2020 Agenda

June 26, 2020

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM EDT

Workshop A - Risk Adjustment Practitioner

  • The essentials of and differences between Medicare Advantage, Commercial and Medicaid risk adjustment  
  • Understanding how risk scores are calculated  
  • Making sense of varying payment models  
  • An intro into using data and predictive analytics to optimize your risk adjustment practices  
  • Tools for achieving data accuracy  
  • Where do we stand with the transition from RAPS to EDS? The latest in a long journey  
  • Provider engagement strategies that will impact your risk adjustment initiatives  
  • Risk adjustment vendor selection and management  
  • Determining whether you need RA vendors  
  • How do you effectively vet potential vendors and ultimately select them?  
  • Strategies for on-going, thorough vendor management  
  • The future of risk adjustment – what you need to know to stay ahead of possible changes  
  • Initial steps for preparing for a RADV audit  
  • Which staff is essential to overseeing your RADV audit prep?  
  • Staying ahead – key items to monitor well in advance of an actual audit  

Instructors:

Laura Sheriff, RN, MSN, CPC, CRC, National Director, Risk Adjustment
Molina Healthcare, Inc.

Susan Waterman, RHIT, CCS, CPC, CRC, AHIMA ICD-10-CM/PCS, Trainer, Director, Risk Adjustment
Scott & White Health Plan

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM EDT

Workshop B - Advanced HCC Auditor

The HCC Coding for Accuracy workshop is not just for those directly involved in HCC coding work. It is designed for other disciplines, as well, including finance and analytics professionals. Join us for an introduction to best practices, the opportunity to work through case examples, and to share experiences with your peers. This workshop will zero-in on regulatory compliance while teaching you how to optimize the accuracy of the information gathered and submitted at the practice level. What you will also learn about the way charting is often done, how to overcome “disconnect” with the clinicians and how their typical charting practices and EMRs can create significant problems, and how RADV views documentation in contrast with the way clinicians were taught and EMRs were built initially. Please note: Attendees are encouraged to bring questions to pose to our expert workshop facilitators and to table for the group. We provide your workbook which includes copies of the slide deck. You will not need your coding manuals, but most people bring a laptop or a tablet, as well, for note-taking.   

Dialogue, interact and work in small facilitated groups with peers and colleagues   

  • Understanding the financial overlay – HCC codes mapping to risk adjustment scores   
  • A single coding and documentation process for  
  • Quality improvement  
  • Risk adjustment   
  • Skill development on choosing diagnoses from portions of the encounter – permitted and not permitted   
  • Clinical documentation barriers for risk adjustment purposes (data validation audit risks) 

Instructor:

Donna Malone, CPC, CRC, CRC-I, AAPC Approved Instructor, Director of Enterprise Risk Adjustment: Coding and Provider Education (CDI)
Tufts Health Plan 

Colleen Gianatasio, Director of Ambulatory CDQI
Mount Sinai Health Partners

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM EDT

Workshop C - What Health Plans Should Be Seeing at the Crossroads of Better Data and Advanced Analytics

Realizing the future of EMR connectivity, provider engagement, and social determinants of health

  • Value-based Care: Synergizing Advanced Analytics, Technologies, and Interoperability for More Successful Risk Adjustment and Quality Outcomes
  • Reducing Plan and Provider Burden for Better Engagement and Outcomes in a Rapidly Shifting Healthcare Landscape
  • Integrating Risk, Quality, and Pharmacy Opportunities at the Point of Care to Improve Clinical and Financial Outcomes

 

Instructors:

Scott Stratton, Chief Data Scientist & Vice President, Product Analytics
Pulse8

Diane Escandell, RN, CPC, Senior Director, Provider Engagement
Pulse8

Scott Fries, Chief Administrative Officer & Executive Vice President, Pharmacy Solutions
Pulse8

Jennifer Hunt, Administrative Director, Actuarial Services
Paramount Healthcare

Karl Brown, MD, MPH, MBA, CRC, Chief Quality and Risk Adjustment Officer
HealthCare Partners, IPA 

Eddie Ortiz, MD, Chief Executive Officer
International Medical Card, Inc.

 

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM EDT

Workshop D - Taking your Medicare Advantage Program to the Next Level

Arriving at the Intersection of Stars and Risk Adjustment  

This hands-on workshop is exclusively for upper-level management and those in strategic planning roles within Stars, Risk Adjustment and Compliance. Very Limited space due to interactive nature of the workshop.  

