The Pisacano Leadership Foundation cordially invites all attendees to the Pisacano Scholars Reception to be held on Saturday, April 23, 2016 from 5:30–7:30 PM in the Penn Quarter at the Grand Hyatt.

If you are interested in attending, please send an email to rgcpcf@aafp.org for an accurate attendee count.

Saturday, April 23rd: Young Leaders Day (For Pisacano Scholars)

Time

Activity

Speakers

8:00-9:00 AM

REGISTRATION

 

9:00-10:30AM

Introductions and updates among scholars

 

10:30AM

Welcome, Introductions

Robert Cattoi, Executive Director,  Pisacano Foundation & Andrew Bazemore, MD, MPH, Director, Robert Graham Center-American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP)

11:00-11:50AM

AHRQ Resources for Primary Care

Arlene Bierman, MD, MS, Director of Center for Evidence and Practice Improvement (CEPI), AHRQ

11:50-12:05 PM

BREAK, LUNCH SET UP

 

12:05-1:00PM

Lunch & Keynote: Breeding Leadership, Scholarship, & Advocacy

Samuel Jones, MD, Fairfax Family Practice

1:00-2:00PM

Starfield & the Primary Care Paradox

Kurt Stange, Editor, Annals of Family Medicine and Gertrude Donnelly Hess, MD Professor of Oncology Research, and Professor of Family Medicine, Epidemiology & Biostatistics, Oncology and Sociology, Case Western University

2:00-3:00PM

Introduction to Primary Care Payment & Measurement Developing International Measures for Primary Care

Robert Phillips, Jr.,MD, MSPH, Vice President, American Board of Family Medicine, (ABFM) Andrew Bazemore, MD

3:00-3:15PM

BREAK

 

3:15-4:00PM

Building Effective Teams in Primary Care

Manisha Sharma, MD, Co-Director, Iora Health Academy and Fellowship & Ali Khan, MD, MPP, Regional Medical Officer, CareMore

4:00-5:00PM

Maintaining & Becoming an Effective Mentor

Manisha Sharma & Ali Khan

5:30-7:30PM

Pisacano Scholars Celebration & Networking with Experienced Leaders

James Puffer, MD, President & CEO American Board of Family Medicine (ABFM)

 

 

 

 

 

Sunday, April 24th: Measuring and Paying for the Primary Care Function

Time

Activity

Speaker

7:30 AM

Breakfast

8:30 AM

Summit Kickoff:

Welcome, Introduction to Day

Andrew Bazemore

 

Round 1, Big Ideas: Primary Care Payment and Measurement

TED Talks followed by World Café Discussion Breakouts 

8:45AM

Setting the Stage – Payment, Measurement & the Primary Care Paradox

Kurt Stange

9:00AM

What does Effective Primary Care Payment Look Like?

Kavita Patel, MD, Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution

9:15AM

Disruptive Innovations in Primary Care Payment

Rushika Fernandopulle, MD,MPP, Co-Founder & CEO, Iora Health

9:30AM

Primary Care Payment, Social Determinants, & Community Risk

Claire Pomeroy, MD, MBA, President, The Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation

9:45 AM

Brief Break and move to rooms

10AM-11:30  World Café- Round 1

Rotating 20-25 minute small group discussions

Topic 1

Payment, Measurement & the Primary Care Paradox

Speaker: Kurt Stange

Reactor: Jonathan Blum, Executive Vice President of Medical Affairs, CareFirst

Moderator/Reporter: Stephanie Gold, MD, Instructor-Fellow in Health Policy, Eugene S. Farley, Jr. Health Policy Center, University of Colorado School of Medicine

Topic 2

What does Effective Primary Care Payment Look Like?

