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“Putting the IT in TransITions” Agenda - October 14,2011 - 8:00a – 3:00p - #ITrans Kaiser Center for Total Health, Washington DC (and on-line)
Sponsored and hosted by The John A. Hartford Foundation, The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, and Kaiser Permanente Media partners: Health Affairs and Health 2.0 Part I: Setting the Stage
7:30a 8:00-8:15a Registration and continental breakfast Welcome, introductions, and review of meeting aims Aaron McKethan, PhD and Janhavi Kirtane, Beacon Communities Chris Langston, PhD, The John A. Hartford Foundation George Bo-Linn, MD, The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Scott Young, MD, Kaiser Permanente Todd Park, US Department of Health and Human Services With remarks from Farzad Mostashari, MD, Office of the National Coordinator for HIT Aaron McKethan, PhD and Janhavi Kirtane, Beacon Communities Joanne Lynn, MD, Altarum Institute Donna Cryer, CryerHealth Carol Beasley, Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) Faculty Barbara Balik, RN, EdD, IHI Faculty Roger Chaufournier, IHI Faculty Discussion questions: What are the most important problem statements from the patient’s and caregiver’s perspective that most require our attention? Where is IT effectively addressing these challenges now? Where is innovation most needed now? Reactions from Eric Coleman, MD, University of Colorado, Denver Facilitators and discussants from respective groups Leah Marcotte, Office of the National Coordinator for HIT

8:15-8:30a

Charge to the group and call to action

8:30-8:45a

Putting the IT in TransITions: What are the opportunities today?

Part II: Investigating the Options
8:45-9:00a 9:00-9:15a 9:15-10:30a Introduction to facilitated sessions Break/Travel Breakout into 4 facilitated sessions 1. Discharge process 2. Medication reconciliation 3. Information flow and feedback 4. Patient and care-giver activation Break/Travel Read-outs from groups with facilitated discussion, beginning with welcome to Webcast audience Group prioritization activity Break/lunch Conversation with leaders in the field: What are we learning, where are we going?

10:30-10:45a 10:45a-11:40a 11:40a-12:00p 12:00-12:30p 12:30-1:15p

Part III: Building a Shared Agenda
Farzad Mostashari, MD, Office of the National Coordinator for HIT Round 1: What are we learning? Chris Langston, PhD, John A. Hartford Foundation George Bo-Linn, MD, The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Scott Young, MD, Kaiser Permanente Round 2: Where are we going? Getting the word out. Susan Dentzer, Health Affairs J.L. Neptune, Health 2.0 Paul McGann, HHS Partnership for Patients (invited) Doug Fridsma, MD, PhD, Director of the ONC Office of Standards and Interoperability Jitin Asnaani, Coordinator of the ONC S&I Framework Holly Miller, MD, Med Allies Carol Beasley, Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) Barbara Balik, RN, EdD, IHI Faculty Roger Chaufournier, IHI Faculty Others Partners

1:15-1:45p

Announcements from the ONC: A vision for partnership between technology development and quality improvement Break Taking the work forward: Building an actionable agenda

1:45-2:00p 2:00-2:45p

2:45-3:00p

Closing and thanks