2010 ICSI/IHI Colloquium on Health Care Transformation
This year ICSI and IHI will offer three distinct tracks so that you can hone in on topics most relevant to your success: Track One: Quality and Safety, Track Two: Leadership and Health Care Reform, Track Three: Innovation
- Date: May 3 – 05, 2010
On Health Care Transformation
Innovation and Quality in
A Time of Health Care Reform
St. Paul RiverCentre, St. Paul, MN, May 3-5, 2010
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Keynoters and Pre-Conference Workshops Now Set!
Health care reform has been THE focus in 2009. Our ICSI/IHI Colloquium promises to be one of THE best events in 2010 to help you lead, implement and benefit from the current transformation in health care. We recommend you invest in your future by putting aside funds now so your key staff can attend the Colloquium next May.
This year’s Colloquium will offer three distinct tracks so that you can hone in on topics most relevant to your success. Our program is built with a powerhouse of experts and topics we’ve lined up in these tracks:
- Track One: Quality and Safety
- Track Two: Leadership and Health Care Reform
- Track Three: Innovation
May 4: Keynoter, David Shulkin, MD, The Fate of Quality in the Era of Reform and Economic Challenges
For the past two years, Dr. David Shulkin has made the list of the 50 most powerful physicians/executives in the U.S. There isn’t much that Dr. Shulkin has not done in the worlds of quality and health care. He served as the Chief Medical Officer of the University of Pennsylvania, founded and led a quality start-up company DoctorQuality, Inc., and most recently served as President and CEO of Beth Israel Medical Center in New York City. If anyone can give guidance on how to maintain quality in care delivery in today’s environment, it’s Dr. Shulkin.
May 5: Keynoter, Dave deBronkart, What ePatient Dave Wants from Hospitals and Doctors: How PHRs Should Work
Dave deBronkart wasn’t looking to become a spokesperson for the empowered patient movement. He was just trying to cope with his kidney cancer and use Google to manage his patient health record (PHR). When his hospital moved his information to his PHR, his records said he had diseases he had never had. Today hospital executives, Google, US News and World Report and others turn to Mr. deBronkart for advice on how PHRs should work in today’s health care. This session is for everyone who wants to avoid pitfalls in using PHRs to transform their enterprise.
Pre-conference Workshops, May 3, 1-4 p.m.
Implementing Shared Decision Making in Clinical Practice
Shared decision making (SDM) helps people make health-related decisions that are consistent with medical evidence and concordant with their preferences—especially when choosing among multiple treatment options with different risks and benefits. Attendees will learn about the challenges and benefits of SDM, and how to implement it in their organizations to help patients make more informed decisions. This workshop will be moderated by Marcus Thygeson, MD, Associate Medical Director, HealthPartners, and addressed by members of the Minnesota Shared Decision Making Collaborative: Karen Kraemer, RN, Vice President for Care and Diseases Management, HealthPartners; Victor Montori, MD, Director, Knowledge and Encounter Research Unit, Mayo Clinic; Lawrence Morrissey, MD, Medical Director for Quality, Stillwater Medical Group; and Megan Remark, MBA, MHA, Vice President Specialty Care, HealthPartners Medical Group.
So You Want to Be a Nurse or Physician Executive? How to Do It; What to Expect.
This session will provide a tremendous career-building opportunity with insights from these experts: Kent Bottles, MD, ICSI President; K. James Ehlen, MD, CEO, RespirTech; Patrick Herson, MD, Vice President, Fairview Health Services; Joanne Disch, RN, PhD, Director of the Katharine J. Densford International Center for Nursing Leadership, University of Minnesota School of Nursing; and Shirley Brekken, RN, PhD, Executive Director, State of Minnesota Board of Nursing. This panel will outline what it takes to become a nurse or physician executive, what to expect during the process, and what kind of position and demands will result from the fruits of your labor—especially in light of the ongoing health care transformation.
What Hospitals and Doctors Should Know About Patient Social Networks
Patients are becoming more informed and united through social networks. This is rapidly changing the traditional provider-patient relationship, and how care is delivered. Gary Oftedahl, MD, ICSI’s Chief Knowledge Officer, will moderate a discussion featuring Amy Tenderich of DiabetesMine, and Ben Heywood of Patientslikeme. You’ll come away knowing how this growing movement will impact your organization and you personally, as well as how you can engage this different patient base.
