Day 1: Monday, February 25, 2013
Please pick up a boxed lunch in the atrium.
12:30 pm Welcome, introductions, and overview
Welcome from the IOM
Michael McGinnis (Institute of Medicine)
Opening remarks and meeting overview
Dominick Frosch (Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation)
Christine Bechtel (Planning Committee Chair, National Partnership for Women & Families)
12:45 pm Lunch keynote
To Improve, Health Care Must Partner with Patients and Families
Jonathan Welch, Harvard Medical School
1:30 pm Patient-clinician communication and the tools for change
Working from the dual challenges of patients’ effective use of available information and clinicians’ effective integration of available knowledge, explore approaches, and strategies for widespread acceleration of shared decision making.

Session questions:

•  What is the pathway toward increased demand for shared decision making?

•  What are the necessary infrastructure elements to support widespread shared decision making?

•  What strategies exist to create a culture of expectation for shared decision making on the part of both providers and patients/families?

•  What competencies are required of patients, families, and clinicians to support shared decision making?

Moderator: Lyn Paget, Health Policy Partners Presentations:

•  The key elements of information, connectedness, and continuity for patient engagement in health care decisions
Gary Langer, Langer Research Associates

•  Planned patienthood: setting the expectation for shared decision making
Sherrie Kaplan, University of California, Irvine

•  Clinician competencies for effective shared decision making
Eric Holmboe, American Board of Internal Medicine

Audience participation and open discussion

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