March 2020 ACLC Member Event Recap

Keynote Address: Prioritizing Value in the Face of the Coronavirus Epidemic

The brief found below summarizes Governor Leavitt’s plenary remarks. Read and share the brief, or watch the full broadcast where he shares five major areas of COVID-19’s potential impact on the future of American health care, including macroeconomic changes, health policy issues, politics, care delivery and payment models.

Brief Here

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There is no question that the Coronavirus pandemic will continue to impact the healthcare industry and the national economy. Advancing value in health care now becomes even more critical to two national priorities: providing citizens the best care and health possible without losing our nation’s competitive position in the global economy. Former U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services, Gov. Mike Leavitt and Senior Vice President of Western Governors University, Jan Jones-Schenk will share their perspective on the impact the novel Coronavirus will have on the movement to value-based care.


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Event Schedule

March 24th March 25th

Committee on Medication Optimization

10:00am-1:30pm CT

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Committee on Data Aggregation

12:00pm-3:30pm CT

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8:30am-9:30am CT

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Committee on High-Value Partnerships

11:00am-2:30pm CT

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Committee on Home-Based Care

11:00am-2:30pm CT

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About This Event

The ACLC Member Event is a place where value-minded health care industry leaders convene for peer-learning, networking, and intelligence – all aimed at our shared mission of advancing the industry to succeed in value.

Our event includes this plenary session as well as breakout committee meetings that are open to members and invited guests. Each committee topic is a discussion of a specific value-based competency (see our competency Atlas and other resources).

If you are interested in participating in committees, or have questions about the ACLC or the event, please contact Daniel Chipping,