Nov. 7 | 9:30 a.m.-Noon

The IPPS November 2021 Meeting was held on a virtual platform. All times are Central.

IPPS November 2021 meeting highlights

Read highlights from the IPPS meeting, including education sessions and available slides.

The pandemic has revealed the need, now more than ever, for elevating physician voices. When it comes to medicine, the AMA believes physician voices should be the loudest in the room.

Watch the recording and read the transcript of the Nov. 6 sections’ plenary session with Peter Hotez, MD, PhD, a renowned scientist, physician and advocate, and a panel of AMA physician thought leaders.

Registration closed Oct. 24.

All attendees access

Download the full meeting instructions sheet for additional details (PDF).

Sunday, Nov 7: 9:40–10:25 a.m.

Update on CMS quality and value initiatives

Michelle Schreiber, MD, director, Quality Measurement and Value-Based Incentives Group, Center for Clinical Standards and Quality at CMS, returns to the IPPS for a continuing discussion and update on CMS’s recent work related to quality measures and value-based care. Dr. Schreiber was previously with the Henry Ford Health System, MI.

Speaker slides

Panelists

  • Adnan Munkarah, MD, IPPS vice chair
  • Michelle Schreiber, MD

Sunday, Nov 7: 10:25–11:25 a.m.

Hospital at home: IPPS member organizations blaze a new trail

Hospital at home programs that enable patients to receive acute care at home have proven effective in improving outcomes while cutting costs. Prior to the pandemic, widespread adoption of the model in the U.S. was hampered by a variety of factors including the reluctance of payers to reimburse physicians for services in home settings. However, the acceleration of digital health in 2020-21 has uniquely paved the way for these initiatives to become more broadly accepted. Learn how our IPPS member organizations such as Kaiser Permanente, Marshfield Clinic, Henry Ford Health System and many others are leading the transformation of health care delivery in the home setting.

Speakers' slides

Panelists

  • Michael Suk, MD, AMA Board of Trustees
  • Stephen Parodi, MD
  • Bruce Muma, MD
  • Travis Messina

For information on additional educational sessions, visit the education sessions page.

Contribute to IPPS policymaking efforts by submitting a resolution for consideration at the 2021 IPPS November Meeting. The resolution submission deadline was Oct. 3, 2021. Submit resolutions and direct any questions to [email protected]

New to the policy-making process? Access our education module, How AMA Policy is Made, and learn how IPPS members influence the AMA’s policymaking efforts. 

Access the IPPS online member forum between Oct. 13-26 to review and comment on policy proposals that will be discussed at the 2021 IPPS November Meeting. Items will be posted as they become available.

IPPS representatives bring the perspective of their integrated practices to the IPPS. Currently, more than 50 organizations (PDF) from across the country are represented in the section. Become an IPPS representative by submitting the certification form.

Review the AMA Code of Conduct for ensuring professional and ethical behavior at AMA events and functions, and the association's zero tolerance for any type of harassing conduct.

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