Building Bridges: Achieving a Community-Valued Approach to Personalized Health Care

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Providing a unique forum for public and community leaders, health care providers, researchers and educators to meet in the middle, advancing the agenda for personalized, participatory health care and wellness across Utah’s communities.

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SPONSORS
Utah Personalized Health Care Consortium
University of Utah Program in Personalized Health Care
University of Utah Center for Clinical and Translational Science
Intermountain Healthcare


Symposium Agenda

Building Bridges: Achieving a Community-Valued Approach to Personalized Health Care
RECEPTION AND KEYNOTES

Monday, March 31, 2014
5:15 p.m.–8:00 p.m.

At The Leonardo: Utah’s Science and Technology Museum
Featuring the Dead Sea Scrolls: Life and Faith in Ancient Times exhibit through April 27, 2014
209 East 500 South
Salt Lake City, Utah 84111

Maps and Parking Information for the Leonardo

TIME

SESSION

PRESENTER / FACILITATOR

5:15 –
6:00 pm

Registration & Reception

-

6:00 –
6:10 pm

Welcome

Stephen C. Alder, PhD
Associate Professor of Family and Preventive Medicine
Chief, Division of Public Health
Co-Director, Community Outreach and Collaboration Core
Center for Clinical and Translational Science
University of Utah

6:10 –
6:30 pm

"Learning Through Adversity"

Mary Nickles
News Anchor
KUTV 2 News

6:30 –
6:50 pm

"Funding for Personalized Medicine Research: Getting From 'Or' to 'And' "

John C. Nelson, MD, MPH
Chief Medical Officer, Leavitt Partners
Former President, American Medical Association

6:50 –
7:30 pm

Facilitated Q&A

Lya Wodraska
The Salt Lake Tribune
Personal Trainer / Holistic Lifestyle Coach

7:30 –
8:00 pm

Networking

 -

 

8:00 pm

 Adjourn

 -

SYMPOSIUM

Tuesday, April 1, 2014
9:00 a.m.–3:30 p.m.
At the University of Utah Guest House and Conference Center
110 South Fort Douglas Boulevard

Salt Lake City, Utah 84113

Maps and Parking Information for the University of Utah Guest House and Conference Center

TIME

SESSION

 PRESENTER / FACILITATOR

8:00 am –
9:00 am

Registration and Continental Breakfast

 -

9:00 –
9:10 am

Welcome

Louisa A. Stark, PhD
Associate (Professor) Research of Human Genetics
Director, Genetic Science Learning Center
Co-Director, Community Outreach and Collaboration Core
Center for Clinical and Translational Science
University of Utah

9:10 –
9:20 am

Opening Remarks

Dean Y. Li, MD, PhD
Associate Vice President for Research and Chief Scientific Officer
University of Utah Health Sciences
Vice Dean for Research, School of Medicine
Professor of Internal Medicine
Director, Molecular Medicine and MD/PhD Programs
University of Utah

9:20 –
9:50 am

"Keynote Address"

Suzanne Bakken, PhD, RN, FAAN
Alumni Professor of the School of Nursing
Professor of Biomedical Informatics
Director, Center for Evidence-based Practice in the Underserved
Principal investigator, Washington Heights Initiative Community-based Comparative Effectiveness Research (WICER)
Columbia University

9:55 –
10:40 am

Panel Discussion:

"The Many Faces of Personalized Health Care"

Diana Brixner, RPh, PhD
Professor and Chair of Pharmacotherapy
Executive Director, Pharmacotherapy Outcomes Research Center
Director of Outcomes, Program in Personalized Health Care
University of Utah

Paul Holbrook, MA, CSCS
Owner, Age Performance

Lynn Jorde, PhD
Professor and Chair of Human Genetics
Executive Director, Utah Genome Project
University of Utah
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Ed Napia
Urban Indian Center

Joshua D. Schiffman, MD
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Adjunct Associate Professor of Oncological Sciences
Huntsman Cancer Institute
Interim Director, Program in Personalized Health Care
University of Utah
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Tim Johnson, MD
Medical Director, Central Salt Lake Region
Intermountain Medical Group
Intermountain Cottonwood Internal Medicine
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10:40 –
10:50 am

