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The Ist Annual Crossing the Quality Chasm Summit: A Focus on Communities Appendix H Summit Agenda JANUARY 7, 2004 8:00 Continental Breakfast – NAS Great Hall Plenary Session – NAS Auditorium 8:30 Welcome and Introductions Reed V. Tuckson, M.D., Chair, Quality Chasm Summit Committee Harvey V. Fineberg, M.D., President, Institute of Medicine John R. Lumpkin, M.D., Senior Vice President, The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation 9:00 A Call for a Better Health System: How to Make Success the Norm in America Consumer speaker relates experiences dealing with the broken health care system. Interactive community panel share success stories—as well as failures—in overcoming barriers to improving quality care in each of the 5 targeted priority areas. Moderator: Allen Daniels, LISW, Ed.D., CEO Alliance Behavioral Care and Quality Chasm Summit Committee Member Consumer Speaker: Martha Whitecotton, R.N., Vice President and Chief Nurse Executive Officer, Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte, NC Community Panel: William Bruning, J.D., Mid-America Coalition on Health Care Community Initiative on Depression Henry Gaines, Regional Coordinator, Greater Flint Health Coalition Jay Portnoy, M.D., Children’s Mercy Hospital/Kansas City Asthma Coalition
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The Ist Annual Crossing the Quality Chasm Summit: A Focus on Communities 10:30 Articulating the Gap: Laying the Issues on the Doorsteps of Leadership Keynote Speaker: Donald M. Berwick, M.D., CEO, Institute for Healthcare Improvement, Boston, MA 11:15 Question & Answer Session for Keynote Speaker 11:30 Overview of Afternoon Session Reed V. Tuckson, M.D. provides an overview of post-lunch crosscutting strategy sessions and briefly describes condition-specific working group assignments. Remaining session open only to pre-registered participants due to space constraints. 11:45 Working Lunch Note: Participants were assigned to lunchtime working groups in advance of the Summit. Please attend only your assigned working groups as care was taken to have a mix of stakeholders represented. Pick up a lunch box in the Great Hall. Asthma Group – Members’ Room Depression Group – Room 180 Diabetes Group – Lecture Room Heart Failure Group – Room 150 Pain Control Group– Board Room National Champions – Executive Dining Room 12:45 Cross Cutting Strategy Sessions I Note: Each strategy session will be repeated. Participants were provided the opportunity to select their sessions in advance of the Summit. Again, please attend only your assigned working groups as care was taken to have a mix of stakeholders represented. Logistical information below. 2:15 Cross Cutting Strategy Sessions II Care Coordination – Room 180 Co-facilitators: Gerard Anderson, Ph.D. & Christine Cassel, M.D. Community examples: Kaiser Bellflower & Philadelphia Department of Health Community Activation/Leadership – Room 150 Co-facilitators: Shoshanna Sofaer, Dr.P.H. & David Stevens, M.D. Community examples: The Pediatric/Adult Asthma Coalition of New Jersey & Rochester Health Commission Finance – Members’ Room Co-facilitators: Peter Lee, J.D. & Steve Udvarhelyi, M.D. Community examples: Grand Rapids Medical Education & Research Center & Mission-St. Joseph’s Health System Asheville Project Information and Communications Technology – Room 280 (second floor) Co-facilitators: David Kibbe, M.D. & David Brailer, M.D., Ph.D. Community examples: County of Santa Cruz, CA & Madigan Army Medical Center Measurement – Board Room Co-facilitators: Judith Hibbard, Ph.D. & Arnold Milstein, M.D. Community examples: Intermountain Health Care Depression in Primary Care Initiative & The Washington State Diabetes Collaborative Patient-Self Management – Lecture Room Co-facilitators: Kate Lorig, R.N., Ph.D. & Russell Glasgow, Ph.D. Community examples: Controlling Asthma in Richmond Metropolitan Area & The Oregon Heart Failure Project
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The Ist Annual Crossing the Quality Chasm Summit: A Focus on Communities 3:45 Change Over Break 4:00 Condition Specific Working Groups Break Out Sessions Facilitated working groups identity strategies and develop action plans for “Crossing the Chasm”. Although participants will assemble by condition, an emphasis will be placed on crosscutting strategies and co-morbidities. Asthma Group – Members Room Co-facilitators: Linda Burnes-Bolton, R.N., Dr.P.H. & Charlie Homer, M.D. Depression Group – Room 180 Co-facilitators: Cheryl Scott, M.H.A. & Allen Daniels, LISW, Ed.D. Diabetes Group – Lecture Room Co-facilitators: Ron Anderson, M.D., Regina Benjamin, M.D. & David Nathan, M.D. Heart Failure Group – Room 150 Co-facilitators: Lillee Gelinas, R.N., M.S.N. & John Spertus, M.D. Pain Control Group – Board Room Co-facilitators: Mary Anne Koda-Kimble, Pharm.D & Joanne Lynn, M.D. 6:30 Reception & Networking – NAS Great Hall
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The Ist Annual Crossing the Quality Chasm Summit: A Focus on Communities JANUARY 8, 2004 8:00 Continental Breakfast – NAS Great Hall 8:30 Condition Specific Working Groups Finalize Action Plans Asthma Group – Members’ Room Depression Group – Room 180 Diabetes Group – Lecture Room Heart Failure Group – Room 150 Pain Control Group– Board Room Plenary Session – NAS Auditorium 10:15 Working Groups Report Synopsis of Key Strategies Note: After each working group presentation there will be a 10 minute time frame for the audience to offer suggestions and build upon summit action plans. Open only to pre-registered participants due to space constraints. 12:00 Working Lunch Condition specific groups fine-tune reports Working group facilitators have “heads-up” session with Reactor Panel participants National Champions debrief with the IOM Committee Chair Asthma Group – Members Room Depression Group – Room 180 Diabetes Group – Lecture Room Heart Failure Group – Room 150 Pain Control Group – Board Room National Champions – Executive Dining Room Reactor Panel – Room 280 (Second Floor) Plenary Session – NAS Auditorium 1:30 Reactor Panel Discussion Panelists & community leaders candidly react to major themes that surfaced in the action plans presented. Moderator: Bruce Bradley, M.B.A., Director, Health Plan Strategy & Public Policy, General Motors Corporation and Quality Chasm Summit Committee Member Al Charbonneau, President and CEO, Rochester Health Commission, Rochester, N.Y. Helen Darling, President, National Business Group on Health, Washington, D.C. Sylvia Drew-Ivie, J.D., The Help Everyone Clinic, Los Angeles, CA George J. Isham, M.D., Medical Director & Chief Health Officer, HealthPartners, Inc., Minneapolis MN 2:30 Audience Suggestions for Building on Action Plans 3:00 Commitments from National Champions Reed V. Tuckson, M.D., Quality Chasm Summit Committee Chair 4:15 Closing Remarks Reed V. Tuckson, M.D., Quality Chasm Summit Committee Chair 4:30 Summit Adjourns
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