As we head into 2021 after an unprecedented year, in an industry already plagued with disparities in access and inefficiencies in delivery, we are anticipating how care delivery needs to be reimagined to create a new framework to reward better care.
Start off the new year by joining 3M experts on Jan. 19, as they discuss how to target both individuals and communities facing health care disparities, and why it is a necessary backdrop to real change.
Attendees will learn how to
Date: Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2021
Time: 2 p.m. ET
Duration: 1 hour
Host: 3M Health Information Systems
L Gordon Moore, MD, is the senior medical director of clinical strategy and value-based care for 3M Health Information Systems. In this role he bridges the intersections of quality, technology, policy, payment, data, measurement, and workflow. His interest and work in quality improvement has led to many roles including: founding board member of a physician-hospital organization, quality officer, faculty with the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, co-leader of quality improvement initiatives with the New York City Department of Health & Mental Hygiene, Washington State Department of Health and managed care organizations.
Melissa E. Clarke, MD, CMQ, has extensive private sector experience in clinical transformation and population health working with health plans, third party payers, and clinical organizations. Within healthcare delivery transformation, Melissa has focused extensively on patient engagement, team-based care and quality outcomes. Currently, Melissa is a Clinical Transformation Physician Consultant with 3M Health Information Systems (HIS), where she develops transformation roadmaps for a variety of health plan, payer and clinical system partners. In this role she collaborates with client clinical leadership and provides subject matter expertise to catalyze the clinical transformation process within clinical organizations for rapid, quantifiable and sustainable results.