3:00 pm Break
3:15 pm

Patient-clinician communication and the tools for change (continued)

•  Innovative models of shared decision making:

o Building a culture that promotes shared decision making
Grace Lin, University of California, San Francisco

o The patient support corps: An innovative staffing approach to support patients in shared decision making
Jeff Belkora, Margot Zarin-Pass, and Ekene Obi-Okoye, University of California San Francisco

o Implementing decision aids for increased patient engagement and reduced costs
David Arterburn, GroupHealth

Audience participation and open discussion
4:30 pm Summary and preview of next day
5:00 pm Adjourn
Day 2: Tuesday, February 26, 2013
7:30 am Coffee and light breakfast available
8:00 am Welcome, brief agenda overview
Christine Bechtel, National Partnership for Women & Families (Planning Committee Chair)
8:15 am Knowledge generation and care improvement
As many patients support sharing their protected clinical and outcomes data for research that improves care and outcomes for all patients, identify potential pathways and strategies for improved sharing, and use of insights gained from the care experience.

Session questions:

•  What is the state of play with respect to using patient data for research and care improvement?

o Patient perceptions

o Research realities

o Regulatory environment

•  How does public opinion on research for care improvement demonstrate support for increased data sharing? What barriers are present in the



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