Fletcher Allen's 2012 Fall Forum on Health Care Reform: Making CENTS of Accountable Care: New Models for Health Care Delivery and Payment

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This community forum's goal is for creating a dialogue between the provider community and the business community about the challenges and opportunities in today's dynamic health care environment. Following opening remarks by John Brumstead, MD, President & CEO, Fletcher Allen/Fletcher Allen Partners and Al Gobeille, Gobeille Hospitality: Member, Green Mountain Care Board - Panel 2: Church Hindes, VP, Accountable Care, Vermont Managed Care, Fletcher Allen  Steve LeBlanc, Executive VP, Dartmouth Hitchcock Health and Executive Director, New England Alliance for Health  Richard Slusky, Director of Payment Reform, Green Mountain Care Board  Mitch Fleischer, Chair, Vermont Health Co-Op Board of Directors, Presidnet & CEO, Fleischer Jacobs Group.

Panel #1 'Found in Translation' can be viewed here: http://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/found-translation-using-complex-health-data-improve-patient-care

Panel # 3 'Tying it All Together' can be viewed here: http://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/tying-it-all-together-discussion-leadership


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