AMA-IPPS Meetings & Events
The 2015 IPPS Interim Meeting will be held Nov. 13 at the Marriott Atlanta Marquis.
Join us to see the IPPS mission in action: "To advance, through policy and education, the interests of multi-specialty, physician-led, integrated health care delivery, and groups actively working toward such systems of coordinated care."
Online meeting registration will be open through November 6.
The AMA has reserved a block of rooms at a discounted rate for meeting attendees. Reserve your room by October 12.
Airline discounts are available on United Airlines.
The United discount may be obtained online at www.united.com. Once you have linked to united.com:
- Enter origin, destination, and travel dates
- Enter ZTXM362176 in Offer Code box
Available flights will be displayed. When an available flight is selected the discounted fare will automatically be calculated. The discount is valid for travel three days prior to and three days after the official meeting dates.
A discount may also be obtained by calling United Airlines Meetings at 800-426-1122 (a service fee will apply) and mention code ZTXM and Agreement code 362176.
Note: You must log in to your AMA account to download these documents. If you do not have an AMA account you will be prompted to create one. Creating an AMA account is free and open to both physicians (AMA member and non-member) and non-physician members of the public.
Available November 6
The Changing Healthcare Business and Compensation Model
- Part I: The Changing Healthcare Business Model
- Part II: The Changing Compensation Model
The ground beneath us is moving. The transition from fee-for-service to value-based payment is fundamentally changing healthcare business and compensation models as we know them. In the coming years, many health care systems will operate under full-risk contracts, manage populations, and be compensated based on quality and value of care. This is all foreign in the fee-for-service world.
Part I of this program will address the changing “business” model and will feature a leading health policy expert who will provide a theoretical overview of the coming changes, along with two physician leaders from Marshfield Clinic, Wisc., who will discuss how their organization is planning for the future and what it means to the daily practice of medicine. Breakout sessions will follow allowing participants to delve deeper into the subject matter and hear from their peers. Part II, which is presented in collaboration with the American Medical Group Association, will focus on the changing “compensation” model, and again, present a theoretical overview of new value-based payment models along with practical examples from physician leaders in the field putting those models to the test.
Upon completion of this activity the participant will be able to:
- Explain the shifting business model from fee-for-service to value-based payment
- Evaluate new payment models
- Synthesize the theoretical and practical presentations to better inform choices for his or her organization
- Sam Glick, JD, Oliver Wyman
- Susan Turney, MD, CEO, Marshfield Clinic, Wisc.
- Narayana Murali MD, Executive Director, Marshfield Clinic, Wisc.
Resolutions submitted after the deadline will be considered “late” and will require a 2/3 vote of the IPPS Assembly in order to be considered.
Although all AMA members are invited to attend IPPS meetings, only certified IPPS representatives may fully participate (e.g., submit resolutions, make motions, vote).