Rebalancing Health Care in the Heartland

Forum 5 program

9 a.m.

• Jean Robillard, University of Iowa Health Care

Keynote Address – Health Care Environment & Economics
• Susan Dentzer, Health Affairs & PBS NewsHour (PowerPoint slides)
Followed by Audience Questions

10:15 a.m.

Emerging Service Delivery Models
• Facilitator: Rita Frantz, University of Iowa College of Nursing
• Daniel S. Fick, University of Iowa Health Care (PowerPoint slides)
• Tim Quinn, MercyCare Community Physicians
• Pam Halvorson, Trinity Pioneer Accountable Care Organization (PowerPoint slides)
• Dave Lyons, CoOportunity Health (PowerPoint slides)
Followed by Audience Questions

11:30 a.m.

Reflections on the Morning and Break for Lunch
Dr. Andrea McGuire, Partnership for Better Health

11:35 a.m.



Iowa Health Care Environment
• Facilitators: Jean Robillard and Debra Schwinn, University of Iowa Health Care
• Michael Bousselot, Office of the Governor for the State of Iowa
• Charles Palmer, Iowa Department of Human Services
• Jennifer Vermeer, Iowa Medicaid Enterprise
Followed by Audience Questions

1:30 p.m.


1:45 p.m.

Afternoon Breakout Sessions

1. Partnership for Patients
• Tom Evans, Iowa Healthcare Collaborative (PowerPoint slides)


2. Interprofessional Models for Training for the Future
• Facilitator: Sue Curry, University of Iowa College of Public Health
• Tanya Uden-Holman, University of Iowa College of Public Health (PowerPoint slides)
• Michael Murphy, Iowa Health System (PowerPoint slides)
Followed by Audience Questions

3:00 p.m.

Concluding Remarks
• Jack Hatch, Iowa State Senator
• Dave Heaton, Iowa State Representative
Followed by Audience Questions

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