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THEF’s 3rd Annual Transformative Care Summit

September 26, 2016

Save the Date: September 26th, 2016

Mark your calendars for THEF’s 3rd Annual Transformative Care Summit

A planned opportunity for 4.5 ACHE Face-to-Face Credits

Monday, September 26th, 2016 8a-4p

Embassy Suites, Cary

Location Address: 201 Harrison Oaks Boulevard, Cary, North Carolina, 27513, USA

Event Details: THEF’s Fall Summit will consist of 3 panels focusing on the care we provide to our community. Topics will include transitioning to value-based care, rebuilding public trust and community health measurement and collaboration:

Panel 1: ACOs and CINs in North Carolina: How Clinical Integration and Accountable Care Organizations are Re-Shaping Care Delivery, Payer Strategy and Reimbursement.

Panelists include:

Dev Sangvai, MD, MBA; Executive Director Duke Connected Care, Associate Chief Medical Officer for Duke University Health System, Medical Director for DukeWELL

Stacy Mays, MBA, MHA; Chief Operating Officer, UNC Health Alliance

Melanie Phelps, JD; Associate Executive Director, North Carolina Medical Society Foundation, Deputy General Counsel North Carolina Medical Society

Discussion moderated by:

Scott Pritchard, MSc, PhD, Market President, Evolent

Panel 2: Public Trust in Healthcare: Weathering Events and Rebuilding Confidence

Panelists include:

Joyce Fitzpatrick, Owner, Fitzpatrick Communications, NC Public Relations Hall of Fame Honoree

Carolyn Clancy, MD; Deputy Under Secretary for Health for Organizational Excellence, Veterans Health Administration

Brian Caveney, MD, JD, MPH; Vice President, Chief Medical Officer, Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina

Discussion moderated by:

Jason deBruyn, Staff Writer for the Triangle Business Journal covering the biopharmaceutical and healthcare industries.

Panel 3: Improving the Health Status of Your Community: Community Health Needs Assessment

Panelists include:

Peter Morris, MD; Executive Director of Urban Ministries of Wake County

Alicia Barfield, MHA, Director of Community Affairs and Special Assistant to the President, Duke Raleigh Hospital

Sue Lynn Ledford, RN, BSN, MPA, DrPH;  Public Health Division Director, Wake County Human Services

Betsey Tilson, MD, MPH; Medical Director of Community Care of Wake and Johnson Counties

Event sponsored by LabCorp and Duke MMCi.