Bipartisan Congressional Health Policy Conference

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cmwf logoJanuary 12–14, 2007

MANDARIN ORIENTAL HOTEL, MIAMI
500 Brickell Key Drive, Miami, Florida 33131

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Agenda

Speakers, Staff, and Guests

Members and Guest Roster

Members Bios


Presentations and Associated Materials

Session 1—Towards a High Performance Health System: Public and Private Models of Excellence

Session 2—Aiming for the Best: Scorecard of U.S. Health Care System Performance

Session 3—State Coverage Innovations: Achievements and Tradeoffs

Session 4—The State Children's Health Insurance Program: Achievements and Opportunities for Improvement at Renewal

Session 5—Making Care More Efficient: Promising Innovations and Options for Reinvesting Savings

Session 6—Lessons from Abroad: International Efforts to Improve Quality, Reduce Costs, and Increase Transparency

Session 7—Enhancing Value in Medicare

Session 8—Public Reporting and Transparency

Other Fund Publications


Session 1—Towards a High Performance Health System: Public and Private Models of Excellence

Jonathan B. Perlin, Safety, Quality and Efficiency: Lessons for American Healthcare from the VA Transformation

Sister Mary Jean Ryan, Presentation



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Session 2—Aiming for the Best: Scorecard of U.S. Health Care System Performance

Carolyn M. Clancy, The Elements of Health Care Quality and Current Improvement Efforts

Cathy Schoen, Why Not the Best? Results from a National Scorecard on U.S. Health System Performance

Stephen C. Schoenbaum, We Can Be the Best

Glenn D. Steele Jr., Aiming for the Best: Scorecard of U.S. Health Care System Performance



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Session 3—State Coverage Innovations: Achievements and Tradeoffs

Stuart M. Butler, Federal–State Strategies for Insuring Workers

Jon Kingsdale, Key Elements of Massachusetts Health Care Reform

Diane Rowland, California Health Reform Proposal

James R. Tallon, Jr., Expanding Health Insurance Coverage

Alan Weil, Federalism and Health Coverage Innovations



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Session 4—The State Children's Health Insurance Program: Achievements and Opportunities for Improvement at Renewal

Anne Gauthier, The State Children's Health Insurance Program: Achievements and Opportunities for Improvement at Renewal

Debbie I. Chang, SCHIP: The First Decade

Jeanne Lambrew, Financing Issues in SCHIP

Gayle Lees Sandlin, The State Children's Health Insurance Program: Accomplishments and Opportunities for Improvement at Renewal



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Session 5—Making Care More Efficient: Promising Innovations and Options for Reinvesting Savings

Maureen Bisognano, Bipartisan Congressional Health Policy Conference

Christine K. Cassel, Making Care More Efficient: Promising Innovations and Options for Reinvesting Savings

Karen Davis, Making Care More Efficient: Promising Innovations and Policy Options

Lewis G. Sandy, Driving Quality and Affordability in a Consumer-Focused World



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Session 6—Lessons from Abroad: International Efforts to Improve Quality, Reduce Costs, and Increase Transparency

Helen Bevan, International Efforts to Improve Quality, Reduce Costs and Increase Transparency

Robert S. Galvin, Lessons From Abroad: International Efforts to Improve Quality, Reduce Costs and Increase Transparency

John E. Craig, Jr., Evidence from the 2006 International Health Policy Survey of Primary Care Physicians in Seven Countries

Dr. Christof Veit, The Structured Dialog: National Quality Benchmarking in Germany



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Session 7—Enhancing Value in Medicare

Brian Biles, Enhancing Value in Medicare

Stuart Guterman, Enhancing Value in Medicare

Mark McClellan, Increasing Value in Medicare for '07



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Session 8—Public Reporting and Transparency

John M. Colmers, Public Reporting and Transparency

Margaret E. O'Kane, Advancing Health Care Quality in 2007 and Beyond

Christopher Queram, In Pursuit of "Value": The Wisconsin Collaborative for Healthcare Quality



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Other Fund Publications

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Publication Details

Publication Date:
April 10, 2008

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