Fletcher Allen's 2012 Fall Forum on Health Care Reform: Tying it All Together - Discussion with Leadership

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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 3: John Brumsted, President & CEO, Fletcher Allen/Fletcher Allen Partners  Al Gobeille, Owner, Gobeille Hospitality; Member, Green Mountain Care Board  Tom Huebner, President & CEO, Rutland Regional Medical Center  Judy Tartaglia, President & CEO, Central Vermont Center

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 # 2 'Making CENTS of Accountabler Care' can be viewed here: http://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/making-cents-accountable-care-new-models-health-care-delivery-and-payment


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