The Leader's Board Chief Medical Officers - Seattle, WA July 27-28, 2023
Thursday, July 27, 2023 – Galleri
8:00 AM Welcome, introductions and “open mic” session - Chris Burton, The Leader’s Board
9:45 AM Break
10:15 AM Right Space, Right People, Right Time: The Impact of AI on Capacity Management Jamie Nordhagen, UC Health
11:45 PM Lunch – the Loft Bar
1:00 PM Managing Demand through Innovation Speaker TBA
2:00 PM How Capacity Predictions Support Team Based Environments - Jamie Nordhagen, UC Health
2:40 PM Break
3:10 PM Sixty Second Round: Demand/ Capacity Management ***
Each member is asked to quickly share highlights of what they are doing in terms of Demand/ Capacity Management. Come prepared to share what you are doing and the
impacts or results.
4:15 PM Adjourn
Friday, July 28, 2023– Galleri
8:00 AM Winter 2024 agenda topics – Austin, TX Summer 2024 location vote
8:30 AM Residencies Raising Team Based Care Physicians Following by Discussion - Lisa Casey DO, Essentia Health
9:30 AM Break
10:00 AM Telehealth & Technology as Supports for Team Based Care - K.R. Prabha & Michael Consuelos MD, Optum
10:45 AM Rapid Fire Round – Team Based Care Implementation ***
Members should come prepared to speak or share slides describing “wins” in the
following areas of Team Based Care Implementation within their systems:
• Patient/Family Engagement
• Technology Integration
• Model and roles for team members
• Compensation arrangements (fee for service or risk based)
11:30 AM - 12 PM Session wrap-up, evaluations and adjour
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K.R. Prabha & Michael Consuelos MD, Optum
Lisa Casey DO, Essentia Health
Jamie Nordhagen, UC Health
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Other Healthcare Professionals
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