2019 CMS Quality Conference

Innovating for Value and Results

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Overview

CMS Quality Conference

Join nearly 3300 thought leaders in American health care quality improvement at this premier learning and action event, brought to you by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. Welcoming attendees from across the health care spectrum, the conference will explore how patients, advocates, providers, researchers, and the many leaders in health care quality improvement can develop and spread solutions to some of America’s most pervasive health system challenges.

The 2019 CMS Quality Conference will be the most expansive yet, with both new and existing participants from programs across CMS, HHS, and community stakeholders.

The collaborative format of the conference and strong focus on putting patients, promoting health care choice and driving value based care will be underscored by this year’s theme. The conference will highlight new strategic directions and priorities among all stakeholders and expand collaborations for high-quality, affordable, patient-centered care.

Expect to experience interactive learning sessions, master classes for continuing education credit, and engaging seminars and keynote addresses spanning vast areas of interest including but not limited to:

Value Based Care

  • Promoting health care choice and driving value based care
  • Fostering a new era of health care price transparency
  • Supporting physicians and clinicians through the Quality Payment Program
  • Partnering with States for Quality and Accountability in Medicaid and CHIP

Interoperability

  • Breaking down barriers to interoperability
  • Streamlining quality reporting through interoperable systems

Patients Over Paperwork

  • Easing provider burden & modernizing the health care system
  • Accomplishments to Date
  • Learning from the Customer’s Journey

Managing Complex Chronic Conditions

  • Improving population health, rural health and health equity
  • Advancing behavioral health access, prevention and treatment
  • Using patient and family engagement to drive improvement results

Opioid Reduction and Patient Safety

  • Best Practices in addressing the national opioid crisis
  • Providing safer care: reducing adverse drug events in practices, nursing homes, hospitals, home settings & communities.
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