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Health systems are expanding as hospitals and physician practices seek to engage in value-based payment initiatives, develop sophisticated information systems, find safe harbor from changes in payment systems and regulations, and increase negotiating power with payors. In this changing environment, health systems have the potential to improve quality and control the cost of care, but evidence shows they also have the potential to devolve into organizations whose practices result in higher cost and lower quality care, poor patient experience, and accelerated physician burnout. How can physician executives guide their health systems toward the bright side of this equation and into a more promising future? What are their guiding principles that we could all learn from? Join this fireside chat with J. Stephen Jones, MD, President and CEO, Inova Health System, VA, and IPPS Chair, Adnan Munkarah, MD, President, Care Delivery System and Chief Clinical Officer, Henry Ford Health, MI, as they discuss their vision for the future of health systems.
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