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Event Description This roundtable featured former journalists and health care professionals to explore the current value-based care landscape, highlight anticipated policy discussions for the coming year, and identified key considerations for reporters and media experts. Learning Goals This event was made possible with support from the National Institute for Health Care Management (NIHCM).
This event featured an analysis of potential health policy priorities at both state and federal levels for this upcoming election year, and provided a review of major legislative milestones from 2023 and their potential implications for 2024.
Event Description This webinar provided an overview of dually eligible populations and discussed key programs and coverage arrangements that coordinate care for beneficiaries. Panelists also identified policy considerations for managing the cost and quality of care for dual eligibles. Learning Goals This webinar was sponsored by The SCAN Foundation, the Association for Community Affiliated Plans, […]
Event Description A robust health care workforce is key to achieving a person-first health system. However, an increasing level of burnout among providers and growing concerns around projected labor shortages present new challenges to building and maintaining a diverse and resilient workforce. This in-person event provided federal policymakers with a foundational understanding of the current […]
Event Description Domestic violence, also known as intimate partner violence (IPV), is a prevalent public health issue. 1 in 4 women and 1 in 10 men have experienced severe domestic violence, and research shows that domestic violence rates rose during the COVID-19 pandemic. Experiencing domestic violence can have a profound and lifelong impact on a […]
Event Description Clinical trials provide critical evidence for evaluating whether new drugs and treatments are safe and effective. Including a diverse and representative patient population in clinical trials is fundamental to ensuring that all communities benefit from innovation in medicine. New federal requirements which Congress enacted as part of the Food and Drug Omnibus Reform […]
As the health care system grapples with unprecedented challenges post-pandemic – from workforce to supply chain shortages, from technological advances to continued health inequities and affordability challenges – will the future of the health care system meet the needs of real people and communities? When “people” become “patients,” what happens? And what do health policy leaders need to know to put people first?
9:10 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Patient journey mapping offers an innovative approach to understanding how individuals experience the health care system. This panel explored the use of journey maps and other emerging human-centered design tools to advance a person-first health system. Panelists provided an overview of the challenges and opportunities for implementing patient journey mapping, […]
11:10 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Senior leaders representing organizations from across the health care industry discussed the role of the private sector in innovating toward the ideal person-first health system. Panelists shared cutting-edge advancements that are driving meaningful change and what the future holds for person-centered health care. *Visionary Sponsor Panel
12:45 pm. – 1:30 p.m. A robust and diverse health care workforce is key to achieving a person-centered health system that humanizes both patients and providers. This panel delved into the challenges and opportunities our health system faces in building and maintaining a workforce that is not only adaptable but will thrive. Panelists discussed the […]
1:30 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. The rapid evolution of new science and technology has the potential to drive person-centered innovation, but also to leave people behind. This panel explored emerging innovations in health care and explore how policy can ensure future advancements are person-centered. Panelists explored opportunities for cutting-edge research, the impact on health care […]