will McConnell MBA, PhD, VP Operations and Outreach Strategy, Mercy Regional Medical Center.  The Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services, as well as several payer groups, invested in the Comprehensive Primary Care (CPC) Initiative to drive change and prepare organizations for population health management. The four...

Care Coordination Capability for Accountable Care

Jane Metzger, Research Principal in Emerging Practices, CSC. Care coordination is clearly a core competency for accountable care. This talk reviews the likely processes based on the evidence so far from demonstration projects, collaboratives, and safety net institutions, as well as models for collaboration between primary care teams and external care management programs in three clinical domains: providing direct...