From Volume to Value: Designing a Patient-Centered Healthcare System

Changing consumer demand, emerging technologies and provisions in the Affordable Care Act are pushing America’s healthcare system to put patients at the center of their own care.

Join The Hill on Tuesday, February 2 for a live discussion with the policymakers, regulators, and experts leading the transformation from volume-based to value-based care. We will explore public-private collaboration, attempts to define and demonstrate patient-focused and –informed quality care, and how enhanced coordination could transform care for patients suffering from chronic conditions, including cardiovascular disease.

8:35 AM:  Keynote interview with REP. MICHAEL BURGESS (R-TX-26) in conversation withThe Hill's Editor in Chief, BOB CUSACK

9:05 AM: Sponsor perspective remarks presented by JIM ROBINSON, President, Astellas Pharma US

9:15 AM: "Patients & Quality: Shifting from Fee-for-Service to Value-Based Medicine" roundtable discussion with:
MARC BOUTIN, CEO, National Health Council
DR. CHRISTINE CASSEL, President & CEO, National Quality Forum
DR. PATRICK CONWAY, Acting CMS Principal Deputy Administrator, Deputy Administrator for Innovation and Quality, and CMS Chief Medical Officer
Moderated by The Hill's BOB CUSACK

9:40 AM: "Enhanced Coordination in Treating Chronic Diseases: a Deep Dive into Heart Disease" roundtable discussion with:
DR. BARBARA HUTCHINSON, President-Elect, Association of Black Cardiologists
LIZ JURINKA, Minority Chief Health Policy Advisor, Senate Finance Committee
DR. JANET WRIGHT, Executive Director, Million Hearts
Moderated by The Hill's SARAH FERRIS

10:05 AM: Program Concludes


Sponsored by: Astellas