Appendix B
Workshop Agenda

Leadership Commitments to Improve Value in Health Care: Finding Common Ground

A Learning Healthcare System Series Workshop

Institute of Medicine Roundtable on Evidence-Based Medicine


Goals:

  1. Identify ways that major healthcare stakeholder sectors can contribute to transformative progress toward a learning healthcare system and achievement of the Evidence-Based Medicine Roundtable goal that 90 percent of clinical decisions will, by 2020, reflect and be supported by accurate, timely, and up-to-date evidence.

  2. Outline, from the perspective of the major healthcare sectors, some immediate opportunities and steps that can be taken within each sector, as well as among sectors, and propose approaches to taking those steps.

  3. Through focused discussion around specific crosscutting issues, develop suggestions for collective efforts—through the Roundtable and beyond—to support the highest-priority transformational initiatives.



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Appendix B Workshop Agenda Leadership Commitments to Improve Value in Health Care: Finding Common Ground A Learning Healthcare System Series Workshop Institute of Medicine Roundtable on Evidence-Based Medicine Goals: 1. Identify ways that major healthcare stakeholder sectors can contribute to transformative progress toward a learning healthcare system and achievement of the Evidence-Based Medicine Round- table goal that 90 percent of clinical decisions will, by 2020, reflect and be supported by accurate, timely, and up-to-date evidence. 2. Outline, from the perspective of the major healthcare sectors, some immediate opportunities and steps that can be taken within each sector, as well as among sectors, and propose approaches to taking those steps. 3. Through focused discussion around specific crosscutting issues, develop suggestions for collective efforts—through the Round- table and beyond—to support the highest-priority transformational initiatives. 2

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2 LEADERSHIP COMMITMENTS TO IMPROVE VALUE IN HEALTH CARE Agenda Day 1: Monday, July 23, 2007 Welcome and Introductory Remarks: Developing a Learning 12:45-1:00 Healthcare System Denis Cortese, Chair, Institute of Medicine Roundtable on Evidence-Based Medicine, and Chief Executive Officer, Mayo Clinic Sector Presentations: Forty minutes for each sector. The coor- 1:00-4:35 dinator will take 15 minutes to describe the one to three most important transformative opportunities identified in the group’s work, as well as the highest-priority cross-sector col- laboration and ways to accomplish it. This will be followed by 2- to 3-minute reactions (to the paper and the highlights) from two workshop participants, selected before the meeting from self-nominees. The last 15 minutes of each sector pre- sentation is reserved for open discussion. Healthcare delivery organization sector strategy highlights 1:00-1:40 Robert Crane, Kaiser Permanente Employer/employee sector strategy highlights 1:40-2:20 Veronica Goff, National Business Group on Health Insurer sector strategy highlights 2:20-3:00 Steven Udvarhelyi, Independence Blue Cross BREAK 3:00-3:15 Healthcare product developer strategy highlights 3:15-3:55 Peter Juhn, Johnson & Johnson Regulatory sector strategy highlights 3:55-4:35 Janet Woodcock, Food and Drug Administration Closing Comments 4:35-4:50 RECEPTION 5:00

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29 APPENDIX B Day 2: Tuesday, July 24, 2007 Welcome and Previous Day Highlights 8:45-9:00 Michael McGinnis, Senior Scholar, Institute of Medicine Sector Presentations: Forty minutes for each sector. The 9:00-11:40 coordinator will take 15 minutes to describe the one to three most important transformative opportunities identified in the group’s work, as well as the highest-priority cross-sector col- laboration and ways to accomplish it. This will be followed by 2- to 3-minute reactions (to the paper and the highlights) from two workshop participants, selected prior to the meet- ing from self-nominees. The last 15 minutes of each sector presentation is reserved for open discussion. Evaluator/clinical research sector strategy highlights 9:00-9:40 Richard Platt, Harvard Medical School and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Health professional sector strategy highlights 9:40-10:20 Rae-Ellen Kavey, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute 10:20-11:00 Patient/consumer sector strategy highlights Joyce Dubow, AARP 11:00-11:40 Information technology sector strategy highlights Michael Gillam, Microsoft 11:40-12:10 LUNCH Crosscutting Issues: Speakers will spend 20 minutes each 12:10-2:30 sharing a perspective on what might be the ideal experience for the patient or provider or in the approach to producing the needed evidence in a timely fashion, assessing how this ideal stacks up against the current pattern, and identifying the primary barriers to progress. Each presentation will conclude with 15 minutes for follow-up questions. 12:10-12:45 Patients Margaret C. Kirk, Chair-Elect, National Health Council; Chief Executive Officer Y-ME National Breast Cancer Organization

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0 LEADERSHIP COMMITMENTS TO IMPROVE VALUE IN HEALTH CARE Providers 12:45-1:20 Terry McGeeney, President and Chief Executive Officer, TransforMED Evidence 1:20-1:55 Sean Tunis, Founder and Director, Center for Medical Technology Policy Sector reactor panel 1:55-2:30 Open “Town Hall” Discussion 2:30-4:00 Wrap-up and next steps 4:00-4:30 Denis Cortese, Chair, Roundtable on Evidence-Based Medicine, and Chief Executive Officer, Mayo Clinic Michael McGinnis, Senior Scholar, Institute of Medicine ADJOURN 4:30