Join the conversation and help define the next steps to advance high-value health care delivery in America by attending the 2010 Mayo Clinic Health Policy Center symposium, “Achieving the Vision: Advancing High-Value Health Care.” The event is being held Dec. 5-7, 2010, at the Bethesda North Marriott Hotel & Conference Center in Bethesda, Md.
With passage of the new health care law, the stage is set to define the next steps necessary to advance high-value health care delivery in America. The Mayo Clinic Health Policy Center symposium will determine key priorities that will further the evolution to a high-value health system. The purpose of the symposium is to:
- Identify and prioritize the most critical issues in the next one to three years to ensure that patient-centered high-value health care delivery practices thrive and spread.
- Formulate recommendations for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Innovation Center by reviewing concrete examples of innovative health care delivery projects that improve outcomes and reduce costs.
- Identify and prioritize key issues that will require attention in future phases of health care reform.
Join with national leaders to build consensus on the future of high-value health care delivery. Nationally recognized health care experts will facilitate discussions at this highly participatory event. Your experiences and ideas will influence future priorities.