Agenda

Tuesday - November 16, 2021

9:45 AM 9:50 AM

8:45 AM 8:50 AM

7:45 AM 7:50 AM

6:45 AM 6:50 AM

Welcome Remarks

Chairperson to be announced

9:50 AM 10:30 AM

8:50 AM 9:30 AM

7:50 AM 8:30 AM

6:50 AM 7:30 AM

Keynote Address: Leading Change: Flexibility, Adaptability, And Comfort with Uncertainty

  • Embrace change, find opportunities in uncertain times, and help others grow through change.
  • Learn to connect with all levels of your organization, prevent silos, and communicate effectively
  • Build resilience and develop strategies to emerge stronger from a crisis—and ready to take on what's next! 

Jim Bouchard, Leadership Activist, Speaker, Author, and Founder of THE SENSEI LEADER Movement

10:30 AM 10:35 AM

9:30 AM 9:35 AM

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7:30 AM 7:35 AM

Break

10:35 AM 11:15 AM

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7:35 AM 8:15 AM

Reversing Food Insecurity and Chronic Conditions through Food as Medicine

• Understand how COVID has exacerbated food insecurity, health equity, and chronic conditions to create urgency for better solutions today
• Learn why current health plan and provider solutions have failed to provide sustainable solutions to food insecurity, and how that can change with the record SNAP increase
• Describe the latest innovation in telenutrition and what digital solutions can mean for creating sustained food insecurity and chronic condition outcomes

Jason Langheier, CEO & Founder
Foodsmart

11:15 AM 11:20 AM

10:15 AM 10:20 AM

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8:15 AM 8:20 AM

Break

11:20 AM 12:00 PM

10:20 AM 11:00 AM

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8:20 AM 9:00 AM

Impact of the Pandemic on Behavioral and Mental Health of Adolescents and Children

  • Assess how the youth of America have been affected by the pandemic to identify various types of support that will be needed
  • Anticipate the long-term impact on the younger population to prepare for changes to health care needs
  • Evaluate the increase on substance abuse, depression, and suicide for this population and how we can maximize specialty care to positively improve outcomes

Sarah DuVall, MPH, CPHQ, Director, Behavioral Health
Healthcare Association of New York State

12:00 PM 12:05 PM

11:00 AM 11:05 AM

10:00 AM 10:05 AM

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Break

12:05 PM 12:45 PM

11:05 AM 11:45 AM

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Virtual Health Care Techniques for Mental Health Patients

  • Evaluate the success of implementing virtual health care for patients with mental health issues and how you can incorporate the services into post-pandemic care
  • Analyze the benefits of virtual group therapy over in-person group therapy and how patients benefit from the new approach
  • Overcome issues related to reimbursement for virtual care by implementing tried and tested best practices
  • Identify best practices for technology education for patients that need assistance to receive virtual care

Martha Whitecotton, Senior Vice President, Behavioral Health Services
Atrium Health

12:45 PM 1:25 PM

11:45 AM 12:25 PM

10:45 AM 11:25 AM

9:45 AM 10:25 AM

Networking Lunch

Turn on your camera and join us in the networking lobby for that face-to-face networking experience we’ve all been missing. Mimicking hallway chats, this is your opportunity to connect with other attendees, speakers, and solutions providers. Networking has never been easier – join a small group of up to 8 people, hop around to different tables with just a click, and enjoy saying hello to familiar faces and taking part in relevant industry discussions. We’ll see you in the lobby! 

1:25 PM 2:10 PM

12:25 PM 1:10 PM

11:25 AM 12:10 PM

10:25 AM 11:10 AM

Critical Support for Care Givers to Reduce Hospital Admission

• Evaluate the additional pressure on caregivers during the pandemic and identify strategies to reduce the psychological burden while understanding most caregivers have their own personal health issues
• Create and implement a plan for support to reduce the probability of ER visits due to lack of guidance or help
• Offer virtual support through video or phone calls to offer education, guidance, and support with a personal touch to build a relationship with care givers and a point of contact in case of an emergency

Dennis P.H. Mihale, MD, MBA, Chief Medical Officer
Upward Health

 

2:10 PM 2:20 PM

1:10 PM 1:20 PM

12:10 PM 12:20 PM

11:10 AM 11:20 AM

Break

2:20 PM 3:05 PM

1:20 PM 2:05 PM

12:20 PM 1:05 PM

11:20 AM 12:05 PM

Improving Maternal Health Care for Vulnerable Populations

• Identify the different needs of populations of expecting mothers and generate a plan of action to ensure they receive the support they need
• Examine possible barriers to care including language, cultural, access to care, and SDoH factors that need to be removed to guarantee quality of care
• Examine the positive impact that can be achieved through removing tobacco use during pregnancy and steps taken to achieve this goal

