Pay for Performance 2007 Web Summit

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Event Date/Time: Apr 23, 2007 End Date/Time: Apr 27, 2007
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Pay for Performance 2007 Web Summit
April 23rd through April 27th, 2007

The web summit on pay for performance initiatives and issues
http://www.healthwebsummit.com/p4p2007.htm





4 "Live" Audio Conferences 68 Faculty Presentations 11 Podcast Interviews
Complete Package Registration Fee: $495
Single Audio Conference Registration Fee: $195

Co-sponsored by The National Pay for Performance Summit

Please join us at the Pay for Performance 2007 Web Summit event, hosted by MCOL's Healthcare Web Summit division and co-sponsored by The National Pay for Performance Summit. Register today to learn more major trends, issues and data shaping P4P health care initiatives for 2007.
All Web Summit attendees will have access to: a package of four live audio conference sessions; sixty-eight faculty presentations; eleven podcast interviews; opportunity to interact with faculty; video clip; e-poll and more. The Pay for Performance Web Summit is accessible exclusively online, beginning at 8:00am PST on Monday, April 23rd and runs through Friday April 27th, 2007. Presentations include nationally prominent faculty that recently participated in the 2007 National Pay for Performance Summit.
Get details or Register at http://www.healthwebsummit.com/p4p2007.htm or call 209.577.4888. Click here to download a printable flyer and registration form you can fax or mail.
What is a Web Summit?
Web Summit events are Internet-based conferences that offer the convenience of accessing faculty presentations, podcast recordings, video clips and more, all without having to adjust your schedule or travel, saving you both time and money!! Participant will engage in interactive learning and networking via e-queries with faculty, live audio conferences and audio forums that include question and answer sessions, podcasts, and video clips.
Summary of key participant benefits:
• 4 "Live" Audio Conference Webinar sessions
• 68 faculty presentations
• Interact with faculty
• Listen to 11 Faculty Podcast Interviews
• Learn about major trends, issues and data shaping P4P health care initiatives for 2007
• E-learning at YOUR convenience, with faculty presentations and web summit resources available 24/7
Audio Conference Schedule*:

Monday, April 23rd, 1 PM Pacific
Pay for Performance and the Integrated Healthcare Association
Tom Williams, Executive Director
Dolores Yanagihara, Program Development Manager
Integrated Healthcare Association, Oakland, CA

Wednesday, April 25th, 10 AM Pacific
Impact of P4P: Are There Improvements in Cost and Care?
Kathleen Curtin, NP, MBA,
Healthcare Value Management, Buffalo, NY

Thursday, April 26th, 10 AM Pacific
How hospitals and health systems fit into the pay for performance puzzle
Richard A. Norling, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Premier, Inc., San Diego, CA

Friday, April 27th, 9 AM Pacific
Issues in Performance-Based Provider Contracting
William DeMarco, President
DeMarco and Associates, Rockford, IL
*To register for a single Audio Conference, go to: https://www.managedcarestore.com/summitaudio.htm or call 209.577.4888.

Web Summit Faculty:
Review the detailed faculty agenda at: http://www.healthwebsummit.com/p4pagenda.htm
2007 faculty participants include: Geoffrey B. Baker, MBA, Chief Executive Officer and President, Med-Vantage, Inc., San Francisco, CA; * John Bott, Value Based Purchasing Manager, Employer Health Care Alliance Cooperative, Madison, WI; * Michael F. Cannon, Director of Health Policy Studies, Cato Institute, Washington, DC * James Chase, Executive Director, Minnesota Community Measurement, St. Paul, MN; * William D. Darling, Esq., Partner, Strasburger & Price, LLP, Austin, TX; * William DeMarco, President, DeMarco and Associates, Rockford, IL; * Donald W. Kemper, MPH, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Healthwise, Inc., Boise, ID; * Lisa M. Duchon, PhD, Senior Consultant, Health Management Associates, Washington, DC; * Andrew Foster, CBE, chief executive officer, Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Trust, Wigan, England; * Alice Gosfield, , Alice G. Gosfield and Associates, PC, Philadelphia, PA; * Jeff Greene, CEO, MedEncentive, LLC, Oklahoma City, OK; * Stephen R. Grossbart, PhD, Vice President, Quality Management, Catholic Healthcare Partners, Cincinnati, OH; * Jeff Hanson, Vice President, Thomson Healthcare - Medstat, Washington, DC; * Joel D. Hyatt, MD, Assistant Medical Director, SCPMG Regional Administration, Pasadena, CA; * Robert E. Jackson, M.D., Associates in Medicine, PA, Physicians' Alliance for Quality, Houston, TX; * Jon A. Hultman, DPM, MBA, Chief Executive Officer, Integrated Physician Systems (IPS), Longwood, FL; * Kathleen Curtin, NP, MBA, Healthcare Value Management, Buffalo, NY; * Robert Krughoff, JD, President, Consumers' Checkbook/Center for the Study of Services, Washington, DC; * Jeff Levin-Scherz, MD, MBA, Chief Medical Officer, Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates and HealthOne Care System, Newton, MA; * Cal Ludeman, Commissioner, Minnesota Department of Human Services, St. Paul, MN; * Janet Marchibroda, Chief Executive Officer, eHealth Initiative and Foundation, Washington, DC; * Robert Margolis, MD, Managing Partner and CEO, HealthCare Partners, Torrance, CA; * Richard A. Norling, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Premier, Inc., San Diego, CA; * Gene Pascarella, DPM, MBA, Integrated Physician Systems (IPS), Longwood, FL; * Michael Pine, MD, Michael Pine and Associates, Chicago, IL; * Jeff Rideout, MD, MA, Vice President, Internet Business Solutions Group, Cisco Systems, San Jose, CA; * James Robinson, PhD, MPH, Chair, Division of Health Policy and Management, School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley, CA; * Alexander P. Ruggieri, MD, MHS, Chief Medical Officer, Senior Director for Safety Solutions, Cerner Galt, Cerner Corporation, Simi Valley, CA; * Arnold Saperstein, MD, President, MetroPlus Health Plan, New York, NY; * Mark Schafer, MD, Medical Director, Bristol Park Medical Group, Santa Ana, CA; * Stephen M. Shortell, PhD, MPH, Dean and Distinguished Professor of Health Policy & Management, University of California Berkeley, Berkeley, CA; * Neil Solomon, President, NAS Consulting Services, San Francisco, CA; * Diane Stewart, Director, Performance Improvement, Pacific Business Group on Health, San Francisco, CA; * Jeffrey E. Thompson, MD, Chief Executive Officer, Gundersen Lutheran Health System, La Crosse, WI; * Bert White, MBA, DMin, Project Director, National Evaluation Team - Rewarding Results, Boston University School of Public Health, Pembroke, MA; * Tom Williams, Executive Director, Integrated Healthcare Association, Oakland, CA; * Dolores Yanagihara, Program Development Manager, Integrated Healthcare Association, Oakland, CA