This workshop will guide you through the lessons learned and best practices for combining and streamlining processes related to Stars and Risk Adjustment. You will walk away with a game plan and actionable steps to apply in your organization.  

  • Promote a five-star culture  
  • Take a deep dive into your risk adjustment strategies 
  • Discuss key measures directly affecting your stars rating 
  • Learn strategies to help you successfully prepare and navigate for audits  

Instructors:
Ana Handshuh, Principal
CAT5 Strategies

Dave Meyer, Vice President, Stars
Cigna

 

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT

Workshop E - Attention Spans and the Human Brain More intimate

Join last year's top keynote as he addresses the brain science behind delivering powerful and engaging presentations. Limited space available.  

It is axiomatic that brains don’t pay attention to boring things. Yet speakers regularly lose their audiences after just a few minutes at the podium. Can brain science help? How can presenters create clear and compelling presentations?

In this talk, we discuss how the brain pays attention to information. We start with a few facts about brain processing and end with practical advice on how to make presentations sharp, stimulating and sticky. 

Dr. John Medina
Brain Scientist
Author of New York Times bestseller Brain Rules: 12 Principles for Surviving at Work, Home and School

June 29, 2020

9:00 AM - 9:10 AM EDT

Opening Remarks

Ellen Wofford, Managing Director
RISE

Ana Handshuh, Principal
CAT5 Strategies

 

9:10 AM - 10:00 AM EDT

OIG’s Identification of Vulnerabilities that Exist in Medicare Advantage

Presenters will provide an overview of OIG’s work to combat fraud, waste, and abuse in Medicare Advantage.  They will also discuss the findings and recommendations of work conducted by OIG’s Office of Evaluation and Inspections on the financial impact of chart reviews on risk scores in Medicare Advantage. 

Megan H. Tinker, Senior Advisor for Legal Affairs
Office of Counsel to the Inspector General
Office of Inspector General
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)

Jacqualine Reid, Social Science Research Analyst
Office of Inspector General
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)

San Le, Social Science Research Analyst for Evaluation and Inspections
Office of Inspector General
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)

10:00 AM - 10:10 AM EDT
Networking Break

10:10 AM - 10:55 AM EDT

Concurrent Sessions

Risk Adjustment Strategies

Updating Your Risk Adjustment Playbook 2020

  • Whether you’ve been in Risk Adjustment for 20-years or 20-minutes you’ve been impacted by Covid-19. From deadline shifts to new HCC codes, it’s a new world for payers. With all this change, you need to update your playbook while keeping the tried and true methods intact.
    • We will review current policy changes
    • Discuss anticipated impacts of Telehealth on value based care Risk Adjustment reimbursement, and how to succeed as care patterns may change
    • Explore the benefits of adding a digital first retrieval strategy to your traditional methods

Moderator:
Colleen Gianatasio, Director of Ambulatory CDQI
Mount Sinai Health Partners

Deborah Hsieh, Chief Policy & Strategy Officer
Ciox Health

Bill Horn, SVP Payer Growth
Ciox Health

Provider/Payer Collaboration

Improving 2020: Risk Adjustment Micro Strategies

During 2020 3rd Quarter Risk Adjustment, health plans still have an opportunity to improve clinical documentation errors, meet with patients in-person or virtually, and develop chart review campaigns to identify issues in charting that can be corrected before the end of the year. 


Su Bajaj, SVP of Product Development
Episource

Jason McDaniel, Vice President, Risk Adjustment and Quality
Healthcare Partners Nevada

Technology and Analytics

Connecting Health Care: The Future of Clinical Interoperability

  • Gain a multi-stakeholder perspective on how payers and providers are finding value in new approaches to interoperability and data sharing  
  • Explore how healthcare electronic exchange standards are transforming the interoperability landscape to solve today’s common challenges around provider connectivity and patient engagement, care gap closure, and the ability to leverage advanced, intelligent clinical decision support  
  • Hear from industry experts as they discuss the impacts the regulatory environment has on improving data speed and transparency in capturing the holistic patient view at the point of care. 

