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High costs and a rapidly aging population are forcing the US health-care system to innovate. The Medicare program, under new leadership, has declared that all Medicare enrollees will be in value-based care models by 2030. Alternative payment models emphasize prevention, coordination, team-based care, and technology integration. What will be the tipping point in the transformation of care? What are the barriers to value-based care? Experts will discuss opportunities to reform and reshape how the US delivers health care.

Moderator

Nora Super
Executive Director, Center for the Future of Aging, Milken Institute

Speakers

Elizabeth Fowler
Director, CMS Innovation Center, Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services

Charles (Chip) Kahn
President and Chief Executive Officer, Federation of American Hospitals

Sarita Mohanty
President and Chief Executive Officer, The SCAN Foundation

Thomas Moriarty
Executive Vice President, Chief Policy and External Affairs Officer, and General Counsel, CVS Health