AcademyHealth, with support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, hosted a one-and-a-half day meeting that focused on public and private investments in payment reform, and how those investments are integrally related to successful delivery system reforms. The meeting convened a wide-range of experts and practioners working on a variety of payment and delivery reform initiatives, and offered in-depth discussions on both the challenges and innovations in the field. The agenda and selected faculty presentations, listed by session, can be viewed below.



Opening Plenary

Clinical Management Infrastructure

How Providers Can Deal with Revenue Loss When They Become More Efficient

  • Harold Miller, Center for Health Care Quality and Payment Reform

Management of High-Risk Patients

How Can Multistakeholder Collaboratives and State Initiatives Support Providers in Their Efforts to Improve Care

Steps Needed for Practice Redesign

Data Sharing


Collective Impact, Stanford Social Innovation Review
Algorithms for Innovation, University of Utah Health Sciences Center