Moderator:

Eric Sullivan, Senior Vice President of Innovation and Data Strategies
Inovalon  

Panel:

Paul Wilder, Executive Director
CommonWell Health Alliance

Yogi Hernandez Suarez, MD MBA FACOG, Vice Provost for Population Health and Well-being, Associate Dean for Clinical and Community Affairs
Florida International University
Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine

Chad Brooker, Associate Principal, Policy
Avalere Health

 

10:55 AM - 11:05 AM EDT
Networking Break

11:05 AM - 12:00 PM EDT

CMS Policy Update

Kelly Drury, Director, Division of Risk Adjustment Operations
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS)

Erin Sutton, Deputy Director, Payment Policy and Financial Management Group
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS)

Allison Yadsko, RADV Policy Team Lead
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS)

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT

Luncheon Virtual Roundtables

Virtual Roundtables Part One- Select from Different Presentations Spotlighting Health Care’s Most Influential Technology and Solution Gurus Presenting Tools to Elevate your Plan’s Initiatives.  

Join this unique opportunity to select three interactive, speed-dating type presentations featuring the latest technologies and solutions for boosting your plan’s risk, quality and data management endeavours.  An announcement will be made three times within this special 60-minute session, alerting you to transition to the next virtual roundtable of your choice.  

1:00 PM - 1:45 PM EDT

Concurrent Sessions

Risk Adjustment Strategies

Deploying AI & Technology to Maximize Risk Adjustment Performance in 2020 & Beyond

  • Hear how a large regional health plan is reprioritizing risk adjustment focus areas in the wake of COVID-19 
  • Learn how telehealth adoption and other changes in utilization are impacting the approach to population risk capture 
  • Explore how AI & other technology solutions can support changing tactics to assess, document, and code chronic conditions 

Josh WeisbrodVice President of Risk Adjustment 
Network Health 

Terry WardSVP, Payer Solutions 
Apixio 

Provider/Payer Collaboration

How to Improve Risk and Quality Through Payer and Provider Collaboration

Learn how a comprehensive approach to payer provider collaboration can positively impact quality outcomes. Experts will discuss how the following strategies work together to benefit members: 

  • Prospective engagement programs designed to drive quality outcomes  
  • Actionable data within provider technology platforms 
  • Reimbursement aligned to value 
  • Operating model, support staff and expertise

Moderator:

Jeff Dumcum, Senior Vice President, Clinical Performance and Compliance
Optum


Panel:
Jessica Cunningham, RN, BSN, PHN, Director Population Health Strategy
M Health Fairview

Brian Savage, HCE Director Financial Analytics
UCare

Boyd Barsness CRC, Senior Healthcare Advocate
Optum

 

Technology and Analytics

The Magic of Integrating Data to Solve Everyday Problems

  • Understand the power of integrated data and identify key metrics that help solve business problems 
  • See how actionable insights can be driven by a core set of integrated metrics 
  • Know the right steps to fully realize the value locked within data silos 

David Costello, Ph.D, Chief Analytics Officer
Cotiviti

Lynn M. Kryfke, RN, MSN, Executive Director, Health Plan Clinical Services
Children's Community Health Plan

Jacob LeRoy, Project Manager
Children's Community Health Plan

1:45 PM - 2:00 PM EDT
Networking Break

2:00 PM - 2:50 PM EDT

Keynote Address

John Quiñones
ABC News Veteran, Creator & Host, What Would You Do?

A lifetime of “never taking no for an answer” took Quiñones from migrant farm work and poverty to more than 30 years at ABC News and the anchor desk at 20/20 and Primetime. Along the way, he broke through barriers, won the highest accolades, and became a role model for many. As host and creator of What Would You Do?, the highly-rated, hidden camera ethical dilemma newsmagazine, Quiñones has literally become “the face of doing the right thing” to millions of fans.


It was that hardship and hunger, Quiñones says, that gave him the determination to turn disadvantages into assets and achieve his ambitions With drive and perseverance, Quiñones relentlessly pursued his vision to become a television journalist, while building a lifelong reputation for hard work and integrity. The lessons he learned about overcoming challenges, believing in oneself and defying the negative messages that society often sent inspire all of us to reach for our highest potential.

