Keynote: Getting to the Results that Matter: Supporting the Transition to Value
Shanatu Agrawal, MD MPhil is president and CEO of of the National Quality Forum. A board-certified emergency medicine physician who has worked in both academic and community settings, Dr. Agrawal is the former deputy administrator for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and director of one of its largest centers, the Center for Program Integrity (CPI). Dr. Agrawal is is the recipient of the following lectureship:
|AAAAI Foundation and Gary S. Rachelefsky, MD FAAAAI Lectureship: Investing Together in Our Future||Shanatu Agrawal, MD MPhil||Getting to the Results that Matter: Supporting the Transition to Value|
Dr. Agrawal is the 2020 recipient of the AAAAI Foundation and Gary S. Rachelefsky, MD FAAAAI Lectureship: Investing Together in Our Future: 3rd Year (2018-2022)
His presentation provides an overview of how quality measurement is evolving to address the shift to value; tools and resources available to providers to focus on quality care at the bedside; opportunities to address health equity through quality improvement; and how to involve patients and families more fully in quality improvement activities.
- A/I physicians
- A/I fellows-in-training
- A/I nurses, nurse practitioners and physician assistants
Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to:
- Describe the evolution of quality measurement in health care
- Identify tools to support quality patient care and opportunities to address health equity through quality improvement
- Outline strategies to involve patients and their families in quality improvement activities
Shantanu Agrawal, MD
National Quality Forum, Washington, DC
Relevant relationships: None
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