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Healthcare Delivery Innovation Alliance - Introductory presentation outlined goals, charter, desired standards, etc.

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  • A Blueprint for Healthcare Delivery Innovation
    Member Meeting and Charter Review September 27, 2011
  • Agenda
    8:00 AM – 8:15 AM Welcome and Introductions
    8:15 AM – 8:45 AM Jason Hwang: Healthcare Landscape Discussion
    • 8:45 AM – 9:15 AM Bob Fabbio: Introduction to HDIA Vision
    9:15 AM – 9:45 AM Dave Chase: Industry Growth/Disruptive Innovators
    9:45 AM – 10:00 AM Break
    10:00 AM – 11:30 AM Ratify Charter and Framework
    11:30 AM – 12:00 PM Breaking the Healthcare Cost Trend
    12:00 PM – 1:30 PM LUNCH - Next Steps and Adjourn
  • At an estimated $2.64 trillion, 17.7 percent of our national GDP, is spent on healthcare.
    At the current rate of growth, healthcare costs are predicted to nearly double to $4.5 trillion in 2019.
    At that point, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services data indicates that healthcare costs will account for 19.5 percent, or roughly one-fifth, of GDP.
    At current graduation and training rates, the nation could face a shortage of as many as 150,000 doctors in the next 15 years. - Association of American Medical Colleges.
    Average time to get an appointment with a family practice is 20.3 days. – Merritt Hawkins.
    More than 54% of physicians reported time constraints during office visits - Annals of Internal Medicine
    16.7% of U.S. residence do not have health insurance - U.S. Census Bureau
    93.2 million Americans have health insurance through government programs such as Medicare and Medicaid - U.S. Census bureau
    Medicare, Medicaid and CHIP accounted for 21% of the 2010 U.S. federal budget or $732 Billion.
    Trends Driving Healthcare Delivery
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  • The Healthcare Delivery Innovation Alliance (HDIA) charter is organized to identify and advance the standards (blueprint) for new healthcare delivery systems that expand access, lower cost over both the short and long-term, and improve the experience for the patient.
    Our mission is to provide American businesses and government leaders with a blueprint that certifies that a healthcare delivery system meets the standards to improve the consumer’s healthcare experience while lowering the costs – breaking the cost trend.
    HDIA will work with leaders in healthcare services, business, technology, government, and academia to publish a set of standards for a new healthcare delivery system that lowers costs, increases access, and delivers a better healthcare experience.
    Healthcare Delivery Innovation Alliance (HDIA) Introduction
    Executive Committee and Advisory Board
    Initial and Prospective Members
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  • Be recognized as an industry organization focused on establishing and promoting healthcare delivery system certification standards aimed at lowering cost and improving the healthcare experience:
    Convenient access
    Affordable cost
    Exceptional healthcare experience
    Information access
    Healthier lives
    The Promise of Delivery Innovation
  • Proposed Standards Framework
    Ensuring lower costs for everyone
    Ensuring easy, convenient access to medical care
    Ensuring an exceptional healthcare experience is delivered
    Ensuring easy, convenient access to the healthcare information people need
    HDIA Confidential
  • Executive Board
    Leadership shall consist of a nine-member Executive Board. These nine members shall represent the diverse interests of employers, insurers and healthcare professionals.
    Advisory Board
    There shall be a standing Advisory Board. This Advisory Board shall consist of no more than thirteen leaders representing a broad spectrum of healthcare professionals and patients as well as academic and government leaders.
  • HDIA shall agree to adopt and govern itself according to a set of guiding principles that demonstrate the Alliance’s commitment to  objective and vendor-agnostic principles that support the employers’ and employees’ best interest. These principles are:
    We shall identify and advance common and achievable standards and practices.
    We shall honor diversity of opinion and invite participation from non-members.
    We shall seek solutions that are cost-effective.
    We shall honor the public trust and work to protect the rights of patients.
    Guiding Principles
    • Charter Definition
    • Goals
    • Roles and Responsibilities
    • Blueprint Outline
    HDIA Charter
  • To identify and advance the standards (blueprint) for new healthcare delivery systems that expand access, lower cost over both the short and long-term, and improve the experience for the patient.
    Our Charter
  • Meeting the growing demand for access to affordable healthcare by reinventing the healthcare delivery system and improving the consumer experience