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A Workshop Agenda 8:30-8:45 Welcome and Introduction George Isham, M.D., M.S. Chair, IOM Roundtable on Health Literacy 8:45-9:15 Health Literacy and the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Stephen Somers, Ph.D. Roopa Mahadevan, M.A. President Program Associate Center for Health Care Center for Health Care Strategies Strategies 9:15-9:30 2010—The Year of Health Literacy Anand Parekh, M.D., M.P.H. Deputy Assistant Secretary for Health 9:30-10:15 Discussion 10:15-10:30 BREAK 10:30-12:15 PANEL: Opportunities for and Challenges to Individuals Under the New Law Participants will be sent the commissioned paper in advance. Speaking within the context of the paper, each will be asked to identify the health literacy opportunities and challenges to individuals within the provisions of the law. 57

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58 HEALTH LITERACY IMPLICATIONS FOR HEALTH CARE REFORM 10:30-10:45 Vulnerable Populations Cheryl Bettigole, M.D. Clinical Director, HC#10 Philadelphia Department of Health 10:45-11:00 Children Lee Sanders, M.D., M.P.H. Associate Professor University of Miami Miller School of Medicine 11:00-11:15 Seniors with Health Problems Harold Fallon, M.D. Dean Emeritus School of Medicine University of Alabama at Birmingham 11:15-11:30 Populations with Behavioral Health Issues* Carolyn Cocotas, R.T., M.P.A. Senior Vice President Quality and Corporate Compliance F.E.G.S. Health and Human Services System 11:30-12:15 Discussion 12:15-1:15 LUNCH 1:15-3:00 PANEL: Opportunities for and Challenges to Those Implementing the Law Participants will be sent the commissioned paper in advance. Speaking within the context of the paper, each will be asked to identify the health literacy opportunities and challenges to organizations involved in implementing the provisions of the law. 1:15-1:30 CMS Frank Funderburk Director, Division of Research Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services * Carolyn Cocotas was unable to attend the workshop.

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59 APPENDIX A 1:30-1:45 Insurer Susan Pisano, M.A. Vice President of Communications America’s Health Insurance Plans 1:45-2:00 Quality Sarah Scholle, Dr.P.H. Assistant Vice President for Research and Analysis National Committee on Quality Assurance 2:00-2:15 American Society of Health System Pharmacists Gerald McEvoy, Pharm.D. Assistant Vice President for Drug Information American Society of Health-Systems Pharmacists 2:15-3:00 Discussion 3:00-3:30 PANEL: How Can Health Literacy Facilitate Health Care Reform? Each speaker will have 10 minutes to describe what he or she identifies as ways in which health literacy can facilitate the implementation of provisions in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act George Isham, M.D., Medical Director and Chief Health Officer HealthPartners Ruth Parker, M.D., Professor of Medicine Emory University School of Medicine Scott Ratzan, M.D., Vice President, Global Health Johnson & Johnson 3:30-4:00 General Discussion 4:00 ADJOURN

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