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Day 2 | May 19

11:00 AM -4:00 PM (EDT)

 
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Day 2 Sessions

Day 2_Session1_Political

The Current Political and Legislative Environment | 11:05AM - 12:05PM (EDT)

Charlie Cook, Editor and Publisher, Cook Political Report, Columnist, The National Journal

For more than two decades Charlie Cook has been a trusted, accurate voice on all things political. Once deemed “the Picasso of election analysis” by the Wall Street Journal, his expertise and encyclopedic knowledge of American politics has been featured on myriad news outlets. Using poll numbers, economic indicators, and historical data, Cook will discuss today’s political and legislative environments from a balanced, non-partisan perspective.

Coffee Break 2

Coffee Talk Sponsored by Sapiens | 12:05 PM – 12:30 PM (EDT)

Join your colleagues for a relaxed, interactive discussion—follow-up on interesting topics from the program or just catch up and enjoy each other’s company!

Day 2_Session2_TwoPandemics

Facing Two Pandemics: The Impact of Physician Well-being on Patient Safety | 12:30PM - 1:15PM (EDT)

Moderator:

Carolyn A. McClain, MD, Board Member, Constellation/MMIC

Panel:

Corey Feist, JD, MBA, CEO, UVA Physicians Group  

Jonathan Ripp, MD, MPH, Senior Associate Dean for Well-being and Resilience, Professor of Internal Medicine, Icahn School of Medicine, Mount Sinai Health System


A recent New England Journal of Medicine article referred to the “parallel pandemics” of COVID-19 and physician burnout. Even before the pandemic, physician well-being was a growing concern in the medical community. Burnout has been shown to lead to a host of issues, from substance abuse and mental health problems to patient safety concerns with the pandemic only exacerbating the stress physicians face. Promoting physician well-being requires a multi-pronged approach. In this session, panelists will discuss the impact of wellness on patient safety and outcomes, the added pressures of COVID-19, and how to support physicians during these difficult times. These experts will explore this complex issue drawing on personal perspectives and the latest concepts to address well-being.

Coffee Break 2

Coffee Talk Sponsored by Johnson Lambert | 1:15 PM – 1:45 PM (EDT)

Join your colleagues for a relaxed, interactive discussion—follow-up on interesting topics from the program or just catch up and enjoy each other’s company!

Day 2_Session3_ImprovingQuality

Improving Quality through Value-based Care | 1:45 PM -2:30 PM (EDT)

Robert Hanscom, JD, Vice President, Risk Management and Analytics, Coverys

Dave Terry, CEO & Co-founder, Archway Health

Ronald Wyatt, MD, MHA, Vice President and Patient Safety Officer, MCIC Vermont 

Hear industry leaders provide an overview of current value-based care and analytics efforts and what these important efforts mean for the MPL industry. Learn how this work can influence measured improvement in quality outcomes for the healthcare providers.

Coffee Break 2

Coffee Talk Sponsored by BMS & McDermott | 2:30 PM – 3:00 PM (EDT)

Join your colleagues for a relaxed, interactive discussion—follow-up on interesting topics from the program or just catch up and enjoy each other’s company!

Day 2_Session4_Fear

When Fear Gets in the Way of Change | 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM (EDT)

Moderator:

David Kinard, M.Ed., PCM, Senior Vice President Business Development, Physicians Insurance A Mutual Company

Panel:

Neelam Chand, Founder & CEO, Shift SLC

Shannon Collaer, Director of Talent, Inclusion and Diversity, Clearlink

Lean into conversations around diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in the MPL industry. While these dialogues can feel personal, overwhelming, and uncomfortable, they are increasingly necessary for success. Panelists will explore the role of emotion in DEI efforts, how fear influences decisions and engagement, and share how attendees can navigate past discomfort to create meaningful change in their organizations.

Day 2 Speakers

Charlie Cook

Charlie Cook

Charlie Cook is considered one of the nation’s leading authorities on U.S. elections and American political trends. He founded the independent, non-partisan Cook Political Report in1984 and now, with a staff of six, has becomein the words of The New York Times“a newsletter that both parties regard as authoritative."

 

Carolyn McClain

Carolyn A. McClain

MD Carolyn McClain is an accomplished and dedicated healthcare leader, possessing proven ability to deliver results in complex and continually evolving environments. Her background is in emergency medicine and in that capacity she and her group of emergency physicians founded a chain of acute care centers called The Urgency Room.

 

J. Corey Feist

J. Corey Feist

J. Corey Feist is a healthcare executive with more than20 years of experience. He is the co-founder of the Dr. Lorna Breen Heroes' Foundation and currently serves as the CEO of the University of Virginia Physicians Group, the medical group practice of UVA Health comprised of1200+ physicians and advanced practice providers.

Jonathan Ripp

Jonathan Ripp

Jonathan Ripp is professor of Medicine, Medical Education, and Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine, dean for Well-Being and Resilience and chief wellness officer at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. He oversees efforts to assess and provide direction for system-and individual-level interventions designed to improve well-being for students, residents, fellows and faculty.

Robert Hanscom

Robert Hanscom

Robert Hanscom joined Coverys in August 2013 and is vice president of Business Analytics. In that role, he is responsible for oversight of enterprise-wide data quality, data governance, comparative benchmarking, and the advancement of analytics to support the business in delivering on its overall strategy.

Ronald Wyatt

Ronald Wyatt

Ronald Wyatt joined MCIC Vermont in January 2020 as vice president and patient safety officer. Dr. Wyatt is an internationally known patient safety and health equity subject matter expert. He has been recognized as a “Top 50” leading patient safety expert, by Becker’s, on three occasions.

Dave Terry

Dave Terry

Dave Terry is a thought leader and frequent speaker on bundled payments, ACOs, and other payment reform initiatives, and is the CEO and co-founder of Archway Health. Archway’s mission is to fix healthcare through payment reform. 

David Kinard

David Kinard

David Kinard is an award-winning business development executive offering significant career experience in healthcare marketing and sales management, non-profit and cause-related marketing, and community development. He has published and been recognized for creative contributions and thought leadership, taught MBA marketing strategy at two universities, and is a regular conference/keynote speaker.

Neelam Chand

Neelam Chand

Neelam Chand is the CEO and founder of Shift SLC, a diversity and inclusion consulting firm located in Salt Lake City, Utah. With more than a decade of D&I experience, Ms. Chand has worked with different industries ranging from higher education to financial services and tech startups.

Shannon Collaer

Shannon Collaer

Shannon Collaer serves as director of Talent, Inclusion, and Diversity for Clearlink, a SYKES company. Ms. Collaer designs the strategy for Clearlink's Recruiting, Employer Branding, and Inclusion and Diversity priorities, which impact more than 1,700 employees and 75,000 applicants a year.

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Rhonda Medows

Dr. Medows is the Executive VP of Population Health at Providence St. Joseph Health. She also currently serves as a member of the Physician-Focused Payment Model Technical Advisory Committee to make recommendations to the U.S. Secretary of Health on current and future physician payment models.

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Sean Slovenski

Sean currently serves as SVP & President of Walmart Health and Wellness. Just prior to this role Sean served as President of Population Health for Sharecare, a digital health company founded by Jeff Arnold, Doctor Oz, and Oprah Winfrey. Prior, he served as CEO of Care Innovations, a joint venture of Intel and GE Healthcare.

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Aashima Gupta

Aashima works at the intersection of health and technology. As director of global healthcare solutions for Google Cloud, it's her job to push the limits of what’s possible in life sciences. She's responsible for digitally transforming the industry using the tech giant’s cloud technology in new and unique ways.

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