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Building a Higher Performing Medicare System

Tuesday, January 29, 2013 8:00 AM - 10:30 AM EST

Newseum, Knight Conference Center | 7th Floor | Washington, DC

Both lawmakers and medical professionals have expressed deep concerns about the poor alignment
that exists within Medicare’s current incentive programs designed to enhance quality. As a result,
recent hearings on Capitol Hill have focused on how Congress might go about reforming Medicare’s quality improvement programs, including identifying new pay models, providing more timely performance data to physicians, and involving physicians in efforts to measure quality and efficiency.

At this National Journal policy summit, National Journal brought together leading thinkers in the healthcare space—including physicians, healthcare executives, congressional staff experts, and other key voices—as we analyzed and weighed the policy options available in overhauling the Medicare payment system.


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