Population Health Colloquium
Population Health Colloquium
Population Health Colloquium
Population Health Colloquium
Population Health Colloquium
Population Health Colloquium



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Population Health Colloquium

SEVENTEENTH POPULATION
HEALTH COLLOQUIUM

March 27 - 29, 2017

ONSITE
Loews Philadelphia Hotel
Philadelphia, PA

WEBCAST
In your own office or home live via the Internet
with 24/7 access for six months
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Jeff Arnold
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Sharecare, Atlanta, GA

Allison Brennan, MPP
Vice President of Policy, National Association of ACOs, Washington, DC

Joseph F. Coughlin, PhD
Founder and Director, MIT AgeLab, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA

Gregory Dorn, MD, MPH
President, Hearst Health, San Francisco, CA

Michael J. Dowling
Chief Executive Officer and President, Northwell Health, Former Senior Vice President, Empire Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Former Director, New York State Department of Health, New York, NY

Chris Hunter, MBA
Senior Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer, Humana, Inc., Louisville, KY

Stephen K. Klasko, MD, MBA
President and Chief Executive Officer, Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health, Philadelphia, PA

Gerald Meklaus, MHSA
Partner, NA Clinical and Health Management Services, Accenture, Philadelphia, PA

Lisa Simpson, MD, BCh, MPH, FAAP
President and Chief Executive Officer, AcademyHealth, Deputy Director of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Washington, DC

Marilyn Tavenner
Chief Executive Officer, America's Health Insurance Plans, Former Administrator, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Former Virginia Secretary of Health and Human Resources, Washington, DC

Kent Thiry, MBA
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, DaVita HealthCare Partners Inc., Denver, CO

Donato J. Tramuto
President and Chief Executive Officer, Healthways; Founder, Health eVillages, Nashville, TN

Tom Zajac
Chief Executive Officer and Business Group Leader, Population Health Management, Philips, Alpharetta, GA
FEATURING PLENARY SESSIONS:
  • The Future of Managed Care
  • From the Front Lines: Continuous Health Strategies to Enable PHM Success
  • Good Health is Good Business: The Results of an Innovative Alignment with Physicians and Communities
  • APM's, MACRA/MIPS: The Provider's Perspective
  • Population Health Leaders Panel
  • Don't Listen to the Naysayers: Leadership Principles in a Changing Environment
  • "Stone Soup" and Other Analogies for Building Community through Collaboration
  • Building a Better Future
  • Health Leaders Panel


MINI SUMMITS:
  • Advancing Interoperability Across Care Settings
  • Executive Perspectives on the Transformation to Value-Based Care
  • The "Ultimate Game Changers" Game -- How Will Healthcare Change in 2017
  • The Voice of the Patient

AND CONCURRENT SESSIONS:
  • Creating a Culture of Wellness: Developing and Executing a Population Health Strategy
  • Underserved Populations
  • Science, Innovation and Discovery
  • Patient Engagement
  • Predictive Analytics and Technology

POPULATION HEALTH TRAINING PROGRAM

The National Population Health Colloquium is offering a Training Program, sponsored by the Jefferson College of Population Health, in the form of an optional continuing professional education course within the conference for attendees wishing to take a deeper dive into the Colloquium's subject matter. The Program requirements are: Completion of pre-course readings (3 hours); Attend Preconference I, either in person or online; Attend Colloquium either in person or online and Successful completion of the post-conference exam online. Attendees who successfully complete Program requirements will receive a certificate of completion.

AND FEATURING A SPECIAL PRECONFERENCE: POPULATION HEALTH ALLIANCE FORUM 2017 - STAKEHOLDERS UNITED FOR POPULATION HEALTH™

The Population Health Alliance PHA Forum 2017 - Stakeholders United for Population Health™ will be held on Monday, March 27th from 8 am - Noon in conjunction with the Population Health Colloquium in Philadelphia, PA. This session will include exciting presentations and panels on industry wide and focused topics to include population health future trends, senior health and life sciences implications for population health. The session will close with a panel represented by the Population Health Alliance Board of Directors called Looking Glass which will give you a view into the strategic initiatives supported by PHA.

POPULATION HEALTH LEADERS ROUNDTABLE

Madeleine Biondolillo, MD
Vice President, Quality and Safety, Premier, Inc., Charlotte, NC

Ronald Greeno, MD, FCCP, MHM
Senior Advisor for Medical Affairs, TeamHealth, North Hollywood, CA

Saranya Loehrer, MD, MPH
Executive Director of North America Strategy and Operations, Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI), Houston, TX

Rita Numerof, PhD
President, Numerof & Associates, Inc., St. Louis, MO

Mary O'Dowd, MPH
Executive Director, Health Systems and Population Health Integration, Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences, New Brunswick, NJ

Jennifer J. Schneider, MD, MS
Chief Medical Officer, Livongo; Former Chief Medical Officer, Castlight Health, Mountain View, CA

Terri Steinberg, MD, MBA
Chief Health Informatics Officer, Vice President, Population Health, Christiana Care Health System, New Castle, DE

