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The 2019 LAN Summit agenda features notable speakers set to attend including Drs. Mark McClellan, Patrick Conway, Mark Smith, and more. The event opens with a real-world view of the transformation of health care highlighting perspectives from different stakeholders. We also have a featured plenary session about new initiatives being implemented in North Carolina that aim to shift health care payment and care delivery away from fee-for-service and towards value-based care. You can find out more about these two sessions below!

Opening Plenary

The Six “P’s”: A Multi-Stakeholder Approach to Driving Value
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Description: Hear how stakeholders from across the health care industry – including payers, providers, patients, purchasers, product manufacturers, and policymakers – are working to transform health care. Panelists will share their thinking about the movement toward alternative payment with downside risk and what they see as the challenges and opportunities inherent in driving aggressively toward shared accountability. Additionally, panelists will share what they see as their primary role in advancing the adoption of alternative payment models, gaps that exist, and how stakeholders can partner to fill these gaps and propel value-based payment models.

Mark McClellan

Moderator: Dr. Mark McClellan
LAN Leadership, Duke-Margolis Center

Bruce Broussard
Humana

Dr. Susan Frampton
Planetree International

Dr. Christopher Chen
ChenMed

Adam Stavisky
Walmart

Nick Leschly
Bluebird

Closing Plenary

Transformation Through Leadership: Multi-Payer Alignment in Transforming to Shared Accountability in North Carolina
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Description: This session will focus on new initiatives being implemented in North Carolina that aim to shift health care payment and care delivery away from fee-for-service, towards value. The panelists will expand on how they have overcome barriers/challenges, succeeded in building public-private partnerships, and increased alignment across these initiatives, speaking from the commercial payer, state payer, and provider voices.

Mark McClellan

Moderator: Dr. Mark McClellan
LAN Leadership, Duke-Margolis Center

Patrick Conway

Dr. Patrick Conway
Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina

Dr. Mandy Cohen
North Carolina Department of Health & Human Services

Dr. Wesley Burks
UNC Health Care

Featured Sessions & Moderators

Principles of Behavioral Economics and Patient Activation

Mark Smith
Visiting Professor, University of California at Berkeley,
Clinical Professor of Medicine, University of California at San Francisco

Multi-Payer Alignment: Promising Practices for Developing Multi-Payer Models

William Golden
Medical Director, Arkansas Department of Human Services/Medicaid

APM Adoption Across Markets: A Closer Look at the LAN Measurement Effort

Andrea Caballero
Program Director, Catalyst for Payment Reform

Payer-Provider Collaboration to Improve Outcomes for High Need Populations  

Angelo Sinopoli
President, Prisma Health

Specialty Care and APMs   

Aparna Higgins
Founder and CEO, Ananya Health Innovations

Quality Measurement: “Big Dot” Population-Health Outcome Measures

Dana Gelb Safran
Head of Measurement, Haven

Patient-Centered APM Design: Engaging Patients and Consumers at the Design Stages  

Christine Broderick
Director of Patient and Family Engagement, National Partnership for Women & Families 

Creating Infrastructure to Support Financial Risk-Taking

Jeff Micklos
Executive Director, Health Care Transformation Task Force

 Collaboration in Practice: Strategies for Building Strong Payer-Provider Partnerships 

Thomas Buckingham
Executive Vice President of Strategy, Select Medical and President, Allevant Solutions

Advancing Innovative Drug and Device Integration into Value-Based Payment Models  

Mark McClellan
Director, Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy

Using Advancements in Artificial Intelligence to Improve Patient Care

Michael Howell
Principal Scientist, Google

Regulatory Frameworks to Support Financial Risk-Taking

Larry Kocot
Principal and National Leader, Center for Healthcare Regulatory Insight KPMG

Data Sharing and Interoperability: Payer-Provider Data Exchange in Successful Shared Accountability Models

Aneesh Chopra
President, CareJourney

Quality Measurement: Measuring Quality in Full Accountability APMs

Helen Burstin
Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer, Council of Medical Specialty Societies

Integrating Social Determinants and Principles of Health Equity to Improve Patient Outcomes  

Andrea Ducas
Executive Senior Program Officer, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation