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Appendix B Health Professions Education Summit Agenda JUNE ~ 7, 2002 9 DO Welcome and I ntroductions Edward Hundert, Organizing Committee Co-Chair, and Dean and Professor, School of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Rochester May ~akefeld, Organizing Committee Co-Chair, and Director, Center for Rural Health, School of Medicine & Health Sciences, University of North Dakota Sam Shekar, Associate Administrator for Health Professions and Assistant Surgeon General, Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Carolyn Clancy, Acting Director, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) Hary~mball, President and CEO, ABIM Foundation 9:20 Quality Initiatives at the Institute of Medicine Kenneth Shine, President, Institute of Medicine Janet Corrigan, Director, Board on Health Care Services, Institute of Medicine 9:40 "Crossing the Quality Chasm" and Preparing the Health Professions Workforce William Richardson, President and Chief Executive Officer, W. K. Kellogg Foundation 10:00 Questions and Answer session for Kenneth Shine and William Richardson 10:15 Break 153

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HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATION 10:25 Pane! Discussion Patient-Centered Care and the Chronically 111: What Does the Future Hold? Moderator: I. Lyle Footman, Dean, College of Pharmacy, University of Arizona Panelist: Robert Calvin, Director Global Health, General Electric; May Naylor, Professor in Gerontology Nursing, School of Nursing, University of Pennsylvania; William Stead, Director of the Informatics Center, Associate Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs, Vanderbilt University; Myrl Weinberg, President, National Health Council Advances in informatics, genetics, and other scientific areas are posed to change the nature of clinical practice. How are such advances making care more patient-centered for the chronically ill and what's on the horizon? What are the implications for health professions education? Questions and Answers for Panelists 1215 Keynote Address: Call to the Health Professions Don Berwick, President and CEO, Institute for Healthcare Improvement Question and Answers For Don Berwick 12:45 Plenary Session Adjou rns Working Group Sessions & Lunch 1.30 General Session Overview of Group Assignments and Tasks Edward Hundert and May waked Ed, Organizing Committee Co-Chairs identifying Strategies and Devising Action Plans Bob Ming,, President and CEO, Goal ()PC Unique problem-solving methods to generate and prioritize strategies and related action plans will be presented. 145 Interdisciplinary Small Working Groups ldentifyi ng Strateg ies for Reform Pre-assigned, facilitated working groups (based largely on participant preference) will work on generating next steps for health professions education reform with respect to the follow- ing areas: Patient-Centered Care, Evidence-Based Practice, Informatics, Interdisciplinary Teams, and Quality Improvement. General Session Review Day One and Present Plan for Day Two Edward Hundert and May ~akefeld, Organizing Committee Co-Chairs 154

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APPENDIX B JUNE ~ 8, 2002 8:45 General Session Review Plan for Day Two and Present Select Key Strategies From Day One Edward Hundert and May ~akefeld, Organizing Committee Co-Chairs 9:15 I nte rd i sci pi i nary Smal ~ Worki ng G rou ps Create And Finalize Action Plans Around Key Strategies Participants will select their choice of facilitated working groups based on where they them- selves can most directly contribute. 1:00 Working Lunch 1:45 General Session Report Critical Key Actions to General Session Leaders of each group will present selected breakthrough action steps to general session. 2:15 Questions and Answers for Working Group 2:30 Break 2.45 Pane! Discussion Key Action Steps: What are the Policy and Regulatory Implications? Moderator: Edward Hundert, Dean and Professor, University of Rochester School of Medicine Panelists: Ross Baker, Health Administration, University of Toronto; Bob Berenson, Senior Consultant, AcademyHealth; Dan Daffy, COO, ABIM; Charles Inlander, President, People's Medical Society; Joey Ridenour, President, National Council of State Boards of Nursing, Colleen Conway Belch, Dean of Nurs- ing, Vanderbilt; Don Williams, Executive Director, Washington Board of Pharmacy. 3 :45 QU ESTI O N AN D AN SWE RS 4:00 General Session Synthesis of Major Next Steps, Action Plans, and Closing Remarks Edward Hundert and May ~akefeld, Organizing Committee Co-Chairs 4:15 Adjourn 155