2:50 PM - 3:00 PM EDT
Networking Break

3:00 PM - 3:45 PM EDT

Concurrent Sessions

Risk Adjustment Strategies

The Retrospective Springboard: How SWHR Built a Roadmap to Full Risk Capture with NLP

  • Hear how Southwestern Health Resources’ vision to be the national blueprint for effective population health has focused their entire organization on risk, with the primary objective of better informing physicians prior to an encounter
  • Learn the specific ways SWHR interacts with risk capture workflows before, during, and after the clinical encounter to improve patient outcomes, clinical resource utilization, financial integrity, and compliance
  • Discover how SWHR has leveraged NLP and analytics to amplify the impact of clinical and revenue cycle staff, improving their capacity to provide a higher quality of care while realizing appropriate care funding

Ren Mullinix, Vice President, Risk Adjustment and Coding
Southwestern Health Resources

Robin Lloyd, CCO
Health Fidelity

Provider/Payer Collaboration

Provider/Payer Collaboration in a Virtual World

  • The new realities in chart retrieval and the push towards eRetrieval
  • Coding for Care - CDI coding best practices at the point of care
  • Telehealth - early lessons from the field

Shahyan Currimbhoy, Head of Product
Talix

Marilee Klock, Director, Coding Operations
Geisinger Health Plan

Richard Bitting, Vice President, Actuarial Informatics
Jefferson Health

 

Compliance, Quality, and Stars

Partnering for Star Rating Success  

  • Explore the benefits of vendor/client partnerships to support Star rating improvements  
  • Develop a robust plan to delineate roles and responsibilities, along with communication and reporting processes 
  • Review practical examples of programs utilized to drive improvement, establish metrics and increase positive outcomes  

Shelley Collins, Director of Clinical Quality Improvement
BCBS Nebraska

Erica Krieger, Vice President – Quality
Advantasure

3:45 PM - 4:00 PM EDT
Networking Break

4:00 PM - 4:45 PM EDT

Concurrent Sessions

Social Determinants of Health

The Social Determinants of Health (SDoH): Has Risk Adjustment Met its Match?

  • Evaluate the monetary impact that SDoH related readmissions (attributing to National Health Expenditures at $3.5 trillion and rising) has in your risk adjustment program
  • Discuss how SDoH has prompted the largest number of mergers and acquisitions to date and what that means to your business
  • Learn how the SDoH movement is getting providers to prioritize fiscal and human capital and implement innovative strategies
  • Find solutions to challenges related to uncompensated care, coding, costs and compliance surrounding SDoH to assure the financial sustainability of your organization

Ellen Fink-Samnick, MSW, ACSW, LCSW, CCM, CRP, Subject Matter Expert
EFS Supervision Strategies

Kent Holdcroft, MA, Executive VP of Enterprise Accounts and Strategic Partnerships
AdhereHealth

Daniel Weaver, VP Stars, Quality, & Risk Adjustment
Gateway Health

Provider/Payer Collaboration

The Evolution of Member Engagement & What the Pandemic has Really Taught Us

Dr. Nick Bellos, MD: National Medical Director Extended Care Services
Quest Diagnostics

Dr. Shannon Decker, Vice President of Clinical Performance,
Brown and Toland

Compliance, Quality and Stars

Engaging Hard-To-Reach Members to Drive Action Around Quality and Risk

  • Defining and understanding members who need to complete key actions – closing a gap in care, visiting a provider, refilling a prescription – who are not engaged by your existing outreach
  • Exploring best practices, lessons learned and case study examples from plans engaging hard-to-reach members
  • Uncovering barriers to action and engagement members are facing to create an adaptable strategy  

Chris Nicholson, Co-Founder and CEO
mPulse Mobile

Rex Wallace, Founder and Principal
Rex Wallace Consulting, LLC

 

4:45 PM - 5:00 PM EDT
Networking Break

5:00 PM - 5:50 PM EDT

Telehealth – Revolutionizing the Health Care Delivery System

Join a panel of experts as they discuss the operational hurdlers and successes of moving towards a virtual heath delivery system. The speakers will touch on the challenges and limitations they’ve encounter related to member communication and engagement, coding and revenue expectations, and close the session by discussing the latest guidance presented by CMS regarding telehealth and preparing for 2021.  

