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Append ix B INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCI ENCES 2101 Constitution Ave., N.W. Washington, D.C. 20418 October 27-28, 1983 CONFEREN CE PROGRAM ~ STRATEGIES FOR REFORM OF PHYSICIAN PAYMENTS ~ Thursday, October 27 3:00 p.m. OPENING PLENARY SESSION Lecture Room Introductory remarks Frederick C. Robbins, M.D., President, Institute of Medicine Paul B. Beeson, M.D., Conference Chairman Perspectives on Physician Payment Issues Carl J. Schramm, Ph.D., J.S., Associate Professor, Johns Hopkins University and Director of Center for Health Finance and Management, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions R. Don Blim, M.D., Pediatrician Richard S. Wilbur, M.D., Executive Vice President, Council of Medical Specialty Societies John D. Crosier Executive Director, Massachusetts Business Roundtable 4:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. OPENING DISCUSSION OF ISSUES AND CONF ERENCE OBJECT IVES ADJOURNMENT Conference participants are invited to a wine and cheese reception in the Great Hall immediately following ad journment 110

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Friday, October 28 8:30 a.m. WORKSHOPS (See room assignment below) Each workshop will address these questions 1. What are the appropriate objectives for a method of paying for physicians' services? 2. How do existing methods meet or fail to meet those objectives? How strong is the evidence? What new methods have been proposed or implemented, and what is known about their effects? 4. What mechanisms exist for modifying methods of payment today and what new mechanisms might emerge in the future? 5. How might the Institute of Medicine contribute to a reconsideration of physician payment practices by government, private purchasers of health care, phys ic tans, and the public? GROUP GROUP II GROUP III GROUP IV GROUP V GROUP VI 11:30 a.m Stanley B. Jones, Chairman John R. Hogness, Chairman Robert W. Jamplis, Chairman Neil J. Elgee, Chairman William R. Roy, Chairman Arthur E. Hess, Chairman CONCLUDING PLENARY SESSION Reports by workshop chairmen and open discussion of suggestions for Institute of Medicine 1:00 p.m. ADJOURNMENT 111 Room 150 Room 18 0 Room 2 5 0 Room 280 Lecture Room Boa rd Room LECTURE ROOM