Join Us at the First CMS Innovation Center Strategy Listening Session

Join Us at the First CMS Innovation Center Strategy Listening Session

In October, the CMS Innovation Center released a white paper,​ Driving Health System Transformation – A Strategy for the Innovation Center’s Second Decade, which details its vision for attaining a health system that achieves equitable outcomes through high-quality, affordable, patient-centered care.​ Additionally, today the CMS Innovation Center published an At-a-Glance​ with highlights from the white paper.​

As part of our ongoing commitment to public-private partnership, the CMS Innovation Center invites you to join the first listening session about the Center’s strategy on Thursday, November 18 at 1:00 – 2:30 p.m., ET. Register here.

The session will feature a variety of stakeholders offering their unique perspectives on the following questions:

  1. What is the greatest obstacle to participating in a CMS Innovation Center or other value-based, accountable care model, and how do you recommend the CMS Innovation Center alleviate this obstacle?
  2. CMS is currently exploring quicker, more actionable data, learning collaboratives, and payment and regulatory flexibilities. What else could the CMS Innovation Center do to support clinicians and help them be successful in models?
  3. How can CMMI better incorporate patient needs and goals into models? How should the impacts of value-based care on patients be measured?

Attendees may submit written comments during the session or via email to using the subject line “LISTENING SESSION #1.” Some written comments will be read aloud during the listening session; please indicate if you prefer your comments not be shared.

For more information about the CMS Innovation Center’s new strategy and the future of value-based care:

Follow us on Twitter | Visit the CMS Innovation Center website

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