Moderator:
Ellen Fink-Samnick, Chair
RISE SDoH Community

Panelists:
Laurie Adams, Executive Director
BABY & ME-Tobacco Free Program™

Lisa B. McCanna RN, MHA, Vice President and Facility Executive
Atrium Health

Cheryl Dodds, MD, Medical Director
Atrium Health Behavioral Health

3:05 PM 3:15 PM

2:05 PM 2:15 PM

1:05 PM 1:15 PM

12:05 PM 12:15 PM

Break

3:15 PM 4:00 PM

2:15 PM 3:00 PM

1:15 PM 2:00 PM

12:15 PM 1:00 PM

Analyze the Impact of COVID-19 on Medicare Claims

• Examine and discuss the COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, deaths, medical impairments, and health care costs within the Medicare beneficiary population to understand the overall impact
• Compare the data sets from pre and post COVID to comprehend statistically significant numbers in the early and late cycles of 2020 COVID-19 and the impact on Medicare members
• Evaluate the differences in health care based on Geography, Cases, Hospitalization, Discharge, Conditions, and Payments to identify which populations were most impacted.

Rafael Gonzalez, Esq., Partner,
Cattie & Gonzalez, PLLC

4:00 PM 4:10 PM

3:00 PM 3:10 PM

2:00 PM 2:10 PM

1:00 PM 1:10 PM

Break

4:10 PM 4:55 PM

3:10 PM 3:55 PM

2:10 PM 2:55 PM

1:10 PM 1:55 PM

Transform your Medicare Shared Savings Program to Improve Patient Outcomes

• Examine a step-by-step guide to success when transforming your MSSP to achieve your operational goals
• Prepare for changes to your infrastructure and personnel to achieve the end goal if improving patient care
• Analyze new tools that can be created and implemented to streamline your operational processes

Moderator:
Deanne Cox, Manager Quality & Clinical Transformation
UH Population Health

Panelists:
Tomasina Green, Quality & Regulatory Specialist
UH Population Health

Heather Byrne, Director of Operations
UH Population Health

Mark Schario, Vice President Population Health
UH Population Health

4:55 PM 5:00 PM

3:55 PM 4:00 PM

2:55 PM 3:00 PM

1:55 PM 2:00 PM

Closing Remarks

 Chairperson to be announced

5:00 PM 6:00 PM

4:00 PM 5:00 PM

3:00 PM 4:00 PM

2:00 PM 3:00 PM

Networking Reception

Turn on your camera and join us in the networking lobby for that face-to-face networking experience we’ve all been missing. Mimicking hallway chats, this is your opportunity to connect with other attendees, speakers, and solutions providers. Networking has never been easier – join a small group of up to 8 people, hop around to different tables with just a click, and enjoy saying hello to familiar faces and taking part in relevant industry discussions. We’ll see you in the lobby! 

Wednesday - November 17, 2021

9:00 AM 10:00 AM

8:00 AM 9:00 AM

7:00 AM 8:00 AM

6:00 AM 7:00 AM

Registration and Networking Breakfast

Turn on your camera and join us in the networking lobby for that face-to-face networking experience we’ve all been missing. Mimicking hallway chats, this is your opportunity to connect with other attendees, speakers, and solutions providers. Networking has never been easier – join a small group of up to 8 people, hop around to different tables with just a click, and enjoy saying hello to familiar faces and taking part in relevant industry discussions. We’ll see you in the lobby! 

10:00 AM 10:10 AM

9:00 AM 9:10 AM

8:00 AM 8:10 AM

7:00 AM 7:10 AM

Welcome Remarks

Chairperson to be announced

 

10:10 AM 10:55 AM

9:10 AM 9:55 AM

8:10 AM 8:55 AM

7:10 AM 7:55 AM

The Dream Team: Complete Care with a Team of Specialists

• Identify which health care specialists can positively impact your members and create your dream team to improve health care outcomes
• Generate open lines of communication between the team members to ensure transparency of care
• Pinpoint undetected behavioral health problems that are impacting medical issues to create total health care and improve patients’ outcomes

Jessica Kinowski, MPH, Clinical Program Senior Advisor
Cigna Medicare Advantage

John M Ventura DC, Family Medicine, Clinical Instructor
University of Rochester School of Medicine,
Spine Care Partners, LLC

10:55 AM 11:05 AM

9:55 AM 10:05 AM

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Break

11:05 AM 11:50 AM

10:05 AM 10:50 AM

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Future of Health Care: In-Home Care and Monitoring