Speaker: Kavita Patel

Reactor: Michael Fine, MD, Fmr Director, Rhode Island Dept of Health

Moderator/Reporter: Larry A. Green, MD., Professor and Epperson Zorn Chair for Innovation in Family Medicine and Primary Care and Senior Advisor, Eugene S. Farley, Jr. Health Policy Center, University of Colorado School of Medicine

Topic 3

Disruptive Innovations in Primary Care Payment

Speaker: Rushika Fernandopulle

Reactor: Arlene Bierman

Moderator/Reporter: Lauren Hughes, MD, Deputy Secretary for Health Innovation, State of Pennsylvania

Topic 4

Primary Care Payment, Social Determinants, & Community Risk

Speaker: Claire Pomeroy

Reactor: Laura Makaroff, DO, Senior Clinical Advisor, Office of Quality and Data, Health Resources and Services Administration

Bureau of Primary Health Care

Moderator/Reporter: Lloyd Michener, MD, Professor and Chairman of the Department of Community and Family Medicine, and Director of the Duke Center for Community Research, Duke University

11:30-11:45 AM     Break before reporting & lunch

11:45-12:15PM

Reporting/Reaction (Reconvene - Large Conference Room)

Moderator: Ted Long, MD, MHS, Associate Research Scientist in the Yale School of Medicine and an Investigator in the Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation (CORE)

12:15-1:15 PM

Lunch

Shannon Brownlee, MSc, Author & Senior Vice President, Lown Institute

Nibbled to Death by Ducks

Round 2, Big Ideas: Primary Care Payment and Measurement

TED Talks followed by World Café Discussion Breakouts

1:15PM

Setting the Stage - Preparing for a new age of Measurement in Primary Care: Lessons from the U.K. Quality Outcomes Framework

Amanda Howe, MA MD MEd FRCGP, Professor of Primary Care, University of East Anglia, and President - Elect World Organization of Family Doctors (WONCA).  

1:30 PM

The Intersection of Payment Reform, Performance Measurement & Delivery System Transformation

Dana Gelb Safran, ScD, Chief Performance Measurement & Improvement Officer ,Senior Vice President, Enterprise Analytics

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts

1:45 PM

Measuring & Paying for Starfield’s C’s: Comprehensiveness, Continuity, & Coordination

Eugene Rich, MD, Senior Fellow; Director, Center on Health Care Effectiveness, Mathematica & Ann O’Malley, MD, Senior Fellow, Mathematica

2:00 PM

Necessary Payment & Measurement Innovations & the Primary Care of Children

Sandra Hassink, MD, Immediate Past President, American Academy of Pediatricians

2:15 PM

Brief Break and move to rooms

2:30-4:00PM  World Café- Round 2

Rotating 20-25 minute small group discussions

Topic 1

Preparing for a new age of Measurement in Primary Care: Lessons from the U.K. Quality Outcomes Framework

Leaders: Amanda Howe

Reactor: Russ Phillips, MD, Director of the Center for Primary Care and the William Applebaum Professor of Medicine and Professor of Global Health and Social Medicine, Harvard Center for Primary Care

Moderator/Reporter: Rebecca Etz, PhD., Associate Professor  & Co-Director, Ambulatory Care Outcomes Research, Network Virginia Commonwealth Univ.(VCU)

Topic 2

Moving Beyond the Limitations of Current Primary Care Measures

Leader: Dana Safran

Reactor: Robert Berenson, MD, Institute Fellow, The Urban Institute

Moderator/Reporter: Glen Stream, MD, FAAFP, President & Board Chairman, Family Medicine for America’s Health (FMAH)

Topic 3

Measuring & Paying for Starfield’s C’s: Comprehensiveness, Continuity, & Coordination:

Leaders: Eugene Rich & Ann O’Malley

Reactor: Laura Sessums, MD, Director, Division of Advanced Primary Care , Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation (CMMI)

Moderator/Reporter: Lars Peterson, MD, Research Director, American Board of Family Medicine (ABFM)

Topic 4

Payment & Measurement Innovations & the Primary Care of Children

Leader: Sandra Hassink

Reactor: Robert Hall, Assoc. Director, Government Affairs, American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)

