Join PHA and our not-to-be-missed lineup of industry thought leaders!
Join PHA and our not-to-be-missed lineup of industry thought leaders!
2020 Innovation Summit and Capitol Caucus - Announcing Our Not to Miss Agenda of Leading Health Care Experts!
Emerging Population Health Management Strategies
In Our New Era of Health Care

October 27th & 28th, 2020

Presented Virtually by the Population Health Alliance
Presented virtually by PHA, your national trade association dedicated to Population Health Management, the 2020 Innovation Summit & Capitol Caucus will gather key leadership from across the health care industry and leading health policy analysts for two days of education and networking with peers across the country. Alongside inspiring keynotes the innovation showcase, roundtable office hours with the association’s esteemed Board of Directors, and the annual membership meeting, this event will present pop health’s powerful path forward for success in improving health outcomes, driving affordability, and presenting participants with capabilities and networking opportunities to strengthen and grow their business.

The 2020 event will be a fully interactive virtual program centered on: emerging high-value population health innovations in care delivery and management, planning for post-election policy scenarios, a renewed approach to social determinants of health, and capital and investment analysis.

2020 Agenda:

Welcome To The New Era of Health Care

  • Jaan Sidorov, MD: CEO & President, PA Clinical Network and President, Population Health Alliance
Welcome to PHA’s 2020 Innovation Summit and Capitol Caucus. PHA President Jaan Sidorov, MD will open with an introduction of our esteemed lineup of speakers and the Summit’s 4 key topic areas: emerging high-value population health innovations in care delivery and management, planning for post-election policy scenarios, a renewed approach to social determinants of health, and capital and investment analysis.

Opening Keynote: Informed Decision Making in our New Era of Health Care – Equipping Population Health Managers for Success

  • Kyu Rhee, MD, MPP: Vice President and Chief Health Officer, IBM Corporation and IBM Watson Health
At a time of tremendous upheaval in the delivery of health care, there have never been more powerful and sophisticated tools available to help practitioners thrive in population health management. When data, technology, and expertise are built to work cohesively we can reinvent health care delivery to offer control to consumers, align incentives to optimize outcomes and spend, meet the consumer where they are, and act more collaboratively to better serve our populations & communities. Worldwide, regular citizens, front line health care workers, and lab-scientists have stepped up in a global emergency effort to flatten the COVID-19 curve. But mental illness, chronic disease, and health inequities are in a similar state of emergency and should be treated with urgency and global unity. In this welcome keynote address, Dr. Rhee will present the promising opportunities forced by 2020 changes and look ahead to what future care will look like for hospitals, systems, employers, and the Chief Health Officer.

Population-Based Primary Care: How Village MD’s Innovative Partnerships Create State of the Art Care Delivery and a Refreshing Consumer Experience

A population-based approach to primary care has never been more important as six of ten Americans today live with at least one chronic condition requiring multiple daily medications. Village MD clinical data show that an integrated pharmacy and primary care approach is key to increasing medication adherence and improved patient outcomes. When combined with convenient access and a care delivery process that consistently earns high customer satisfaction, Village MD is innovating primary care delivery for the unique needs in our new era of population health management.

Behavioral Health – An Essential Role in Population Health Management

  • Ron Manderscheid, PhD: Executive Director, National Association of County Behavioral Health and Developmental Disability Directors
Perhaps more than ever before, an innovative, focused, ambitious behavioral health plan will help shift your population health management strategy from a house of cards to look more like a fortress. In this keynote presentation, Dr. Manderscheid will look ahead at the long-term impacts of COVID-19 on behavioral health and explore some of the promising actions that health care practitioners, plans, employers, and policy-decision makers should consider for curbing the damage and begin improving behavioral health outcomes.

Post-Election Health Care Policy Scenarios

Begin your 2021 strategic planning by preparing for various policy scenarios that could be at play given the potential election outcomes. Instead of predicting the winners and losers, this panel will prepare you for likely policy shifts under several different Congressional and Executive election outcomes. Congresswoman Allyson Y Schwartz and Sara Singleton bring a unique perspective rooted in deep relationships with the key policy decision-makers on both sides of the aisle.