Podcast Interviews*:
• Michael F. Cannon, Director of Health Policy Studies, Cato Institute, Washington, DC
• William D. Darling, Esq., Partner, Strasburger & Price, LLP, Austin, TX
• William DeMarco, President, DeMarco and Associates, Rockford, IL
• Andrew Foster, CBE, chief executive officer, Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Trust, Wigan, England
• Jeff Greene, CEO, MedEncentive, LLC, Oklahoma City, OK
• Alice Gosfield, , Alice G. Gosfield and Associates, PC, Philadelphia, PA
• Jeff Hanson, Vice President, Thomson Healthcare - Medstat, Washington, DC
• Donald W. Kemper, MPH, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Healthwise, Inc., Boise, ID
• Michael Pine, MD, Michael Pine and Associates, Chicago, IL
• Alexander P. Ruggieri, MD, MHS, Chief Medical Officer, Senior Director for Safety Solutions, Cerner Galt, Cerner Corporation, Simi Valley, CA
• Jeff Levin-Scherz, MD, MBA, Chief Medical Officer, Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates and HealthOne Care System, Newton, MA
*Podcasts involve recorded interviews with selected faculty regarding their presentation subject matter, that average eleven minutes in length. The Podcasts are audio files that can be downloaded from the Podcast menu page, or can optionally be delivered through your RSS feed reader and Podcast software. The audio files are provided in mp3 format, and can be downloaded and listened to with your PDA, iPod, or mp3 player, or through your desktop or laptop computer.
Learning Objectives:
Attendees at the P4P 2007 web summit will be able to:
• Gain an overall sense of the major trends, issues and data shaping P4P health care initiatives for 2007 and beyond.
• Obtain a detailed understanding of technical issues and operational considerations including Employer, Health Plan and Government Initiatives, Quality of care, Health Information Technology, Physician Engagement, Financial Incentives, Legal Issues and Measurement and Data Collection
• Gain marketplace intelligence through key case studies of p4p programs and vendors.
• Receive a snapshot of the current state of the p4p initiatives.
• Experience e-learning at the attendees' convenience, with faculty presentations, podcasts and web summit resources available 24/7
• Engage in interactive learning and networking through e-inquiries with faculty, live audio conferences, podcast interviews and webinars with questions and answer sessions, and video clips.

PRICE
Complete Web Summit package: $495. Web Summit Plus CD-ROM: $535. Site License and Group Discounts available for Complete Summit Package and Individual Audio Conferences: Call MCOL at: 209.577.4888.
REGISTRATION
1. Online: https://www.managedcarestore.com/summit.htm
2. Call: Healthcare Web Summit office at: 209.577.4888
3. Fax: Print off registration form at: http://www.healthwebsummit.com/p4p07flyer.pdf and fax to: 209.577.3557
4. Mail: Print off registration form at: http://www.healthwebsummit.com/p4p07flyer.pdf and mail to:
Healthcare Web Summit Office
1101 Standiford Avenue, Suite C-3
Modesto, CA 95350

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Additional Information

Complete Web Summit package: $495 Individual Audio Conference: $195