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Minnesota Health Care Roundtable

The Minnesota Health Care Roundtable is a semi-annual conference that examines topics affecting the evolution of health care policy. Hosted by Minnesota Physician Publishing, we assemble a panel of between six and eight different stakeholder group perspectives and present a moderated discussion in front of a live audience. Through a three-phase curriculum development process, panelists are involved with co-creating the conference themes. The events generate an nine-page report, published in Minnesota Physician and posted online.

Recent roundtable reports

Social Disparities in Health Care

Correcting the curve

read it now

CONSOLIDATION IN HEALTH CARE

Examining cost and quality issues

read it now

The Opioid Epidemic

Complex Problems, Complex Solutions

read it now

REGENERATIVE MEDICINE

Efficacy, Economics, and Evolution

read it now

upcoming roundtable

Clinical and

Non-clinical

Care Teams

Improving interoperability

Thursday, November 14, 2019, 1–4 p.m.

The Gallery, Hilton Minneapolis

Objectives:

We will examine the diversity of care teams and how they interact. We will explore benefits that could result from improved coordination of these care teams. We will identify the barriers to this improved communication, such as incompatible EHRs and data privacy issues, and ways around them. We will provide examples of successful integration of clinical and non-clinical care teams and a road map for adopting and scaling these models for all elements of our health care delivery system.

Background and focus:

As health care costs constantly rise, containment strategies involve care teams. Many individuals are now part of every physician-patient encounter. Some are hands-on with the patient, some the patient never sees. New entities become part of care teams offering services from chronic care management, to behavioral health screening, to care coordination, to coding, charting and much more. With goals of lowering costs, increasing reimbursement, and improving outcomes, clinics can customize teams to individual patient needs. Keeping up with this rapidly evolving landscape can exceed the capacity of many medical groups.

Panelists include:

Vivi-Ann Fischer, DC, Chief Clinical Officer, Fulcrum Health

Christopher “Kit”  Crancer, Senior Director of State Legislative Policy, Center for Diagnostic Imaging

sponsors include:

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Clinical and

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Care Teams

Improving interoperability

Thursday, November 14, 2019, 1–4 p.m.

The Gallery, Hilton Minneapolis

Purchase tickets at $95.00 per ticket. Tickets may be ordered by phone at (612) 728-8600, by fax at (612) 728-8601, on our website, or by mail. Make checks payable to Minnesota Physician Publishing. Mail orders to MPP, PO Box 6674, Minneapolis, MN 55406

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past Roundtable information

PAST ROUNDTABLE TOPICS

The Minnesota Health Care Roundtable is a biannual conference devoted to the evolution of health care policy. It creates an independent forum for communication among diverse stakeholders involved in the continuous process of improving the quality of health care. Each session features expert panelists and provides in-depth insight into the issues and the motivations behind the issues.

The Minnesota Health Care Roundtable is also a conference in print. Each session is held before a live audience. A transcript of the discussion is edited and published in editions of Minnesota Physician. These Roundtables assist our readers in developing informed opinions and acquiring the tools they need to take effective action in many vital areas.

Among topics addressed in past sessions of the Minnesota Health Care Roundtable:

Advance care planning: Addressing end-of-life issues

Allocating Health Care Resources: What’s appropriate? Who’s accountable?

Alternatives to Unionization: Empowering physician group negotiations

Behavioral Health Integration: New pathways to care

Best Practice Guidelines: Why they work, why they don’t

Direct Contracting: Reshaping health care delivery

Disease Management: Is the future now?

E-Health: A key to the future

Exploring Tomorrow’s Partnerships: Creating integrated payment models for allied providers

The For-Profit, Not-for-Profit HMO Debate: How can 49 states be wrong?

The Future of the Physician Network

Health Care 2000: Evolution or revolution?

Health Care and the Internet: Today’s reality, tomorrow’s possibilities

Health Care Fraud and Abuse: Identifying risk and reducing exposure

Health Care Marketing: Appropriate standards for diverse initiatives

Health Insurance Exchanges: Assuring they are meaningful

HIPAA Compliance: What does it mean?

Improving Patient Compliance: The missing link

Individual Insurance Mandates: Boon or boondoggle?

Long-Term Care: Improving quality, controlling cost

Maximizing Physician Influence: What new management structures best align goals, performance, and incentives?