Moderator:
Dave Meyer, Vice President, Stars
Cigna

Panel:
Ana Handshuh, Principal
CAT5 Strategies

Dawn Peterson, Director, Risk Adjustment 
Martin’s Point  

Sean Creighton, Vice President, Federal Policy
Humana

June 30, 2020

9:00 AM - 9:05 AM EDT

Opening Remarks

Ana Handshuh, Principal
CAT5 Strategies


9:05 AM - 10:00 AM EDT

Keynote Address

Jeff Henderson
Inspiring Celebrity Chef, Star of Flip My Food with Chef Jeff & Author of “If You Can See It, You Can Be It”

Jeff Henderson inspires with his emotional journey of redemption from the streets to the stove, sharing real-life strategies to help you achieve your dreams, no matter your stage of life.

10:00 AM -10:10 AM EDT
Networking Break

10:10 AM - 10:55 AM EDT

Concurrent Sessions

Risk Adjustment Strategies

Build a Coding Education Program Centered Around Physician Engagement

  • Learn about the changes in health care reimbursement and how risk adjustment coding is changing the role of diagnosis coding for coders and providers alike 
  • Obtain details around how to implement a program to better their organization’s chronic condition recapture rates and risk adjustment factor scores, helping to create a clearer picture of the patient’s medical complexity along with helping to meet the goals/incentives set by the various payers in the region 
  • Gain an insider’s view into what has worked (and not worked) for an organization, like Virginia Mason, in engaging providers, creating urgency and an education strategy

Sarah Ramsey Director, Documentation and Coding Director
Virginia Mason Medical Center

Christine Palermo, MD, Medical Director, Patient Financial Services
Virginia Mason Medical Center

Provider/ Payer Collaboration

Improve Provider Engagement: Present Risk Gaps in the Provider Workflow

  • Accurate diagnosis codes are critical for calculating appropriate capitation rates and health plans must rely on providers for those codes
  • Learn how to engage providers within their existing workflow to make coding validation an integral part of their day-to-day process
  • Discuss the benefits of proactive medical record review at the point of billing, close to the medical encounter, and how it can be a more efficient, effective approach than costly retrospective reviews
  • See how improved diagnosis coding accuracy can build stronger plan-provider collaboration while also delivering faster, more accurate risk adjusted payments   

Jimmy Liu, Vice President, Risk Analytics
Change Healthcare

Laura Sheriff, RN, MSN, CPC, CRC, National Director, Risk Adjustment
Molina Healthcare, Inc Molina Healthcare

Technology and Analytics

The Future of Telehealth & In-Home Visits for Risk Adjustment

  • How telehealth can complement in-home strategies
  • How to maximize yield with telehealth and in-home visits 
  • What is the long-term future of In-Home & Telehealth for Risk Adjustment
  • Other insights and practices for telehealth for Risk Adjustment

Jon Rogers, Director, Medical Risk Adjustment
CareSource

Ted Kyi, SVP, Business Intelligence & Analytics
Matrix Medical Network

10:55 AM - 11:05 AM EDT
Networking Break

11:05 AM - 11:50 AM EDT

National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) Update

Moderator:
Ana Handshuh, Principal
CAT5 Strategies

Speaker:
Paul Cotton, Director, Federal Affairs
National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA)

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT

Luncheon Virtual Roundtables

Virtual Roundtables Part One- Select from Different Presentations Spotlighting Health Care’s Most Influential Technology and Solution Gurus Presenting Tools to Elevate your Plan’s Initiatives.  

Join this unique opportunity to select three interactive, speed-dating type presentations featuring the latest technologies and solutions for boosting your plan’s risk, quality and data management endeavours.  An announcement will be made three times within this special 60-minute session, alerting you to transition to the next virtual roundtable of your choice.  

1:00 PM - 1:45 PM EDT

Concurrent Sessions

Risk Adjustment Strategies

Modernizing Provider Communication Strategy to Improve Risk, Quality & Clinical Outcomes

  • Build a successful provider communication strategy that “meets providers where they are” through flexible connectivity and delivery (e.g., Direct Messaging, FHIR, API, batch)
  • Evaluate the strategic and operational considerations that complement the strategies needed to streamline payer-provider communications and reduce provider abrasion
  • Deliver insights to providers within existing workflows at point of care to solve the asymmetry of patient information between payers and providers, and ultimately, improve outcomes
  • Close risk documentation gaps to improve risk score accuracy
  • Close quality gaps to improve Stars/HEDIS® measures
  • Gain access to critical clinical health information to provide higher quality care

Leah Hannum, Director of Risk Adjustment & Provider Strategy Leader
Blue Cross of Idaho

Brandon Solomon, Vice President of Client Advisory & Business Development
Pareto Intelligence

Provider/Payer Collaboration

Breaking Down Barriers Between Providers and Health Plans

  • Leveraging technology to reduce provider abrasion
  • Finding innovative approaches to collaboration
  • Enabling providers to capture appropriate and comprehensive patient acuity


Debbie Conboy, Vice President, Risk and Quality Products
Arcadia

Alan Whittington, Director of Risk Adjustment Programs and Portfolio Management
Highmark, Inc.