Moderator/Reporter: Shale L Wong, MD, MSPH, Professor of Pediatrics and Director of Child Health Policy and Education, Eugene S. Farley, Jr. Health Policy Center, University of Colorado School of Medicine

4:00-4:30PM        Coffee Break

 

4:30-5:00PM

Reporting/Reaction (Reconvene - Large Conference Room)

Moderator: Ted Long

5:00PM

Adjourn

5:15-7:15PM

Summit Reception

Grand Hyatt Hotel Foyer

7:00PM-

Dine Out Groups

 

 

Monday, April 25th: Training & Deploying Effective Teams in Primary Care

Time

Activity

Speakers

7:30 AM

Shared Interest Breakfast – working meetings

8:15 AM

Welcome, Introduction to Day

Winston Liaw & Andrew Bazemore

 

8:30AM

Setting the Stage 3: Beyond bright spots. How do we identify and scale effective Primary Care teams?

Erin Sullivan, PhD., Research Director, Center for Primary Care, Harvard Medical School

Round 3, Big Ideas: Primary Care Teams

TED Talks followed by World Café Discussion Breakouts

8:45AM

Innovations in Primary Care Teams

Ali Khan, MD, Regional Medical Officer, CareMore

9:00AM

Broadening the team: Linking primary care, public health, and the community

Art Kaufman, MD, Vice-Chancellor for Community Health , Univ. of New Mexico

9:15AM

Teams to accommodate the whole person: Integrated primary care and mental health

Benjamin F. Miller, PsyD, Assistant Professor, Department of Family Medicine, Director, Eugene S. Farley, Jr. Health Policy Center, University of Colorado School of Medicine

9:30AM

Training a Diverse Primary Care Team

Marc Nivet, EdD, Chief Diversity Officer, American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC)

9:45 AM

Brief Break and move to rooms

10:00AM-11:30  World Café- Round 3

Rotating 20-25 minute small group discussions

Topic 1

Broadening the team: Linking primary care, public health, and the community

Leader: Art Kaufman

Reactor: Susan Jackson, DrPH, MPH, CHES, Social Science Research Analyst, Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation, Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS)

Moderator/Reporter: Alex Krist, MD, MPH, Associate Professor, Fairfax Family Medicine Residency and Co-director, Ambulatory Care Outcomes Research Network Virginia Commonwealth University

Topic 2

Teams to accommodate the whole person: Integrated primary care and mental health

Leader: Ben Miller

Reactor: Steve Cha, MD, Director, State Innovations Group, Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS)

Moderator /Reporter: Larry A. Green

Topic 3

Training a Diverse Primary Care Team

Leader: Marc Nivet

Reactor: Mary Beth Bigley, PhD, MSN, ANP, Director, Division of Nursing and Public Health, HRSA

Moderator/Reporter: Frederick Chen, MD, MPH, Vice Chair for Clinical Services, Dept of Family Medicine, University of Washington

Topic 4

Innovations in Primary Care Teams

Leader: Ali Khan

Reactor: Lisa LeRoy, MBA, PhD, Principal Associate, Abt Associates

Moderator/Reporter: Perry Dickinson, MD, Professor, University of Colorado School of Medicine

11:45AM-12:15PM

Reporting/Reaction (Reconvene - Large Conference Room)

Moderator: Ted Long

Assigned Reporters get 3 minutes each, moderator helps to drive us towards efficient, effective wrap up and next steps

12:15-1:15 PM

Lunch & Speaker: Jonathan Cohn, Senior National Correspondent, Huffington Post

Health Policy Prospects & Possibilities in a Presidential Election Year

 

Round 4, Big Ideas: Primary Care Teams Part 2

 

TED Talks followed by World Café Discussion Breakouts

 

1:15PM

Setting the Stage 4 -The Sweet Spot: Ice Cream Sundaes, The Ten Building Blocks and Advanced Models of Primary Care

J. Nwando Olayiwola, MD, MPH, FAAFP, Director, UCSF Center for Excellence in Primary Care

1:30 PM

Advancing Teamwork between the Medical Home & Medical Neighborhood

Scott Shipman, MD, Director of Primary Care Initiatives, American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC)