Medical Errors: A balanced response to federal and public concern

The New Face of Health Care: Expanding medical professional relationships

New Models for Health Insurance: The emerging options

P4P vs. HDHP: When worlds collide

Pharmacy Benefit Management: Cost, ethics, and accountability

Public Health-Care Data Reporting: Realizing the potential

Putting Consumers in Charge of Health Care: Latest trend or real answer?

Specialty Pharmacy: Controlling the cost of care

Tiered Networks: Trends, prospects, and pitfalls

The Truth About Data Initiatives: Toward common provider and employer goals

Universal Health Insurance: Incentives or mandates?

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Social Disparities in Health Care

Correcting the curve

read it now

CONSOLIDATION IN HEALTH CARE

Examining cost and quality issues

read it now

The Opioid Epidemic

Complex Problems, Complex Solutions

read it now

REGENERATIVE MEDICINE

Efficacy, Economics, and Evolution

read it now

Clinical and

Non-clinical

Care Teams

Improving interoperability

Thursday, November 14, 2019, 1–4 p.m.

The Gallery, Hilton Minneapolis

Objectives:

We will examine the diversity of care teams and how they interact. We will explore benefits that could result from improved coordination of these care teams. We will identify the barriers to this improved communication, such as incompatible EHRs and data privacy issues, and ways around them. We will provide examples of successful integration of clinical and non-clinical care teams and a road map for adopting and scaling these models for all elements of our health care delivery system.

Background and focus:

As health care costs constantly rise, containment strategies involve care teams. Many individuals are now part of every physician-patient encounter. Some are hands-on with the patient, some the patient never sees. New entities become part of care teams offering services from chronic care management, to behavioral health screening, to care coordination, to coding, charting and much more. With goals of lowering costs, increasing reimbursement, and improving outcomes, clinics can customize teams to individual patient needs. Keeping up with this rapidly evolving landscape can exceed the capacity of many medical groups.

Panelists include:

Vivi-Ann Fischer, DC, Chief Clinical Officer, Fulcrum Health

Christopher “Kit” Crancer, Senior Director of State Legislative Policy, Center for Diagnostic Imaging

sponsors include:

Clinical and

Non-clinical

Care Teams

Improving interoperability

Thursday, November 14, 2019, 1–4 p.m.

The Gallery, Hilton Minneapolis

Purchase tickets at $95.00 per ticket. Tickets may be ordered by phone at (612) 728-8600, by fax at (612) 728-8601, on our website, or by mail. Make checks payable to Minnesota Physician Publishing. Mail orders to MPP, 2812 East 26th Street, Minneapolis MN 55406.

Please note: tickets are non-refundable.

Please fill out the form below. After the form is submitted, you'll be directed to a page to purchase your tickets. Thank you for being part of the the Roundtable and we'll see on November 14, 2019.

Advance care planning: Addressing end-of-life issues

Allocating Health Care Resources: What’s appropriate? Who’s accountable?

Alternatives to Unionization: Empowering physician group negotiations

Behavioral Health Integration: New pathways to care

Best Practice Guidelines: Why they work, why they don’t

Direct Contracting: Reshaping health care delivery

Disease Management: Is the future now?

E-Health: A key to the future

Exploring Tomorrow’s Partnerships: Creating integrated payment models for allied providers

The For-Profit, Not-for-Profit HMO Debate: How can 49 states be wrong?

The Future of the Physician Network

Health Care 2000: Evolution or revolution?

Health Care and the Internet: Today’s reality, tomorrow’s possibilities

Health Care Fraud and Abuse: Identifying risk and reducing exposure

Health Care Marketing: Appropriate standards for diverse initiatives

Health Insurance Exchanges: Assuring they are meaningful

HIPAA Compliance: What does it mean?

Improving Patient Compliance: The missing link

Individual Insurance Mandates: Boon or boondoggle?

Long-Term Care: Improving quality, controlling cost

Maximizing Physician Influence: What new management structures best align goals, performance, and incentives?

Medical Errors: A balanced response to federal and public concern

The New Face of Health Care: Expanding medical professional relationships

New Models for Health Insurance: The emerging options

P4P vs. HDHP: When worlds collide

Pharmacy Benefit Management: Cost, ethics, and accountability

Public Health-Care Data Reporting: Realizing the potential

Putting Consumers in Charge of Health Care: Latest trend or real answer?

Specialty Pharmacy: Controlling the cost of care

Tiered Networks: Trends, prospects, and pitfalls

The Truth About Data Initiatives: Toward common provider and employer goals

Universal Health Insurance: Incentives or mandates?