June 20th, 2018

Golden , CO

“Collaborative learning is learning with others by capitalizing on different skills and experiences to solve problems faster and get better results.” (Garvey, 2014) While not a new topic, access to the web and hand-held technologies have supported collaboration in a virtual environment minimizing the necessity for in-person workgroups or time away from day to day responsibilities. HealthTeamWorks explores how collaboration can happen virtually across geographic boundaries and result in innovative solutions for healthcare transformation and quadruple aim outcomes.

Links to articles with additional information about Collaborative Learning:

Bert Miuccio (Moderator), HealthTeamWorks, Chief Executive Officer

July 11th, 2018

Of the many catch words of Triple Aim healthcare, 'integration' is both profound and, without clear definition, at risk for being meaningless.  Our panel will dissect the various forms of integration (such as clinical, HIT, community, financial) and introduce 11 best practice drivers of meaningful organizational integration across an accountable provider network.

The focus of our discussion will be:

David Ehrenberger (Moderator) MD, HealthTeamWorks, Chief Medical Officer

August 8th, 2018

The "accountability" of accountable care provider networks is for the cost and quality of care delivered to empaneled patients over time. The interactive discussion will explore the best practices of risk stratification and, most importantly, what to do next - namely, what are the characteristics of advanced care networks that efficiently identify high-risk and rising risk patients and effectively improve their health while decreasing avoidable/unnecessary care (utilization).

November 7th, 2018

Most of the care and cost of care over a lifetime is focused on the final months of life. Alas, there is also the inconvenient truth that this concentrated "end of life" care is very often at odds with the wishes and desires of the patients themselves. This discussion will bring together experts in team and home-based care models that are centered on the values and directives of patients and their families. The results are as powerful as they are moving. These patients report they experience better quality of life and where they prefer to have it - at home. The literature shows they will also have a longer life.