1:45 PM

The Shifting Culture of Primary Care Teams

Andrew Morris-Singer, MD, President, Primary Care Progress

2:00 PM

Statewide Innovations in Primary Care Payment: Implications for Teams

Christopher Koller, President, Milbank Foundation

2:15 PM

Brief Break and move to rooms

 

 

2:30-4PM     World Café- Round 4

Rotating 20-25 minute small group discussions

Topic 1

Primary Care Teams & the 10 building blocks

Leader: J. Nwando Olayiwola

Reactor: Kathleen Klink, MD, FAAFP, Director, Medical & Dental Education, Veterans Administration

Moderator/Reporter:  Jason Marker, MD, FAAFP FMAHealth

Topic 2

Advancing Teamwork between the Medical Home & Medical Neighborhood

Leader: Scott Shipman

Reactor: Candice Chen, MD,MPH, Director, Division of Medicine and Dentistry, HRSA

Moderator/Reporter: Diane Rittenhouse, MD,  Associate Professor, UCSF School of Medicine Department of Family Community Medicine, University of California, San Francisco

Topic 3

The Shifting Culture of Primary Teams

Leader: Andrew Morris-Singer, Primary Care Progress

Reactor: Fitzhugh Mullan, MD, Murdock Head Professor of Medicine and Health Policy, Professor of Pediatrics, and Co-Director of the George Washington University Health Workforce Institute

Moderator/Reporter: Jennifer Carroll, MD, MPH, Network Director, National Research Network, American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP)

Topic 4

Statewide Innovations in Primary Care Payment: Implications for Teams

Leader: Christopher Koller

Reactor: Frederick Isasi, Division Director, Health Division, National Governors Association(NGA)

Moderator/Reporter: Michael Fine

2:30-4PM (Simultaneous to World Café, Round 4) Planning Mtgs: Next Starfield Summit

4:00-4:30PM

Coffee Break

 

4:30-5:00PM

Reporting/Reaction (Reconvene - Large Conference Room)

Moderator: Ted Long

Assigned Reporters get 3 minutes each, moderator helps to drive us towards efficient, effective wrap up and next steps

5:00-5:15PM

Wrap up & Next Steps - Bazemore

5:15PM

2016 Starfield Summit Adjourns

 

 

April 26th – Robert Graham Center Primary Care Forum, Capitol Hill Visitor’s Center

8:30-10 AM:         Dissemination Committee Meetings: Grand Hyatt

Time for any writing teams to gather and plan next steps

11-1PM RGC Primary Care Forum – Capitol Hill Visitors Center

Starfield’s Legacy: Advancing Primary Care Evidence for Effective Policy

1)    Payment, Measurement & the Primary Care Paradox – Dr. Kurt Stange

2)    Preparing for a new age of Measurement in Primary Care: Lessons from the U.K. Quality Outcomes Framework  - Dr. Amanda Howe

3)    Beyond bright spots. How do we identify and scale effective Primary Care teams? – Dr. Erin Sullivan

1PM: Adjourn

 

DOWNLOAD:

Registration Form

Please submit completed Registration Form HERE.


HOTEL & TRAVEL INFORMATION:

The Grand Hyatt - Washington Hotel

1000 H Street NW

Washington, D.C., USA, 20001

 

Tel:

1-202-582-1234

 

Conference Room Rates: $225.00 single or double

Reservation Deadline: March 23, 2016

 

Please click here to make your reservation:

resweb.passkey.com/go/AcademyofFamilyPhysicians

Hotel Reservations by Phone:

1-888-421-1442 

Ask for the Starfield Summit room block to receive the conference rate. 

 

Reservations should be made directly with the Grand Hyatt Hotel. Be sure to request the Starfield Summit group rate when making your reservations. If conference attendance exceeds expectations, rooms in the conference block may sell out prior to this date. Therefore, make your reservations as soon as possible to ensure your preferred accommodations. Rooms will be on a space- and rate-available basis after March 24, 2016.  Request a confirmation number when making your reservations. In the unlikely event that you have to cancel your reservations, ask for a “cancellation confirmation.” 


