Join 3M on Jan. 26 at 11 a.m. ET for a candid conversation and open dialogue about patient risk adjustment and analytics needed to establish social determinants to improve comprehensive approaches to health programs. Our panel, comprised of leaders working to highlight and tackle disparities in health care delivery today, will discuss the pros and cons of tools and approaches currently being used. Speakers will outline additional systemic and analytic needs to tackle and improve access to and quality of care, especially for underserved populations.
Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester represents Delaware in the U.S. House of Representatives and serves as an assistant whip for House leadership. Lisa sits on the House Committee on Energy and Commerce. The committee has broad jurisdiction over health care, the environment, commerce and trade, energy policy, telecommunications, manufacturing, and consumer protection. As the Energy and Commerce Committee’s only former statewide health official, Lisa understands health care from a number of different perspectives – as an implementer at the Delaware Department of Health and Social Services, negotiator while serving as state personnel director, and advocate as CEO of the Metropolitan Wilmington Urban League. Lisa is focused on reducing the cost of health care and prescription drugs for middle class families, addressing the disparity in outcomes for communities of color, and tackling our nation’s opioid and addiction epidemic. She serves as a member of the Bipartisan Heroin Task Force, comprised of more than 100 members united with the common goal of tackling opioid addiction.
Kelvin J. Holloway is deputy executive director and senior medical director, Medical Assistant Plans at Georgia Department of Community Health and an adjunct associate professor in the Department of Pediatrics at Morehouse School of Medicine. Dr. Holloway is a native Atlantan and completed his undergraduate work at Georgia Institute of Technology and received his medical degree from Howard University College of Medicine in Washington, D.C. He is a board certified pediatrician and allergist. He received his MBA degree from Kennesaw State University. Dr. Holloway has served as a member of several boards, including American Lung Association, the National Center for Healthy Housing, Howard University Medical Alumni Association and Atlanta Children’s Shelter.
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.