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  1. Change is Inevitable…Are we Ready?The Impact of National Health Care Reform Presentation to: 20th Annual Education Session Health Care Quality Institute Marco Island, FL June 27, 2014

  2. Presentation Objectives Discuss the impact national health care reform is having on care delivery models, patient experience, and public health financing; Share strategies for addressing the rapid change and uncertainty health care; and Address the need to bring more value at a lower cost without jeopardizing quality.


  4. Our Mission Caring, Healing, Teaching, Serving All

  5. Excellence for All Our Vision AHS is recognized as a world-class patient and family centered system of care that promotes wellness, eliminates disparities and optimizes the health of our diverse communities H E J F 2022… Sustain system & manage pop … 2012 Assess and Plan 2013-2017 Build, Adapt, Transform W

  6. Organizational Overview 1864 Alameda County Infirmary opened on the Fairmont Campus 1927 Highland Hospital opened in Oakland 1960s Ambulatory health care services launched 1992 John George Psychiatric Pavilion opened 1990s Alameda County Medical Center (ACMC) was formed by merging Fairmont Hospital with Highland Hospital and John GeorgePsychiatric 1998 Alameda County Hospital Authority was created Adopted 10 year Financial Plan and 5 year Strategic Plan ACMC renamed and rebranded to Alameda Health System (AHS) Expanded Ambulatory – Same Day Services; San Leandro Hospital acquired 2014 Alameda Hospital affiliation completed

  7. Organizational Overview Nationally recognized public health system Training tomorrow’s doctors (160/year) Training students/ providers 849 licensed beds, 4,545 employees, 1000+ MDs, 5 acute hospitals, 3 SNFs and 4 Wellness centers Average Daily Census: 411; Discharges: 20,461, ED Visits: 146,932 OP Clinic Visits 312,465 ; Surgeries: 9,176; Births: 1,080; Operating budget: $805M Emergency Medicine, General Surgery, Internal Medicine, Orthopedics, Oral Maxillofacial Surgery, Podiatry Nurses, allied health professionals, pre-doctoral psychology interns

  8. Market Presence Eastmont Wellness Highland Hospital & Wellness Hayward Wellness John George Psych Hospital Newark Wellness Fairmont Hospital San Leandro Hospital Alameda Hospital

  9. Change Hard Inevitable Unavoidable

  10. Transformation The nation is experiencing the most significant TRANSFORMATION of the health care delivery system since the launch of Medicare. Successful transformation is dependent on our ability to CHANGE. 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

  11. Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act January 1, 2014 Changes Guaranteed Issue – Pre-existing condition clause Minimum health insurance standards Individual mandate Health Insurance Exchange Federal Subsidies for individuals, families, and small employers Medicaid expansion Medicare shift from FFS to bundled payments Employer mandate

  12. Alameda Health System Strategic Goals INTEGRATION ACCESS NETWORK 5 Effective physician and hospital partnership that supports clinical integration leading to improved quality and experience for patients Market competitive standard for access in the communities we serve that supports organizational growth Community engagement and external partnerships that align resources necessary for a sustainable clinically integrated network of care EXPERIENCE WORKFORCE SUSTAINABILITY Patients feel valued, cared for and continue to choose us as their medical home/provider of care Culture of excellence in the workforce that empowers staff to embrace and lead transformation to a high performance health system Financial sustainability that supports growth and reinvestment to sustainour mission

  13. 2010 Federal Spending: $3.5T

  14. Federal goal is to shrink that number year after year after year 14%

  15. Patient Experience

  16. National Health Care Reform Accountable Care Organizations Medicare Innovation Projects Administrative Simplification Anti-Discrimination Provider Profiling

  17. Change Hard Inevitable Unavoidable

  18. Implementing a Turn Around

  19. 1: Recognize MegaForces • Demographic Shifts • Technology Changes • Workforce Shortages • Economy • Accountable Care • Payment Reform • Health Care Consumerism • ICD-10 • Changing Regulations/Compliance

  20. 2: Prepare and Empower

  21. 3: Don’t Wait

  22. 4: Plan, Do, Check, Act

  23. 5: Influence Consumer Decision Making The Consumer Decision Model

  24. Changing the Face of Health Care Access Sustainability Experience

  25. Looking to the Future

  26. The Four Agreements: Miguel Ruiz • Don’t make • assumptions • Don’t take anything • personally • Be impeccable • with your word • Always do your best

  27. Cultural Competence Competition EHR Value-based purchasing Primary Care Access Issues Before Us! LEAN Residual Uninsured Technology Use Clinical Integration FQHCs Are We Ready? Evidence-based Medicine Workforce Supply Patient experience Legacy Costs MediCal Community MDs Safety Culture Population Mgmt Covered CA Medical Homes

  28. Thank you!Carladenise A. Edwards, Ph.D.Chief strategy officer