Travel:

Airline Reservations

Please make your airline reservations as soon as possible to ensure the lowest available fare to and from Washington, DC.

Ground Transportation

The Grand Hyatt does not provide shuttle service to/from the airport(s).  Transportation Options are as follows:

SuperShuttle:

To receive the Summit discount please make your online reservations at

www.supershuttle.com/default.aspx?GC=YA4BZ

The customized group discount code for the AAFP Robert Graham Center this April is as follows: YA4BZ.

Metro Rail Service: 

Metro runs daily to/from DCA airport to various Metro stops near the hotel.  The closest Metro stop would be Metro Center on the Red, Orange and Silver Lines.

Amtrak Service: 

If arriving into Thurgood Marshall (BWI) airport, you can take Amtrak to Union Station.  From Union Station, you will need a taxi or Metro to arrive at the hotel.

Taxi:

Taxi service is available at all the major airports.  Please ask the driver for fare information.  Most taxis will take credit cards for payment.

Uber: 

If you have an Uber account, transportation is available by logging into your account at

get.uber.com

Parking:

Self parking is available at the hotel.  The discounted rate is $34.00 per day plus taxes. Valet parking is available for $52.00 per day plus taxes. Please visit the Grand Hyatt website for full details.

grandwashington.hyatt.com/en/hotel/our-hotel/parking.html

 

Post conference publications

“A Paradox Persists When the Paradigm Is Wrong”: Pisacano Scholars' Reflections from the Inaugural Starfield Summit 
(Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine, 2016)

 

Starfield summit attendee list

List of Attendees (PDF, 28KB)

 

sunday am: payment

The Paradox of Primary Care (PDF, 67KB)

What would effective primary care look like? (PDF, 62KB)

Disruptive Innovations in Primary Care Payment (PDF, 65KB)

Community risk adjustment for primary care payment (PDF, 60KB)

 

sunday pm: Measurement

The Intersection of Payment Reform, Performance Measurement & Delivery System Transformation
(PDF, 63KB)

What is Effective Payment Reform for Primary Care? (PDF, 66KB)

Does pay for performance need a registered population? (PDF, 61KB)

Payment & Measurement in the Primary Care of Children: Measurement and Models that advance child health (PDF, 61KB)

 

monday am: teams 1

Addressing Social Determinants in the Clinic: Role of Community Health Workers (PDF, 61KB)

Teams to accommodate the whole person: Integrated primary care and mental health (PDF, 99KB)

The Power of the Right Questions (PDF, 61KB)

Moving Primary Care Teams From the Frontier to the Home Front (PDF, 63KB)

 

monday pm: teams 2

The Sweet Spot: Ice Cream Sundaes, the Ten Building Blocks and Advanced Primary Care
(PDF, 61KB)

Advancing teamwork between the medical home and medical neighborhood (PDF, 70KB)

Cultivating teams: How do we support the shift in roles, mindsets, and behaviors? (PDF, 67KB)

Statewide innovations in primary care payment: Implications for teams (PDF, 60KB)

 

Communications:

Moderator/Reporter & Pisacano Scholar Guide – World Café & Reporting Out (PDF, 251KB)

Starfield Summit Agenda (PDF, 216KB)

Starfield Summit Playbook (PDF, 51KB)

Starfield Summit Speaker Bios (PDF, 810KB) 

Registration Update Email (PDF, 154KB) 

Annotated Bibliography - Measurement (PDF, 305KB) 

Annotated Bibliography - Payment (PDF, 413KB)

Annotated Bibliography - Teams (PDF, 325KB)

Teams in Primary Care Commentary (PDF, 350KB)

Paying for the Primary Care Function Handout (PDF, 91KB)

Measuring and Paying for the Primary Care Function (PDF, 371KB)

 

EVENTS:

Primary Care Forum (PDF, 55KB)