Past Event

MEDTalk: Reinventing Patient-Centered Cancer Care

Many clinicians have terrific ideas for improving the quality and cost of health care, but often don’t know how to navigate the often baffling landscape of payment and delivery reform options. To address this need in clear, practical terms, we are pleased to announce the second MEDTalk event in the “Merkin Series on Innovations in Care Delivery.” The series is designed to support clinicians and policymakers who’ve always wondered how delivery reform occurs, but didn’t know where to begin. 

Our second case focused on the work of leaders from the New Mexico Cancer Center (NMCC), and their efforts to “Reinvent Patient-Centered Cancer Care.” The event featured several brief “TED-style” talks that considered the challenges of delivering oncology care, while enhancing patient experience, improving coordination of care, and reducing costs. The agenda included firsthand experiences from patients, payers, policymakers, and NMCC’s clinical leadership who explores sustainable improvement strategies, and the financial mechanisms available to encourage innovations in oncology.

Agenda

Question & Answer Session

The Future of Oncology: Drugs, Genetic Testing and Personalized Medicine

Challenge Accepted: Delivery of Cancer Care in a Triple Aim World

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William Nelson

Director, Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center - Johns Hopkins Medicine

New Oncology Payment Models: What We're Learning

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Patrick Conway

Deputy Administrator for Innovation & Quality, CMS Chief Medical Officer - Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services

Supporting Care While Reducing Costs: What is Possible?

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Brian B. Kiss

Senior Medical Director, Network Programs - Florida Blue

The New Mexico Experience: Aligning Clinical Redesign and Payment Reform

Sustaining Improvements in Patient-Centered Cancer Care

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Laura Stevens

Program Director - Innovative Oncology Business Solutions

Lessons Learned and the Path Forward

Welcome

A Day in the Life: The Patient Experience

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