On April 30, the Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement’s (NRHI) Collaborative Health Network will provide live event coverage for “Cost Transparency from the Ground Up“, a full-day national summit bringing together representatives from regional health improvement collaboratives from across the country, as well as policymakers and stakeholders to discuss the importance and lessons learned of measuring total cost of care in communities. The national summit is hosted by the Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement, with support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. A full agenda is available here.

You can follow the event coverage on April 30 from 8:45am-12:10pm EST on Twitter at #costofcare15 and www.nrhi.org/collaborativehealthnetwork for a live stream of the event.

Between 11:10am-12:10pm EST, there is a session called “So You Want to Try This at Home?” During this time, you’ll have the opportunity to ask your questions to people doing on the ground work, including:

  • Elizabeth Mitchell, President and CEO, Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement
  • Michael DeLorenzo, formerly Maine Health Management Coalition
  • Jonathan Mathieu, Center for Improving Value in Healthcare
  • Meredith Roberts Tomasi, Oregon Health Care Quality Corporation
  • Mary Jo Condon, Midwest Health Initiative
  • Ellen Gagnon, Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement

You can participate in the discussion by viewing the livestream online and joining a concurrent discussion on Twitter via #HealthDoers and #costofcare15.

Will you be following the conversation? What questions will you ask speakers during the “So You Want to Try This at Home?” session?

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