Creating Competitive Advantage
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About the Meeting
The Physician Practice Roundtable is hosting its annual one-day meetings for leaders of physician organizations nationwide to examine how independent physician groups are positioning themselves for success in a rapidly changing health care environment.
Featuring the latest Advisory Board insights, case studies, and best practices, this summit will provide an interactive platform for practice leaders to share ideas, discuss feasibility of new strategies within their own organization’s culture and market, and network with peers.
Creating competitive advantage
Jessica Sweeney-Platt reviews three presentations from the 2012-2013 national summit that examine how independent physician organizations can leverage their strengths and succeed in an increasingly competitive market. Watch now
Dates and Locations
7:30 a.m. Registration and Networking Breakfast
Continental breakfast provided
8:30 a.m. 2012-2013 State of the Union
Health Care’s Identity Crisis—Evolving Legacy Business Models to Meet the New Affordability Imperative
- Rapid re-invention: How are government and commercial payers, employers, and providers re-positioning themselves to thrive in the emerging affordability economy?
- Forecast for physician payment: How will the November elections, potential SGR solutions, and continued ACO formation impact your bottom line?
- Networks in transition: How will consolidation across the care continuum and the advent of insurance exchanges affect the way we go to market?
- Competition for capital: How are independent physician groups exploring and leveraging new affiliations and partnerships with emerging capital partners?
10:30 a.m. Charting a New Growth Path in an Evolving Health Care Marketplace
Exploring Emerging Avenues for Practice Growth and Diversification
- Moving beyond standard ancillaries: Which investments are independent physician organizations making to create new and diversified revenue streams?
- Selling expertise to the market: How can we capitalize on our expertise, infrastructure, relationships, and brand?
- Positioning for health care consumerism: How can we evaluate and reconcile adding nontraditional offerings to our service portfolio?
12:30 p.m. Networking Lunch
1:30 p.m. Competing on Patient Engagement
Leveraging Patient Loyalty for Long-Term Sustainability
- The evolving physician role: How must both primary care and specialist physicians change the way they interact with patients under risk-based payment models?
- Skin in the game: How can we leverage emerging incentives and new patient activation tools to improve loyalty and compliance?
- Infrastructure for ongoing patient self-management: How do we maximize the use of data and network access points to support high-risk patients?
- Future disruptive innovation: Where will competitive advantage come from over the next decade, and who will our new competitors be?
3:30 p.m. Concluding Remarks and Adjournment