• Analyze the types of care and monitoring that can be conducted at home to reduce the burden and costs associated with hospital care
• Examine the services and solutions providers that can offer care and conduct a cost analysis to identify overall cost savings
• Create a plan of action to introduce in-home care for certain populations, calculate the success, and roll out the program for members with a variety of health care issues

Hans Wiik, President & CEO
Hans Wiik Health Group LLC

Dennis P.H. Mihale, MD, MBA, Chief Medical Officer
Upward Health

 

11:50 AM 12:00 PM

10:50 AM 11:00 AM

9:50 AM 10:00 AM

8:50 AM 9:00 AM

Break

12:00 PM 12:45 PM

11:00 AM 11:45 AM

10:00 AM 10:45 AM

9:00 AM 9:45 AM

Creative Strategies to Manage Health Care Needs for the Longer Living Population

• Examine your current population trends to identify changes in the length of life of your membership and changes that need to be made to ensure quality of care
• Identify additional health care and value-based care offerings and personnel that may be needed to account for increased life expectancy
• Assess your current offerings and how they can be altered or created for an increasingly older population to achieve value-based care success

Arshad K Rahim, MD, MBA, FACP, Vice President, Clinical Integration, Network Development & Population Health
Mount Sinai Health System

Eve Gelb, Senior Vice President, Member and Community Health
SCAN Health Plan

12:45 PM 1:25 PM

11:45 AM 12:25 PM

10:45 AM 11:25 AM

9:45 AM 10:25 AM

Networking Lunch

Turn on your camera and join us in the networking lobby for that face-to-face networking experience we’ve all been missing. Mimicking hallway chats, this is your opportunity to connect with other attendees, speakers, and solutions providers. Networking has never been easier – join a small group of up to 8 people, hop around to different tables with just a click, and enjoy saying hello to familiar faces and taking part in relevant industry discussions. We’ll see you in the lobby

1:25 PM 2:10 PM

12:25 PM 1:10 PM

11:25 AM 12:10 PM

10:25 AM 11:10 AM

Strategies to Engage with Hard-to-Reach Members

• Examine current membership to identify members who are challenging to reach
• Create a plan to increase interaction with these members to ensure they are receiving the quality of care necessary
• Assess staffing needs and new opportunities for collaboration to help address issues with hard-to-reach members to avoid costly long term healthcare issues
• Identify strategies to advertise to rising risk patients in the coming year
• Evaluate social determinants and the impact this has on rising risk patients

Andrea Wallace, Innovation Portfolio Manager
Advantasure

Dushaun Howard, Director IBU Tech & Informatics
Blue Cross Blue Shield of MI

2:10 PM 2:20 PM

1:10 PM 1:20 PM

12:10 PM 12:20 PM

11:10 AM 11:20 AM

Break

2:20 PM 3:05 PM

1:20 PM 2:05 PM

12:20 PM 1:05 PM

11:20 AM 12:05 PM

Strategies to Improve Access to Digital Health and Intelligence

• Examine new strategies to improve technology literacy within your membership to improve health outcomes
• Discuss strategies to partner with providers help identify members that have difficulties with accesses to digital health or need support
• Implement a long-term plan of action to roll out technology literacy training to all populations to achieve your goals

Bahar Sedarati MD, National Medical Director
Humana

Jackie Crossen, Director, Digital Health and Analytics Product
Humana

3:00 PM 3:15 PM

2:00 PM 2:15 PM

1:00 PM 1:15 PM

12:00 PM 12:15 PM

Break

3:15 PM 4:00 PM

2:15 PM 3:00 PM

1:15 PM 2:00 PM

12:15 PM 1:00 PM

Act Now: Critical Actions After Hospital Discharge to Reduce Readmission

• Analyze the essential steps that need to be taken as soon as a patient is discharged from hospital to impact their healthcare needs
• Generate an action plan for communication, support, and guidance to reduce the probability of readmission
• Evaluate the steps taken based on individual patients to create an understanding of specific needs based on different populations

Mary McLaughlin Davis, DNP, ACNS-BC, NEA-BC, CCM, Sr. Director, Care Management Nursing
Cleveland Clinic

Michelle Card, MSN, RN-BC, CCCTM, Nursing Director, Value Based Contracting,
Cleveland Clinic

Nicole Berman, RN, MSN, CCM, Nurse Case Manager
Cleveland Clinic

4:00 PM 4:05 PM

3:00 PM 3:05 PM

2:00 PM 2:05 PM

1:00 PM 1:05 PM

Closing Remarks

Chairperson to be announced