Date: Tuesday, June 9 | Time: 10–11 a.m. PT/1–2 p.m. ET
Emcee: David Brailer, MD, PhD, Executive Chairman, Health Evolution
Host: Susan Dentzer, Senior Policy Fellow, Robert J. Margolis Center for Health Policy, Duke University
• Adam Boehler, CEO, U.S. International Development Finance Corporation; former Director, CMMI
• Andy Slavitt, Chairman, United States of Care; Former Acting Administrator, Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services; Summit Chair
• State re-openings, social distancing guidelines and impact
• Collaborative efforts to ensure that the country opens in the safest way possible
• Update on various state models and benchmarks for hospital capacity, detecting flare-ups through testing and contact tracing capabilities
• Ensuring resilience for the next crisis including supply chain for PPE and medicine
• Policy lessons from COVID and impact on payment and value-based care approach
Virtual Gathering Pre-Read:
• Open Safely–recommendations compiled from bipartisan health policy experts and leaders from broad and diverse backgrounds including Andy Slavitt, Chairman, United States of Care; Former Acting Administrator, Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services and Mark McClellan, MD, Director, Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy & Robert J. Margolis, M.D., Professor of Business, Medicine and Policy, Duke University
The Innovation Lab is a compilation of successful innovations focused on key CEO actions and takeaways. The Innovation Lab includes a series of Impact Reports, Innovation Guides and Innovator CEO Profiles that showcase examples of how provider, payer or life science organizations are using technology and solutions to achieve key business goals and strategic priorities.
COVID-19 Innovation Guide
Returning to the next normal of operations and care delivery will require establishing trust and ensuring safety for employees and consumers as well as leveraging digital technologies — all of which set the stage for adopting new models of care. This first in a three-part series of reports shares lessons learned by Providence, the pandemic’s original ground zero in the U.S. Read the report.