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2013 NEBRASKA POLICY & ISSUES SUMMIT New Norms and Innovation in Health Care Delivery November 18, 2013 Kevin Nokels, FACHE
FRAGMENTED CARE The average Medicare patient is treated by 7 DIFFERENT DOCTORS, with little or no coordination. Source: NEJM
Clinical VARIATION Only 56 PERCENT of chronic illnesses are treated in accordance with practice guidelines. Source: Institute of Medicine
Poor Access Of people uninsured for two years or more, ONLY 46% have regular access to a physician. Source: Urban Institute
RISING COSTS NEARLY 18 CENTS of every dollar spent in the US goes toward health care— far more than any other country. Source: Kaiser Family Foundation
Shift to Value
American Healthcare By: Sofia Diaco, Alexzaundra Culley, and Ryan Jamison.
DataBrief: Did you know… DataBrief Series ● September 2010 ● No. 3 Dual Eligibles and Medicare Spending For patients with 5 or more chronic conditions,
DataBrief: Did you know… DataBrief Series ● February 2011 ● No. 10 Dual Eligibles – Health Services Utilization In 2008, dual eligibles were 23% more likely.
DataBrief: Did you know… DataBrief Series ● September 2010 ● No. 1 Characteristics of Dual Eligibles 33% of dual eligibles suffer from diabetes, stroke,
Excess cost growth in Medicare, Medicaid, and all other health care spending Source: CBO, A Federal Perspective on Health Care Policy and Costs, 2008.
DataBrief: Did you know… DataBrief Series ● September 2010 ● No. 2 Dual Eligibles and Chronic Conditions 28% of Medicare beneficiaries with 5 or more chronic.
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WHIRLPOOL CORPORTATION CONFIDENTIAL A COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP: The Whirlpool PCMH Journey Susan Pavlopoulos Senior Manager// Global Benefits April 28,
Health Policy Seminar on Sunday, April 19 th, 2009 Washington, D.C. Shannon Brownlee Visiting Scholar, NIH Clinical Center Dept. of Bioethics Schwartz.
Accountable Care Organizations ACO’s Dr. Frank Mazzeo Jr. President/Chief Executive Officer Family Health Centers of Southwest Florida, Inc.
Leadership for Advancing Chronic Care in Challenging Environments California Chronic Care Learning Communities Initiative Collaboration Kevin Grumbach,
CANADA’S HEALTH CARE SYSTEM AND THE RIGHT TO HEALTH Rhonda Ferguson.
The Right Care at the Right Time: Are Retail Clinics Meeting a Need? Alliance for Health Reform Briefing Washington, D.C. June 18, 2012 Sam Nussbaum, M.D.
Women’s Health: Key Issues for the Election and Beyond Alina Salganicoff, Ph.D. Vice President and Director, Women’s Health Policy The Henry J. Kaiser.
NOTE: Women ages years. SOURCE: Kaiser Family Foundation, 2013 Kaiser Womens Health Survey. Most women have had recent checkups, but the opportunity.
Integrating Care for Medicare- Medicaid Enrollees Medicare-Medicaid Coordination Office Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services November 2011.
Eliminating Healthcare Disparities: The Role of Insurance Coverage Marsha Lillie-Blanton, Dr.P.H. Vice President in Health Policy The Henry J. Kaiser Family.
The Vermont Health Care Commission 2005 Future Directions for Health Care Reform in Vermont Kenneth E. Thorpe, Ph.D. Robert W. Woodruff Professor and Chair.
PACT and HF-How can we Optimize Care Delivery for our Patients Susan Kirsh MD Consultant for PACT!, Diabetes QUERI, Center for Implementation Practice.
State Strategies: Expanding Prescription Drug Access Dee Mahan Families USA November 1, 2002.
Making Care More Efficient: Promising Innovations and Options for Reinvesting Savings Christine K. Cassel, M.D., MACP The Commonwealth Fund Bipartisan.
THE CHALLENGE: CHRONIC DISEASE CARE AND THE PROMISE OF HIT Health Care Information Technology 2004: Improving Chronic Care in California San Francisco.
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Todd Hamilton District Sales Manager. Innovation On average it takes scientists, physicians, engineers, and other researchers between 10 and 15 years.
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Peterson-Kaiser Health System Tracker What are the recent and forecasted trends in prescription drug spending?
Lifestyle Medicine 101 Presented by ACLM Professionals in Training Executive Board 2014.
Peterson-Kaiser Health System Tracker How do the use and price of healthcare in the U.S. compare to other countries?
1 Donna Lynne, DrPH, President Kaiser Permanente Colorado Health Care Cost A Perspective December 9,
Middle Atlantic Actuarial Club September 17, 2009 Baltimore, MD Shannon Brownlee, MS Senior Research Fellow, New America Foundation Overtreated: Why Too.
Unit 7: Science and Technology. THE U.S. HEALTH CARE SYSTEM “The health care system and the United States as a society stand as proxy for each other”
Donald Mack, M.D. Ohio State University Medical Center Gregg Warshaw, M.D. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine.
Medicare Waiver Year One A look at the changes to hospitals and Maryland’s health care environment.
1 Amina in the Nexus: A Shared Vision A look at team-based care The National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education is supported by a Health.
THE COMMONWEALTH FUND Developing Innovative Payment Approaches: Finding the Path to High Performance Stuart Guterman Vice President, Payment and System.
Health Care Profiles in a Comparative Context Tim Miller January 19, 2007 Fourth Annual NTA Workshop.
Congressional Budget Office Presentation for The Hastings Center Rising Health Care Costs and the Federal Budget May 20, 2008.
Countervailing Powers: The Changing Character of the Medical Profession in the U.S. James G. Anderson, Ph.D. Purdue University.
Government and Health Care Roughly 15 cents of every dollar spent in US is on health care US health care spending equaled $5841 per person in 2002 Governments.
Peer Support & Policy Opportunities Mental Health America/Regional Policy Council December 12, 2013.
The State of Dentistry What Data Tell Us About Your Future Practice Environment Cassie Yarbrough, MPP Health Policy Researcher ADA Health Policy Institute.
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