Past Event

Brookings Active Surveillance Implementation Council Meeting #2

The Brookings Active Surveillance Implementation Council meeting opened with brief summaries of a number of ongoing pilot projects using distributed data systems, including:

  • Mini-Sentinel
  • Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation and the Centers for Medicaid & Medicare Services’s multi-payer claims database
  • National Institute of Health’s HMO Collaboratory
  • European Medicines Agency-Coordinated PROTECT Project
  • Observational Medical Outcomes Partnership
  • Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality’s distributed database work.

Because Sentinel’s success depends on its ability to attract and maintain private sector data and analytic partners, the majority of the meeting focused on ensuring a meaningful and worthwhile experience for these stakeholders. Two guest panels comprised of senior executives from health plans and integrated delivery systems helped to stimulate discussion, as they articulated their concerns and needs for their participation in Sentinel. Council members and guest panelists then explored potential solutions to address these issues, including the possible roles that private sector data and analytic partners may play in the governance of Sentinel.

Agenda

Welcome, Introduction, Charge to the Council, and Meeting Objectives

Remarks from FDA Leadership

D

Janet Woodcock

Director, Center for Drug Evaluation and Research - US Food and Drug Administration

D

Rachel Behrman

Director, Office of Medical Policy, Center for Drug Evaluation and Research

Mini-Sentinel: A Coordinating Center and Distributed Data Center

S

Judy Racoosin

Sentinel Initiative Scientific Lead, Office of Medical Policy, Center for Drug Evaluation and Research

P

Richard Platt

Professor and Chair, Department of Population Medicine - Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality's Distributed Data Systems

C

Jean Slutsky

Center for Outcomes and Evidence, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation/Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services' Multi-Payer Claims Database Introduction

O

Amol Navathe

Office of the Secretary, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

National Institutes of Health Collaboration with the HMO Collaboratory

European Medicines Agency's PROTECT Project

P

Xavier Kurz

Principal Scientific Administrator - Post-Authorisation, Pharmacovigilance and Risk Management Sector, European Medicines Agency

Observational Medical Outcomes Partnership's Tools and Methods

J

Paul Stang

Johnson & Johnson and the Observational Medical Outcomes Partnership

Session II: Ensuring Meaningful Collaboration with Private Sector Data Partners

H

Dennis Ausiello

Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital, and Partners Healthcare

E

Sam Nussbaum

Executive Vice President, Clinical Health Policy and Chief Medical Officer - WellPoint, Inc.

Session III: Role of Data Partners in Governance Structure of Sentinel

A

Andrew Slavitt

Acting Administrator, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services - Department of Health and Human Services

Discussion Summary and Next Steps

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