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Date(s) - Wednesday, January 20, 2016, 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

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Objectives for the Meeting

  • Discuss approaches to engage the affiliate community and affinity groups to include diverse perspectives in deliverables from PBP Work Group
  • Agree on a plan and next steps to finalize work products on patient attribution and financial benchmarking sprints
  • Initiate work on data sharing and performance measurement sprints; develop agreement on key issues or preliminary recommendations

Agenda

  • Welcome, Housekeeping, and Opening Comments- Dana Gelb Safran, Glenn Steele, Anne Gauthier
  • Engaging the Broader Community: Affiliate Community and Affinity Groups- Anne Gauthier, Leina Slater
    • Affinity Groups
    • Strategies to engage the Affiliate Community, with a demonstration of Handshake
    • Next Steps
  • Patient Attribution Sprint- Amy Nguyen
    • Discuss Recommendations
    • Outstanding Issues
    • Next Steps
  • Financial Benchmarking Sprint- Michael Chernew
    • Discuss Recommendations
    • Outstanding Issues
    • Next Steps
  • Data Sharing Sprint- David Muhlestein, Glenn Steele
    • Set context—definition and importance
    • Develop scope – what’s in and what’s out
    • Validate and refine Sprint objectives
    • Clarify target user of Sprint work product
  • Performance Measurement Sprint- Sanne Magnan, Dana Gelb Safran
    • Set context—definition and importance
    • Develop scope – what’s in and what’s out
    • Validate and refine Sprint objectives
    • Clarify target user of Sprint work product
  • Sprint Working Sessions (Break-out into Separate Rooms)- David Muhlestein, Sanne Magnan
    • Start with the end in mind: Outline the final work product
    • Agree on key inputs:  Identify inventory to build on
    • How to get there: Develop work approach
    • Considerations for engaging broader audiences
  • Data Sharing Sprint Report Out and Discussion- David Muhlestein
  • Performance Measurement Report Out and Discussion- Sanne Magnan
  • Next Steps and Wrap Up- Glenn Steele, Dana Gelb Safran, Chris Izui
    • Recap next steps
    • Review and refine delivery timeline
    • Encourage participation in Spring LAN Summit and PBP Listening Sessions
    • Review logistics for next work group meetings
    • Collect meeting feedback

Summary

On January 20, 2016, the Population-Based Payment (PBP) Work Group discussed engagement plans to solicit the LAN affiliated community’s and affinity groups’ input on draft recommendations for patient attribution and financial benchmarking in population-based payment models. The panel discussed the draft key approaches, principles, and plans for the current patient attribution and financial benchmarking sprints, and illustrated key tasks and areas of consideration for two upcoming sprints that will individually focus on performance measurement and data sharing. Lastly, the panel discussed timing goals to draft White Papers for the new performance measurement and data sharing sprints.

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To achieve the goal of better care, smarter spending, and healthier people, the U.S. health care system must substantially reform its payment structure to incentivize quality, health outcomes, and value over volume. The Health Care Payment Learning and Action Network (LAN) was established as a collaborative network of public and private stakeholders, including health plans, providers, patients, employers, consumers, states, federal agencies, and other partners within the health care community.

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