GTMRx Executive Roundtable Virtual Event
Optimizing Medication Use for Accountable Care Success
April 13, 2022 | 10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. ET
We are convening this meeting in partnership with the Accountable Care Learning Collaborative to seek guidance from individuals whose work and opinions we value.
During the day we will hear from a variety of experts. Attendees will participate in facilitated discussions designed to elicit recommendations and concrete suggestions to enhance and advance accountable patient care services. These discussions will guide our work as we advocate for personalized, team-based, comprehensive primary care and specialist models that offer a more coordinated, systematic approach to medication use – saving lives and saving money.
GTMRx is a growing coalition of over 1600 members from 1000 companies focused on optimizing medication use through CMM in practice. Your perspective about the importance and value of accountable relationships in value-based programs will be most valuable.
Executive Roundtable Goals:
- New approaches to managing the poly problem (individuals with multiple chronic conditions, on multiple medications, seeing multiple clinicians).
- Building awareness of the value and opportunity to optimize medication use through advanced primary care through a set of comprehensive services among ACO organizations.
- Highlighting effective ACO integrated sites of care demonstrating chronic condition management and CMM in practice that include clinical pharmacists as part of a broader health care team.
- Offering insight into collaborative practice arrangements with physicians/ program impact on cost, quality and appropriateness of care.
- Illustrating impact of patient and provider engagement through use of technology to ensure close collaboration and communications between the interprofessional team, to include the clinical pharmacist.
- Outline alignment of service models with reimbursement impacting total cost of care (paying for a team/ paying for a service/ opportunity within existing CMMI models).
- Identifying barriers to expansion and adoption of team-based, person-centered models that effectively manage those with multiple chronic conditions, receiving multiple medications from multiple providers (care coordination, management of care and medication plan).
Welcome and Introductions
10:30 am – 10:35 am
ACO Panel – A Better Way to Manage Medications
11:00 am – 11:30 am
Break Out Rooms & Discussion
11:30 am – 12:15 pm
GROUP #1: Population Health: Examining care coordination, disease management, patient engagement, and prevention strategies that improve the value equation [Part 1]
Moderator: Julie England, MD, Medical Director of Medical Affairs, OneOme; Co-Founder, Epigenetic Endeavors
GROUP #2: Population Health: Examining care coordination, disease management, patient engagement and prevention strategies that improve the value equation [Part 2]
Moderator: Gregory Downing, DO, Ph.D., Strategic Advisory Board, Cureatr; Founder, Innovation Horizons, LLC
GROUP #3: Social Determinants of Health: Integrating social service interventions into practice to create meaningful community health partnerships to achieve better patient outcomes
Moderator: Kathy Pham, Pharm.D., BCPPS, Director of Policy and Professional Affairs at the American College of Clinical Pharmacy
GROUP #4: Data Driven Transformation: Leveraging data to build robust relationships between ACOs and payers to support care coordination and maximize shared savings
Moderator: Julia Skapik, MD, MPH, Medical Director, National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC)
Group #5: Risk Management: Preparing your organization to increase risk and make adjustments as needed for growth and savings in a value-based world
Moderator: John McGlew, MA, Director, Government Affairs, American College of Clinical Pharmacy
Group #6: Network Expansion and Clinical Integration: Providing patients with a comprehensive, seamless care journey and incentivizing providers through value-based performance metrics
Moderator: Curtis Haas, Pharm.D., FCCP, Director of Pharmacy, University of Rochester Medical Center
Group #7: Accountability and Relationship Management: Member engagement and team assignment for care relationship with accountability for quality and total cost of care
Moderator: Julie Groppi, Pharm.D., FASHP, Assistant Chief Consultant, Clinical Pharmacy Practice and Policy, Clinical Pharmacy Practice Office, Pharmacy Benefits Management Service (10P4P), VA Central Office
Accountable Care in Action – Accountable Care Program Spotlight- Optimizing Medication Use
12:15 pm – 12:45 pm
1:00 pm – 1:30 pm
- GTMRx Blueprint for Change
- GTMRx CMM Evidence Document
- Department of Veterans Affairs Use Case
- Kaiser Permanente Use Case
- Advocate Aurora Use Case
- Cleveland Clinic Use Case
- ACLC Intelligence Brief: ACO Reach Model
- AACP Transformation Center: Academic Pharmacy Now Article – Scaling Innovation
- Voices of Change Podcast | Tom Mattras, MD, (Department of Veterans Affairs)
- The Race to Value Podcast | The Powerful Impact of the Pharmacy Profession on Value, Equity, and Public Health with Melissa Murer Corrigan
- A Physician Talks About Getting the Medications Right with Team-Based Care: Michael, Hochman, MD
- Innovation Center Strategy Refresh, October, 2021 (CMS/CMMI)
We hope that you can join us on to offer your voice as part of a discussion designed to answer:
- What does an accountable care relationship look like?
- How can person-centered team-based care models integrate innovative services into primary care to offer measurable outcomes that drive value?
- What business models are needed to drive access, across the continuum of care, to team-based services that will ensure safe, effective and appropriate use of medications and gene therapies?
We are bringing together a select and diverse group of stakeholders to this invitation-only event. Invited to this event are GTMRx’s board of directors, executive members, workgroup and taskforce leadership, distinguished fellows and a variety of national organizations with whom we partner to advance our mission. There will be members our Employer Task Force and Physician Advisory Board present as well.