Paying for Value Rather Than Volume: How Health Reform Is Changing Relationships Among Physicians, Health Plans, Hospitals

Newsmakers Available for Interviews in S.F., March 23-25, at National Pay for Performance Summit

OAKLAND, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Bay Area and national healthcare leaders are in San Francisco this week to discuss dramatic changes in the fundamental relationships between physicians, health plans, hospitals, consumers, and employers as a result of health reform related initiatives. Leaders will be available for interviews during The Integrated Healthcare Association’s (IHA) three-day National Pay for Performance Summit at the Hyatt Regency.

To arrange for interviews or to attend Summit sessions, please contact Daniel Danzig, 925-216-8153, [email protected]. Full conference agenda and list of speakers at:

Bay Area-based speakers include:
Suzanne Delbanco, Executive Director, Catalyst for Payment Reform
Stephen Shortell, Dean, School of Public Health, U.C. Berkeley
Tom Williams, Executive Director, Integrated Healthcare Association
David Lansky, President and CEO, Pacific Business Group on Health
James Robinson, Kaiser Permanente Professor of Health Economics, U.C. Berkeley
Mary Giammona, Medical Director, Health Plan of San Mateo
Stanley Padilla, Chief Medical Officer, Brown & Toland
Peter Goldbach, President and CEO, Med-Vantage, Inc.
Diane Stewart, Director, California Quality Collaborative, Pacific Business Group on Health

National speakers include:
Paul B. Ginsburg, President, Center for Studying Health System Change
Harold D. Miller, Executive Director, Center for Healthcare Quality and Payment Reform
Margaret E. O'Kane, President, National Committee for Quality Assurance
Jeffrey D. Selberg, MHA, Executive Vice President & COO, Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI)
Francois de Brantes, Executive Director, Health Care Incentives Improvement Institute
Thomas Valuck, Sr. VP, National Quality Forum


Integrated Healthcare Association
Daniel Danzig, 925-216-8153
[email protected]

KEYWORDS:   United States  North America  California

INDUSTRY KEYWORDS:   Health  Hospitals  Public Policy/Government  Healthcare Reform  Professional Services  Human Resources  General Health



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