Meeting Archive:
Lessons learned in implementing accountable care technologies


Meeting Description:
Find out what works in the real world. Learn about core processes to implement and some common pain points to overcome to provide accountable care. This session also will help you determine how to engage in your care community and answer such questions as:
•    Do you want to participate in an ACO or private HIE?
•    Become a PCMH?
Details
Date: Thu, Oct 27, 2011
Time: 02:00 PM EDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): American Medical Association
 Presenter Information
Jason Mitchell, MD, Assistant Director, Center for HIT, American Academy of Family Physicians
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Dr. Mitchell serves as the assistant director of the Center for Health IT at the American Academy of Family Physicians. The AAFP’s Center for Health IT promotes and facilitates the adoption and use of electronic health records and other health information technology by AAFP members and other office-based clinicians.
Dr. Mitchell’s expertise in the area of medical informatics and his experience as a practicing family physician give him the extensive clinical and technological knowledge to help lead the Center in its mission and to extend the services it provides. 

Todd Rowland, MD, Director, HealthLINC
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Dr. Rowland works effectively with physicians and healthcare communities working toward advancing their development and implementation of electronic solutions. 
With over 15 years experience as a practicing physician, Dr. Rowland brings a practical understanding of healthcare and combines it with his knowledge of and enthusiasm for electronic solutions to healthcare problems. He has provided expert advise to clients regarding IT enterprise planning, health care community planning, physician-hospital strategy development, and electronic health record implementation. 
Dr. Rowland has demonstrated fundraising capacity for large scale IT projects. He currently serves as the network director for 3 active HIT/HIE grant projects with HRSA and HHS.