7:30 am
8:00 am
Julie L. Mirkin
Julie L. Mirkin, DNP, MA, RN
Chief Nursing Officer
Stony Brook Medicine

8:10 am
  • Identify patients with multiple chronic conditions and a high risk of ED utilization and hospitalization
  • Provide personalized, holistic, and coordinated care in the most appropriate care setting
  • Address patients’ unmet needs, including behavioral health and palliative care
  • Adopt total cost of care value-based risk contracting, decrease medical loss ratio, and improve care quality
Omar Fernandez
Omar Fernandez
VP Payer Relations & Market Development
My Home Doctor, LLC.

8:50 am
  • Learn about staffing models at primary care offices that improve care coordination processes and patient, family, and caregiver engagement
  • Create bi-directional communications through the EHR to better integrate embedded nurses/care team members to reconcile quality metrics, facilitate the needs of the patient, and more
  • Establish process and outcome metrics to maximize the impact of the team
  • Develop an operating model with hospitals and primary care providers that impacts hospital utilization and clinical outcomes for patients with chronic diseases
  • Examine how this type of model can serve as a way to usher traditional FFS physicians on a path towards value-based care
Katie Doyle
Katie Doyle, MS, RN
Director, Ambulatory Care Coordination
Northwestern Memorial Health Care

Co-Presenter:

Kristine Supple
Kristine Supple, PA-C, MPH
Director of Population Health
Community Memorial Health System

10:00 am
  • Proactively track patients after SNF and home health discharges to monitor potentially catastrophic changes in health
  • Seamlessly incorporate communication between inpatient and outpatient settings into centralized hubs
  • Reduce team friction and optimize patient outcomes by developing workflows and discharge processes around a communication technology platform
MJ Tran
MJ Tran, MBA
Strategic Director, Post-Acute Partnerships, Granger Medical Clinic,
Vice President, Clinical Development, Physicians Accountable Care of Utah

10:40 am
  • Identify strategies to create and maintain a high-performing post-acute network
  • Improve complex post-acute patient care transitions through stronger, more collaborative network partnerships
  • Explore technology advancements that support improved communication, data sharing, and coordination of care
  • Collaborate with all levels of post-acute care facilities for unfunded patients with complex case needs
Mary McLaughlin-Davis
Mary McLaughlin-Davis, DNP, ACNS-BC, NEA-BC, CCM
Senior Director, Care Management, Main Campus and Cleveland Clinic Akron General Hospital
Cleveland Clinic

Crissie Moody
Crissie Moody, LCSW, CCM
Complex Case Manager
Duke University Health Systems

Ruby Pryor
Ruby Pryor, MBA, MSN, RN
Executive Director, Care Coordination
Wellstar Kennestone Hospital

Vanessa Roshell-Stacks
Vanessa Roshell-Stacks, CHFP, MHA
Vice President, Clinical Documentation Improvement, Hospital Operations and Care Transitions
Rush University Medical Center

11:20 am
  • Learn how to identify your unique leadership strengths and put them to work for good in medicine
  • Develop an actionable strategy for implementing change in your organization
  • Understand the impact one small step forward can make on the lives of patients, providers, and everyone in between
Emily F. Peters
Emily F. Peters
Founder, Author, Brand Strategist
Uncommon Bold

12:00 pm