Anthony Wehbe, DO, MBA, FACOI
Chief Population Health Executive, Kennedy Health Alliance, Voorhees, NJ

Leana S. Wen, MD, MSc
Health Commissioner, Baltimore City Health Department, Baltimore, MD
FEATURED FACULTY

Paul Alper
Chairman, The Electronic Hand Hygiene Compliance Organization (EHCO); Vice President Patient Safety Strategy, DebMed, Charlotte, NC

Vikas Arya
Principal of Strategy, xScion Solutions, Gaithersburg, MD

Scott Becker
Former Chief Executive Officer, Conemaugh Health System, Johnstown, PA

Vivian H. Coates, MBA
Vice President, Information Services and Health Technology Assessment, ECRI Institute, Plymouth Meeting, PA

Jeff Cohn, MD, MHCM
Common Practice, Medical Director, Former Chief Quality Officer and Patient Safety Officer, Einstein Healthcare Network, Philadelphia, PA

Francis R Colangelo, MD, FACP
Chief Quality Officer, Premier Medical Associates, Murrysville, PA

Jeff Dobro, MD
Chief Medical Officer, RedBrick Health, New York, NY

Gregory Dorn, MD, MPH
President, Hearst Health, Former President, First Databank, Former President, Zynx Health, San Francisco, CA




Kimberlee Douglas, RLA, ASLA
Director and Associate Professor, Landscape Architecture Program, Director, Lab for Urban and Social Innovation, College of Architecture and the Built Environment, Philadelphia University, Philadelphia, PA

Michael J. Dowling
President and Chief Executive Officer, Northwell Health, Former Senior Vice President, Empire Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Former Director of Health, New York Education and Human Services, Great Neck, NY

Karen Drenkard, PhD, RN
Senior Vice President/ Chief Clinical Officer and Chief Nurse, ONeil Center at GetWellNetwork Inc., Bethesda, MD

Annette Dubard, MD, MPH
Chief Health Information Officer and Senior Vice President, for Population Health Analytics, Community Care of NC, Raleigh, NC

Bob Esposito
Chief Executive Officer, NAVEOS, Sterling, VA

Herb Fillmore
Senior Director of Population Health and Strategic Innovation, 3M, New York, NY

Jerome H. Finkel, MD, MHA, FACP
President and Chief Executive Officer, Alliance Health; Medical Director, Greater Macomb Physician Hospital Organization; Regional Medical Director, Henry Ford Physician Network, Mt. Clemens, MI

Daniel Foltz
President and Managing Director, Parnassus Consulting, Ardmore, PA

Toby Freier
President, New Ulm Medical Center, Vice President, West Region Community Hospitals
of Allina Health,
New Ulm, MN

Scott M. Frisch
Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, AARP, Washington, DC

Susan Frostén, RA, LEED AP BD+C
Associate Provost, Associate Professor, College of Architecture and the Built Environment, Philadelphia University, Philadelphia, PA

Michael Fuccillo, PhD
Chief Science Officer, Wellth, New York, NY

Scott Guerin, PhD
Senior Director of Government Policy Systems and Analytics, The Access Group, Berkeley Heights, NJ

Drew A. Harris, DPM, MPH
Director, Health Policy and Population Health Programs, Jefferson College of Population Health, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA

Amy Nguyen Howell, MD, MBA, FAAFP
Chief Medical Officer, CAPG, the Voice of Accountable Physician Groups, Los Angeles, CA

Jesse James, MD, MBA, CMIO
Evolent, Arlington, VA

Erik Johnson, MBA
Vice President and Practice Lead for Value-Based Care, Optum, Washington, DC

William Kassler, MD, MPH
Deputy Chief Health Officer and Lead Population Health Officer, IBM Watson Health, Manchester, NH

Joseph Lamantia, MHA
Chief of Operations for Population Health, Stony Brook Medicine/Suffolk Care Collaborative, Hauppauge, NY

Al Lewis, PhD
Independent Validator, Validation Institute; Chief Executive Officer, Quizzify, Wellesley, MA

Susan M. Mann
President, 1889 Foundation; President, Conemaugh Health Foundation, Johnstown, PA

Russ Mohawk
President and Chief Executive Officer of Health Plans and Population Health Services, Inova Health Systems, Falls Church, VA

Michael O'Neil, JD, MBA
Founder and Chief Executive Officer, GetWellNetwork Inc., Bethesda, MD

Norma A. Padron, PhD, MPH, MA
Associate Director, Center for Population Health Research, Lankenau Institute for Medical Research; Assistant Professor, Jefferson College of Population Health, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA

Linda K. Riddell, MS
Independent Validator, Validation Institute; Principal, Health Economy LLC, Cape Elizabeth, ME

Tom Riley
Chief Executive Officer, Tapcloud, Northbrook, IL

William Riley, PhD
Professor, School for the Science of Health Care Delivery, Arizona State University, Former CEO, Pacific Medical Center, Former CEO, Aspen Medical Group, Tempe, AZ

Jennifer J. Schneider, MD, MS
Chief Medical Officer, Livongo, Former Chief Medical Officer, Castlight Health, Mountain View, CA