A Renewed Approach to Social Determinants of Health

  • Daphne Bascom, MD, PhD: Vice President, Population Health, Saint Luke’s Health System
  • Lori Fresina: Vice President and Executive Director of Voices for Healthy Kids, American Heart Association
  • Sara Singleton: Principal, Leavitt Partners and advisor to NASDOH
For years many have understood that the Social Determinants of Health (SDoH) are highly correlated with higher costs, poorer personal and vulnerable population outcomes, and less consumer satisfaction with health care. Whether through intervention pilots, deep community engagement, true grassroots advocacy, or shifting quality measures, population health is increasingly equipped with actionable levers to address poverty and other key social determinants through an evidence-based intervention or “treatment” process. Each representing a unique experience with community engagement, these panelists’ insights will help practitioners formulate their SDoH action plans.

Academic Analytics and Business Analytics: Creating Credibility in Both

Data management, interoperability, predictive analytics, and artificial intelligence have been touted for years as the most powerful lever available for successful population health management. Yet the understanding of analytical output as it relates to management and policy decision making is still in its very nascent stages. In this panel, Dr. Alan Spiro and Mayur Yermaneni will describe the recent acceleration and forced changes of recent months, and how these will impact your population health management strategy in 2021 and beyond.

Closing Panel – Growing and Promising Investments in the Health Care Services Industry in Tumultuous Times

  • Nancy Brown: General Partner, Oak HC/FT
  • Tom Scully, JD: General Partner, Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe and Former CMS Administrator
  • Lance Wilkes: VP, Sr. Equity Analyst, Sanford C. Bernstein
  • Rose Maljanian: CEO, HealthCAWS, Chairman Emeritus, Population Health Alliance, and Business Advisor, WaveEdge Capital (Host & Moderator)
Presented through vantage points from Investment Banking, Private Equity and Venture Capital, this panel will conclude day 1 of the Summit by discussing the roles and perspectives of investors in health care services. Emphasis will include digital care and telehealth, primary care and retail, behavioral health, senior health and home care.

Day 2: Showcasing Innovation

Opening Keynote: The Role of Innovation in Investment Analysis

  • Ravi Sachdev: Partner, Clayton, Dubilier & Rice, LLC
  • Jaan Sidorov, MD: Chief Executive Officer, Care Centered Collaborative and President-Elect, PHA (Discussion Moderator)
The national movement from volume to value has raised a requirement that effective innovation be at the front and center of any health care company’s strategy, across the spectrum of care delivery. In this opening keynote presentation of our second day of learning, Ravi Sachdev will present the role of innovation in the pursuit of success in value-based care arrangements. The audience will learn how private equity managers analyze a company's innovation structure as well as hear about some of the developing opportunities for creativity and experimentation in our new era of health care.

Innovation Showcase

A Series of Rapid-Fire Presentations of Leading Pop Health Innovations - Showcase Your Innovation

Closing Panel – The Direct and Indirect Impact of COVID-19 on Health and Health Care Delivery

  • Gary Jacobs: President, Village Medical at Home
  • Robert A. Gabbay, MD, PhD: Chief Science & Medical Officer, American Diabetes Association
  • Ron Manderscheid, PhD: Executive Director, National Association of County Behavioral Health and Developmental Disability Directors
  • Ray Fabius, MD: Co-Founder & President, HealthNEXT, Co-Chair of Program & Membership, PHA (Host & Moderator)
The impact of the pandemic on the entire population health continuum has been significant. In fact, one could argue that the indirect impacts on health and wellbeing are greater than the impacts being tracked at present by the CDC, Johns Hopkins and others. In this panel, experts in primary care, chronic care management, hospital and intensive care, as well as behavioral health, will elucidate the broader impact of SAR-2 on population health and provide guidance to mitigate these issues as we conclude two days of learning.
"It's very rare that all the sessions are relevant, but I thought this was an excellent agenda.
The amount of Q&A was really great." - 2019 Attendee


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