Breakfast with Roundtable Discussions

Date
Monday, Nov. 18, 2019
Time
7:30 AM–8:30 AM
Location
Thurgood Marshall Ballroom
Tracks
Networking / Breaks / Receptions

Join the following companies for a roundtable discussion over breakfast:

Where Should You Locate Your New Clinic? The Important Role Data and Visualization Tools Play in the Real Estate Conversation
Matthew A. Coursen, Senior Managing Director, Mid-Atlantic Healthcare
While most healthcare companies utilize some form of analytics in their strategic process, very few integrate property data with healthcare metrics, PHI and population demographics to predictively model the future performance of a clinical facility. JLL will lead a thoughtful discussion around how to build these data-driven strategies for healthcare organizations of all sizes.

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Access Strategies: Meeting the Needs of Today’s Healthcare Consumer
-Puneet Maheshwari, CEO and Co-Founder

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Defining Metrics to Evaluate Children’s Hospitals: A Possible Path Forward
Jenifer Cartland, Ph.D., Vice President of Data Analytics and Reporting
Tracie L. Smith, MPH, Director, Population Health Analytics
The burden of benchmarking children’s hospitals is high due to the complexity of care they provide and the variability of hospital services. Following the adult hospital model, could metrics be developed and agreed upon by children’s hospitals for this purpose? Are any metrics conceivable that could be shared in an automated fashion, such as is done for general hospitals with CMS data? Join us as we lead a discussion about the opportunities and potential pitfalls of creating a new set of evaluation metrics for pediatric institutions.

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The Future of Primary Care
Rachel Woods, Senior Consultant, Advisory Board
Two powerful forces are driving change in healthcare. In one corner: new compensation models. The shift from fee-for-service to value-based care and accountable care organizations is putting even more demand on primary care services. In the other corner: a new era of patients acting more like empowered consumers, and all of the new expectations those consumers have.

Caught in the middle are health care systems struggling to keep up with demand while staying competitive in the market. It’s clear the primary care delivery service line needs to evolve, but how? Rachel Woods, a senior consultant at the Advisory Board who leads the Medical Group Strategy Council, will host a discussion about how systems can approach this fuzzy future, including the role technology and automation might play and how staffing models must evolve.

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Does Your Buying Process Support Speed to Market?
In today’s world, opening facilities faster is critical to the financial outcomes of a health system, but competing priorities can be a roadblock to speed. This discussion will focus on balancing competing decisions to create an atmosphere designed to promote speed when opening a new facility.

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How Can Health Systems Compete Against CVS, Amazon and Wal-Mart?
Carrie Liken, Head of Industry, Healthcare
As healthcare organizations continue to focus on a local and ambulatory care strategy, new market entrants are threatening health system care models and traditional primary-care driven patient acquisition models. Learn how CVS, Amazon, Wal-Mart and other organizations are upending patient acquisition and how you can think differently about meeting the patient where and when she needs care.

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