Break & Networking

- 

10:50 –
11:20 am

Facilitated Q&A with Panel

"The Many Faces of Personalized Health Care"

Facilitator: Lya Wodraska
The Salt Lake Tribune
Personal Trainer / Holistic Lifestyle Coach

Tim Johnson, MD

Diana Brixner, RPh, PhD

Lynn Jorde, PhD

Ed Napia

Joshua D. Schiffman, MD

11:20 –
11:30 am

Move to Breakout Session 1

- 

11:30 am –
12:30 pm

Concurrent Breakouts:
Session 1

1. "What is Possible in Health? Dreams and Realities?"
Facilitators:
Liz Joy, MD, MPH 
Medical Director for Outcomes Research for Clinical Programs
Intermountain Healthcare

Teresa Garrett, RN MS APHN-BC
Assistant Vice President for Integrated Care Management
Intermountain Healthcare

Tim Johnson, MD
Medical Director, Central Salt Lake Region -
Intermountain Medical Group
Intermountain Cottonwood Internal Medicine

 

2. "What Resources Do We Have to Create Optimal Health?"
Facilitators:
David Patton, PhD, MPA
Executive Director
Utah Department of Health

Luz Robles, MPA
Utah State Senator, District 1

 

3. "Ethics of the One Versus the Many"
Facilitators:
Jeffrey Botkin, MD, MPH
Professor of Pediatrics
Division of Medical Ethics
Associate Vice President for Research
University of Utah

Darrin Sluga
Community Development Director
Salt Lake County Health Department

Peggy Battin, PhD (session 1 only)
Professor of Philosophy
University of Utah

 

4."How Do We Afford This?"
Facilitators:
Natalie Gochnour
Associate Dean
David Eccles School of Business
University of Utah
Chief Economicst and Senior Advisor
Salt Lake Chamber

David Sundwall, MD
Professor of Family and Preventive Medicine
Division of Public Health 
University of Utah

 

5. How Do We Overcome Health Disparities?
Facilitators:
Fahina Tavaki-Pasi
Executive Director,
National Tongan American Society

Jane M Dyer, CNM, FNP, MBA, PhD, FACNM
Assistant Professor of Nursing
University of Utah

 

6. "How does the public help create the health system of our future in Utah?"
Facilitators:
Michael Magill, MD
Professor and Chair of Family and Preventive Medicine
University of Utah School of Medicine
Executive Medical Director, Community Clinics
University of Utah Health Care
Executive Medical Director, University of Utah Health Plans

Steven Bleyl, MD, PhD
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Division of Pediatric Cardiology
University of Utah
Co-Director, Clinical Genetics Institute
Intermountain Health Care

 

7. How does the community want to be engaged in health research?
Facilitators:
Tatiana Allen CCRP
Clinical Research Coordinator
Primary CareResearch

Lisa Gren, PhD MSPH
Assistant Professor of Family and Preventive Medicine
University of Utah

12:30 –
12:45 pm

Pick up Lunch; Move to Breakout Session 2

-

12:45 –
1:45 pm

Concurrent Breakouts:
Session 2

Repeat of Session 1 Breakouts

1:45 -
2:00
 pm

Break & Networking

-

2:00 -
3:00
 pm

Breakout Group Reports and Q&A

Moderated Presentations by Group Facilitators

3:00 -
3:15
 pm

Open Mic

Reverend France A. Davis
Calvary Baptist Church

3:15 -
3:25 pm

Wrap-Up

Stephen C. Alder, PhD
Associate Professor of Family and Preventive Medicine
Chief, Division of Public Health
Co-Director, Community Outreach and Collaboration Core
Center for Clinical and Translational Science
University of Utah

3:25 -
3:30
 pm

Close

Louisa A. Stark, PhD
Director, Genetic Science Learning Center
Co-Director, Community Outreach and Collaboration Core
Center for Clinical and Translational Science
University of Utah

3:30 -
4:00
 pm

Post-Meeting Interviews

Stephen C. Alder, PhD
Reverend France A. Davis
Liz Joy, MD
Louisa A. Stark, PhD