How to Thrive in a Value-Driven Health Care System

Join us for this inspiring and informative session on Wednesday, September 16 from 11:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the the North Carolina Medical Society (NCMS) Center for Leadership in Medicine with nationally renowned health care payment reform expert, Harold D. Miller, and Karen Cannon, MD, a North Carolina physician leader on the front lines of health care delivery redesign. They will provide a vision for health care transformation now and into the future and how to thrive in a value-driven environment. Mr. Miller and Dr. Cannon look forward to an engaging conversation with you as a stakeholder in North Carolina’s health care community.

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Harold D. Miller

ABOUT HAROLD D. MILLER

Harold D. Miller is a recognized national expert on health care payment and delivery reform. His overview of health care payment systems, Better Ways to Pay for Health Care: A Primer on Healthcare Payment Reform, was published in January 2009 as part of the NRHI Payment Reform Series in conjunction with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and his paper “From Volume to Value: Better Ways to Pay for Health Care” was published in Health Affairs in September 2009. Miller also served as President and CEO of the Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement from 2008 through early 2013, and he continues to serve as the Strategic Initiatives Consultant to NRHI.

 

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Karen Cannon, MD

ABOUT KAREN CANNON, MD

Dr. Karen Cannon serves as the Chief Medical Operations Officer for CHESS, a physician-managed health care services company based in High Point, NC, that empowers clinicians and health systems to make the transition to value-based medicine. Her role is designed to provide operational support for CHESS clients as they move along their journey to value. Formerly the Clinical Documentation Improvement Officer for CHESS and Cornerstone Health Care, PA, Dr. Cannon led multiple initiatives in clinical documentation and coding, expertise that is crucial for her current role.

 
 

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