Technology and Analytics

Using Predictive Analytics and Identification of Gaps in Care to Help Determine the Best Path for Your Members

  • Identify and quantify members with the highest gaps and therefore highest-value within your population 
  • Ensure that providers gain trust and therefore rely on the use of care gap reports   
  • Focus your internal resources on closing the most impactful HEDIS gaps 
  • Access analytics to demonstrate effective and actional provider and member engagement initiatives 

Kathleen Dalziel, MHA, CPHQ, HEDIS and Accreditation Manager
Health Plan of San Joaquin

Michelle Miller, Chief Technology Officer
Centauri Health Solutions

1:45 PM - 2:00 PM EDT
Networking Break

 

 

 

 

 

2:00 PM - 2:50 PM EDT

Keynote Address

Allison Massari
Executive Coach, Celebrated Artist, Burn Survivor
Transforming Lives: The Art of Person-Centered Care  

With her perceptive view inside the “patient experience”, Allison Massari’s riveting and insightful keynote illuminates the immense value that healthcare teams have upon a patient who is suffering. This dynamic and poignant program offers real solutions to the struggle of how to keep the patient first despite limited time and other practical constraints.

2:50 PM - 3:00 PM EDT
Networking Break

3:00 PM - 3:45 PM EDT

Concurrent Sessions

Risk Adjustment Strategies

An Extra Special Regulatory Risk Adjustment Update

  • Accuracy or Precision: debate why you can’t have both and which one CMS plans to choose
  • Acute conditions – hear why CMS might add them to the model and whether that is a good idea
  • Discuss what can risk adjustment do about drugs and alcohol and how it might go horribly wrong
  • The Count Model and the Non-Linear Model for multiple HCCs – how they can help your validation strategy and make prediction and analytics impossible

 J. Gabriel McGlamery, J.D., Senior HCR Policy Consultant 
Florida Blue Center for Health Policy

Benefit Innovation and Care Management

Coordinate 3 Programs for Improved Outcomes: Quality, Risk Adjustment and Utilization Reduction

  • Discuss how technology and innovative data analytics can improve the lives of your members
  • Hear lessons learned and practical tips on program coordination from a national leader in risk-based, polychronic care

Michael Le, MD, Chief Medical Officer
Landmark Health

Kyle Mendez, MBA, Senior Director, Revenue Management
Landmark Health  

Provider/Payer Collaboration

Hitting the Target: Leveraging Data to Optimize Processes, and Find Success in Value-Based Health Care

  • Explain how to use point of care tools and clinical data to supply providers with accurate information and education regarding documentation
  • Describe how an organization collaborates with executive leadership, consultants, payers and vendors to achieve greater results
  • Identify strategies to raise provider awareness and acceptance of initiatives aimed at improving performance in value-based contracts, through improved expert relationships

Jennifer Houlihan, Vice President of Value-Based Care and Population
Wake Forest Baptist Health

Jessica Vaughn, Manager, Clinical Documentation Excellence
Wake Forest Baptist Health

3:45 PM - 4:00 PM EDT
Networking Break

4:00 PM - 4:40 PM EDT

The Look Ahead – Strategies to Help you Succeed in 2021 and Beyond

Moderator:
Kevin Mowll, Executive Director
RISE Institute

Speakers:
Dr. Shannon Decker, Vice President of Clinical Performance,
Brown and Toland

RaeAnn L Grossman, President, Medicare Advantage
Bright Health Plan

Dr. Allysceaeioun D. Britt, Office of Faculty Affairs and Development
Assistant Professor
Division of Public Health Practice
School of Graduate Studies and Research
Meharry Medical College

4:40 PM - 4:45 PM EDT

Closing Remarks