2014 Annual Conference

Pre-Conference Immersion Sessions

Thursday, April 3, 2014

Pre-conference Immersion Session 101
Collaborative for Clinical Integration and Value
The CCIV immersion session will explore the clinical integration journeys of medical groups and health systems. Within each featured case study by Baptist Medical Group, Baylor Health Care System, and Sutter Health, participants will be exposed to the challenges and opportunities experienced by each organization as they worked to successfully integrate medical groups into health systems.
Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to describe how various organizations are achieving clinical integration, aligning physicians, and creating collaborative cultures to improve access and outcomes for patients; and describe how these strategies can be applied in their own organizations.

Integrations: Drivers, Design and Strategy
Daniel K. Zismer, PhD, Professor and MHA Program Director, School of Public Health, Division of Health Policy and Management, University of Minnesota

Integration: Connecting the Dots
Jim Boswell, Chief Executive Officer, and Robert Vest, Chief Operating Officer, Baptist Medical Group

Aligning Two Major Health Systems into One
Sarah Gahm, Chief Administrative Officer, Baylor Health Care System

Medical Groups and Hospitals: Sharing a Common Vision
Donald Wreden, MD, Chief Medical Group Transformation Officer, Sutter Health

Pre-conference Immersion Session 102
Compensation Boot Camp
Successful transformation from fee-for-service to value-based/ risk payment arrangements requires rethinking physician compensation structures, no matter the ownership status of your organization. Changing the compensation structure for your group gives rise to numerous other elements and considerations, including culture, philosophy, strategic initiatives, metrics, production/bonus allocations, change process, and alignment. This session will bring together compensation experts from AMGA medical groups that are leading this this shift to value-based payment.
Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to describe various perspectives regarding compensation design including the process for addressing physician compensation, analysis of the formula currently in place, issues and challenges, and a prognosis of what they think their plans may look like in five years.

Physician Compensation: An Overview of the Landscape
Tom Dobosenski, President, AMGA Consulting Services

Preparing Your Organization for Value-Based Compensation
Cedars-Sinai Medical Care Foundation

Richard Katzman, Vice President, Finance, Cedars-Sinai Medical Care Foundation;
The Everett Clinic
Shawn Slack, MD, Compensation Committee Chair, and Mark Nermo, Director of Finance, The Everett Clinic
Scripps Clinic Medical Group
Mike Gelin, Director, Scripps Clinic Medical Group; and Fred Horton, Vice President, AMGA Consulting Services

Pre-conference Immersion Session 103
Exploring High-Performing Health Systems
Institute for Quality Leadership Semi-annual Meeting
In this special half-day session, two of the 2013 Acclaim Award Honorees and a high-performing AMGA member organization describe their unique journeys to becoming a high-performing health system.
Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to describe various strategies used by medical groups to become a high-performing health system as defined by AMGA, and evaluate the replicability of these strategies in their own organizations.

Pragmatism in a Time of Revolution
Jeffry James, Chief Executive Officer, Wilmington Health

Engendering Medical Group Evolution
Bernadette Loftus, MD, Associate Executive Director, Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical Group, PC

Embracing Patient-Centered Reforms Ahead of Payment Reform
Avrim R. Eden, MD, MBA, Medical Director, Quality and Utilization, Summit Medical Group

Pre-conference Immersion Session 104
Physician Engagement: Leadership Lessons from the Navy
Mike Abrashoff, Former Navy Commander and Author, It's Your Ship
In an inspiring example of innovative leadership and organizational transformation, Mike Abrashoff took command of the worst-performing ship in the fleet and made it #1 by changing his leadership style and the culture—not the crew.  This highly engaging and interactive workshop will arm your team with the tools and techniques used by Commander Abrashoff as he completed a turnaround of his ship’s performance.
Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to describe strategies, tactics and tools necessary to unleash innovation, lead significant change, and increase operational performance and physician engagement.

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