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Appendix A Workshop Agenda
Pages 315-320

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... 9:00 sessiOn 1: Hints Of a diffeRent Way -- leaRning fROm expeRience case studies in pRactice-based evidence develOpment cHaiR: Carolyn Clancy, Agency for Healthcare Research and quality (AHRq) and EBM Roundtable Member What "best practices" might be spotlighted to illustrate ways to use the health care experience as a practical means of both generating and applying evidence for health care?
From page 316...
... How might learning that is more nimble also foster innovation and discovery? -minute presentations followed by discussion session Robert Califf, Duke Clinical Research Institute Alternatives to large RCTs David Goldstein, Duke Institute for Genome Sciences and Policy Engaging the implications of subgroup heterogeneity -- prospects for pharmacogenetics Harlan Weisman, Johnson & Johnson Broader post-marketing surveillance for insights on risk and effectiveness Telba Irony, Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
From page 317...
... -minute presentations followed by discussion session Brent James, Intermountain Healthcare Feedback loops to expedite study timeliness and relevance Walter Stewart, Geisinger Health System Clinical data system structure and management for better learning Steven Pearson, America's Health Insurance Plans Implications for standards of evidence Robert Galvin, General Electric Implications for innovation acceleration 2:30 sessiOn 4: panel discussiOn -- key baRRieRs and pRiORities fOR actiOn cHaiR: Denis Cortese, Mayo Clinic and EBM Roundtable Member Members of the Roundtable on Evidence-Based Medicine
From page 318...
... What's needed to take to scale? -minute presentations followed by discussion session Joel Kupersmith, Veterans Health Administration Implementation of evidence-based practice in the Veterans Administration George Isham, HealthPartners AQA (Ambulatory Care Quality Alliance)
From page 319...
... -minute presentations followed by discussion session Janet Marchibroda, eHealth Initiative The Internet, eHealth, and patient empowerment Andrew Barbash, Apractis Solutions Joint patient-provider management of the electronic health record (EHR) James Weinstein, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center Evidence and shared decision making 1:35 sessiOn 8: tRaining leaRning HealtH pROfessiOnal tHe cHaiR: Nancy Nielsen, American Medical Association and EBM Roundtable Member What are the educational needs for the health professional in the Learning Healthcare System?
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... 20 THE LEARNING HEALTHCARE SYSTEM 2:40 sessiOn 9: stRuctuRing incentives cHange tHe fOR cHaiR: John Rother, AARP and EBM Roundtable Member What policies can provide the incentives for the developments necessary to build learning -- evidence development and application -- into every healthcare encounter? -minute presentations followed by discussion session Alan Rosenberg, WellPoint Opportunities for private insurers Steve Phurrough, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Opportunities for CMS Wayne Rosencrans, Jr., Astrazeneca Opportunities for manufacturers Margaret O'Kane, National Care quality Alliance Opportunities for standards organizations 4:00 cOncluding summaRy RemaRks Denis Cortese, Mayo Clinic and EBM Roundtable Chair J

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