Other Confirmed Speakers and/or Topics
Quality and Safety Track
- Example of a Successful Health Care Home. Brenda Reiss-Brennan, MS, APRN, CS, Mental Health Integration Leader, Intermountain Healthcare, Salt Lake City, UT.
- Health Care Home Lexicon/Archetype. CJ Peek, MD, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis; Gary Oftedahl, MD, Chief Knowledge Officer, ICSI, Bloomington, MN, and a representative of the Minnesota Department of Health.
- Meeting Multiple Goals for a Medicare Demonstration Project. Ted Praxel, MD, Marshfield Clinic, Marshfield, WI.
- What Early Findings From the DIAMOND Program Tell Us About Health Care Homes. Nancy Jaeckels, Vice President of Member Relations and Strategic Initiatives, and Janet Jorgenson-Rathke, Clinical Systems Improvement Facilitator, ICSI, Bloomington, MN, and representatives from two DIAMOND clinics.
- Integrating Quality Improvement into Medical Education. Carl Patow, MD, MPH, FACS, Executive Director, and Marcella De La Torre, MA, Manager, Performance Improvement of Graduate Medical Education, HealthPartners Institute of Medical Education, Bloomington, MN.
- Palliative Care Panel. Cally Vinz, RN, Vice President of Clinical Products and Strategic Initiatives, and Linda Setterlund, MA, Clinical Systems Improvement Facilitator, ICSI, Bloomington, MN, Moderators. Panelists: Barry Baines, MD, Medical Director, UCare, Minneapolis, MN, and Kathy Bassett, Patient Representative.
- Understanding and the Use of Dashboards. Richard Scoville, PhD, University of North Carolina, School of Public Health, Department of Health Policy Management, Chapel Hill, NC.
Leadership and Reform Track
- An Accountable Care Organization Model. Bill Weeks, MD, MBA, The Dartmouth Atlas of Health Care, Lebanon, NH.
- Health Care Reform: National and State Perspectives. Doug Wood, MD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN.
- Ethical Issues in Health Care. Susan Wolf, McKnight Presidential Professor of Law, Medicine & Public Policy, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN.
- Concept and Key Principles of an Accountable Care Organization. Harold Miller, President and CEO, Network for Regional HealthCare Improvement, Pittsburgh, PA.
- Social Media to Social Data and Back—Implications for Surveillance, Clinical Trials and Clinical Oncology Practice. Gilles Frydman, ACOR, New York, NY.
- Cheerleading, Shibboleths & Disease-mongering: Why It Matters to Grade the News. Gary Schwitzer, Publisher, HealthNewsReview.org, St. Paul, MN.
- Leadership. Jim Conway, MS, Senior Fellow, Institute for Healthcare Improvement, Cambridge, MA
- How Hospitals and Doctors Can Benefit from Social Media. Lee Aase, Manager of Syndication and Social Media, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, and Arik Hanson, Fairview Health Services, Minneapolis, MN.
- The Cell Phone as Killer Application in Health Care. Neil Busis, MD, Pittsburgh Neurology Center, Pittsburgh, PA.
- Evidence-based vs. Experience-based Medicine: Are Both Needed in the 21st Century? Kent Bottles, MD, President, ICSI, Bloomington, MN, Moderator; Amy Tenderich, DiabetesMine, San Francisco, CA; Ben Heywood, Patientslikeme, Newton, MA; ePatient Dave deBronkart, Nashua, MA; Scott Weingarten, Zynx Health, Los Angeles, CA; Jen McCabe Gorman, Contagion Health, San Francisco, CA, and Dave Shulkin.
- How Doctors and Hospitals Can Make Money in a Post-Reform, Health 2.0 World. Paul Roemer, CEO, HealthCare IT Strategy, Downingtown, PA.
- Web 2.0 Tools for Medical Practices and for Health Plans. Mary Wittenbreer, Jennifer Neville, and Jennifer Feeken, Librarians, HealthPartners Regions Hospital, St. Paul, MN.
- The Role of PHR’s in the Transformed Health Care Delivery System with Empowered Patients. Kent Bottles, MD, President, ICSI, Bloomington, MN, Moderator; Roni Zeiger, MD, Health Product Manager, Google, Mountain View, CA; Sam Butler, MD, Epic, Verona, WI, and Sidna Scheitel MD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, MicroSoftVault.
- How Can Hospitals, Doctors, Nurses, Allied Health Professionals, and Patients Use Second Life? Robin Ashford, Reference and Distance Services Librarian, George Fox University, Portland, OR.
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