Brian Silverstein, MD
President, HC Wisdom, Glencoe, IL

Richard Stefanacci, DO, MGH, MBA, AGSF, CMD
Chief Medical Officer, The Access Group; Jefferson College of Population Health Faculty, Berkeley Heights, NJ

Ellen Swartwout, PhD, RN, NEA-BC
Vice President/Research and Analytics, O'Neil Center at GetWellNetwork, Bethesda, MD

Angie Truesdale
Chief Executive Officer, Centering Healthcare Institute, Former Vice President, Public Policy, National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization, Former Director, Federal Government Affairs, American Diabetes Association, Boston, MA

Susan Walsh, MD
Vice President Population Health, Medical Director, ACO, Department of Medicine, Jersey City Medical Center- Barnabas Health, Jersey City, NJ

Lawrence Ward, MD
Vice Chair for Clinical Practice and Quality, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA

Mark Wendling, MD
Executive Director, Lehigh Valley Physician Hospital Organization/Valley Preferred, Emmaus, PA

Eric Widen
Chief Executive Officer, HBI Solutions, Palo Alto, CA

Natalia Wilson, MD, MPH
Clinical Associate Professor, School for the Science of Health Care Delivery, Faculty, Barrett the Honors College, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ
2017 HEARST HEALTH PRIZE FOR EXCELLENCE IN POPULATION HEALTH
SUBMISSIONS CLOSED FOR THE 2017 HEARST HEALTH PRIZE

The current Hearst Health Prize competition is closed.
Submissions are no longer being accepted.

For updated information, please visit www.Jefferson.edu/HearstHealthPrize.

  • Finalists will be announced in January 2017
  • Winner will be announced on March 28, 2017 at the Population Health Colloquium in Philadelphia
  • The next cycle will open for submissions in Spring 2017


The winner will receive a $100,000 cash prize in recognition of outstanding achievement in managing or improving population health.

SEVENTEENTH POPULATION HEALTH COLLOQUIUM

March 27 - 29, 2017
ONSITE
Loews Philadelphia Hotel
Philadelphia, PA


OR
WEBCAST
In your own office or home live via the Internet
with 24/7 access for six months


EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION
- SAVE UP TO $800 -

Register by Friday, February 3, 2017 and save up to $800.
Click here to register.

COLLOQUIUM BROCHURE
NOW AVAILABLE

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CHAIR

David B. Nash, MD, MBA, FACP
Dean, Jefferson College of Population Health, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA

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CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS
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TUITION SCHOLARSHIPS
The Population Health Colloquium is now offering a limited number of partial and full Tuition Scholarships to qualifying representatives of local, state and federal government, consumer advocate organizations, safety net providers, academics, students and health services research organizations.
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CONFERENCE ATTENDANCE OPTIONS
TRADITIONAL CONFERENCE ATTENDANCE
Register for Preconference and/or Conference, attend in person and enjoy networking opportunities.


LIVE AND ARCHIVED INTERNET ATTENDANCE
Watch the conference in live streaming video over the Internet and at your convenience at any time 24/7 for the six months following the event.

The archived conference includes speaker videos and coordinated PowerPoint presentations.

Pros: Live digital feed and 24/7 Internet access for next six months; Accessible in office, at home or anywhere worldwide with Internet access; Avoid travel expense and hassle; No time away from the office


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THE 2016 SIXTEENTH POPULATION HEALTH COLLOQUIUM CONTENT IS
NOW AVAILABLE IN VARIOUS POST CONFERENCE FORMATS

The 2016 Sixteenth Population Health Colloquium conference content is now available in a variety of formats.

You may now purchase the packaged Population Health Training Program, which includes preconference readings, the conference video with synchronized PowerPoint presentations and the post conference online exam. This content is perfect for corporate compliance training programs and can be purchased at deep group discounts.

Alternatively, you may purchase just the Colloquium streaming content in the following formats: Flash Drive or online archive (6 months). You may also purchase individual presentations in an online archive (6 months) format.

THE COMPLETE ONLINE POPULATION HEALTH TRAINING PROGRAM IS NOW AVAILABLE

  • Includes:
    • Background readings (available online)
    • Streaming Video of entire Population Health Colloquium with synchronized PowerPoint presentations (6 months of access - 24/7)
    • Online examination with certificate of completion
  • Purchase individually for $595
  • Or license multiple seats as follows:
    • 5 or more for $495 each
    • 10 or more for $395 each
    • 15 or more for $295 each
    • 20 or more for $195 each

YOU CAN PURCHASE JUST THE 2016 SIXTEENTH POPULATION HEALTH COLLOQUIUM CONTENT AS FOLLOWS:

Online Archive of 2016 Sixteenth Population Health Colloquium Presentations today!
Complete conference: $595
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Flash Drive of 2016 Sixteenth Population Health Colloquium Presentations today!
$595
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FINALLY YOU MAY PURCHASE 2016 SIXTEENTH POPULATION HEALTH COLLOQUIUM INDIVIDUAL PRESENTATIONS:

Click here to purchase individual presentations for $59.95 in online archive format (6 months of access - 24/7).



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