All are welcome & encouraged to attend this five person expert panel event.
As medical payment systems grapple with how to pay for “value not volume,” it’s natural (and essential) to ask: How do we determine value? How do we judge quality? Because this is a multi-faceted topic, we have gathered a panel which will speak from multiple points of view. Our goal is for everyone to leave the event with a deeper, more nuanced understanding of the issues and challenges, and hopefully with some new ideas about how to create meaningful solutions.
Please RSVP using the tinyURL at the bottom of this event to ensure enough refreshments for all.
Harry Jha, MD – Perelman School of Medicine, U Penn, radiologist. (quality can’t be meaningfully measured, certainly not by satisfaction scores)
Associate Professor of Radiology at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Active Staff, Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, Department of Medical Imaging, Philadelphia, PA
Active Staff, Pennsylvania Hospital, Department of Radiology, Philadelphia, PA
Attending, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Department of Radiology, Philadelphia, PA
Jaan Sidorov, MD, MHSA, FACP – Care Centered Collaborative at PAMED. (Conventional view of quality oversight; MACRA supporter).
Jaan Sidorov MD is a CEO, board chair and medical executive who is experienced in oversight of complex healthcare and insurance enterprises including professional liability, medical technology, population health, organized medicine and “big data.” Jaan is the CEO and President of the Care Centered Collaborative, a Pennsylvania Medical Society subsidiary organization dedicated to improving patient care through the partner-based integration of physician-led medical practices throughout Pennsylvania. He is a board certified general internal medicine physician with over 25 years of experience in primary care, inpatient care, medical education and evidence-based practice.
Carol Coren, MFA, BS Ms. Coren is a principal in Cornerstone Ventures LLC, a business consulting company that helps clients investigate, build or invest in social enterprises. Much of her recent work has focused on strengthening communities through sustainable development initiatives that have led to Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) growing centers, grocery stores in food deserts and Food Hubs that provide distribution, packaging and processing services to local food growers. These have created jobs and revenues for challenged rural and urban communities and played roles in advancing locally operated disease prevention, wellness support and healthy diet initiatives. Social enterprises are sustainable businesses that perform on triple bottom lines, typically measured in terms of planet, people and profit.
Norma Padron, PhD, MPH – (population health as a measure of quality)