A Community Health Forum | September 10, 2019

Healthcare quality and cost measurement aims to provide better, more affordable care for individuals and the community. However, the measurement burden is causing provider burnout and quality of care is on the decline. How can healthcare identify and agree on what measures are the most important to reduce administrative burden? Agreeing on a set of healthcare measures is the first step toward aligning incentives around meaningful measures. Hear what is happening nationally and locally around measurement alignment efforts aimed at reducing measurement burden, improving focus, and ultimately measuring what matters most to patients.

Featured Speaker

Director, Clinical Affairs

America’s Health Insurance Plans

Project Manager

Core Quality Measures Collaborative (CQMC)

Additional Speakers

Data Scientist

Kentuckiana Health Collaborative

Chief Medical Administrative Officer

Norton Medical Group

Director, Office of the Chief Medical Officer 



Commissioner, Department of Employee Insurance

Kentucky Personnel Cabinet

Professor, Dept of Family and Community Medicine

University of Kentucky

Provider Collaboration Director

Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kentucky

Director, Program Quality and Outcomes

Department for Medicaid Services

Community Health Research Officer

Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky


Date and Time

Tuesday, September 10, 2019
Breakfast: 7:30 a.m.
Program: 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.


Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky
1640 Lyndon Farm Ct. #100
Louisville, KY 40223