BMSF Grantee Summit 2019


T

he Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation holds their fourth annual Joint Grantee Summit for its Bridging Cancer Care and Specialty Care for Vulnerable Populations initiatives. This year, the theme of the Summit is “Making a Difference in Health Equity: Visions – Actions – Impacts from the Frontlines” reflecting the transformative nature of grantee projects to meet the treatment, care and support needs of vulnerable and medically underserved populations facing cancer, cardiovascular disease, and disaster preparedness and relief. The expert keynotes and capacity building workshops will also provide opportunities for you to view your work in the larger context of health equity as well as learn from successful models and tools for patient segmentation data, sustainability plan development, trauma informed care, and telehealth & care collaboration.


Keynote Speakers

Dr. David Satcher, MD

Dr. David Satcher, MD

Former US Surgeon General and Founding Director, Satcher Health Leadership Institute

Dr. Ric Marlink, MD

Dr. Ric Marlink, MD

Director, Rutgers Global Health Institute


Grantee Presentations

Moderated Roundtable on Health Equity and Leadership

Moderated Roundtable on Health Equity and Leadership

Featuring:

  • Shonta Chambers, Patient Advocate Foundation
  • Neal Palafox, University of Hawai’i
  • Karriem Watson, University of Illinois Cancer Center
  • Steve Kaufman, Urban Health Institute
  • Adrienne Duckworth, West Virginia University

Grantee Presentation I: Rapid Fire Presentations

Featuring:

  • American Heart Association, Community Health in Action
  • University of California Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center + Health & Life Organization
  • Avera McKennan, Increasing Lung Cancer Screening for High Risk Smokers in a Frontier Population
  • Lung Cancer Alliance, ALCASE
  • American Cancer Society, Project HALE
  • Thomas Jefferson University, Engaging a Learning Community to Increase Lung Cancer Prevention and Control in Vulnerable Populations
  • University of North Carolina, A System-wide Care Pathway for Atrial Fibrillation

Expert Respondents:

  • Dr. Renzo Canetta, BMS Retired
  • Dr. Awny Farajallah, Head of US Medical, BMS
  • Dr. Roy Herbst, Ensign Professor of Medicine and Chief of Medical Oncology, Yale Cancer Center
  • Dr. Christopher Lathan, Medical Director, Dana Farber Cancer Institute
  • Dr. Richard Wender, Chief Cancer Control Officer, American Cancer Society

Moderated Health Systems & Health Payers Roundtable

Featuring:

  • Dr. Nicole Cooper, Vice President, Corporate Social Responsibility, UnitedHealthcare
  • Kate Kinslow, Chief Integration Officer, Jefferson Health System
  • Wilson Gaillard, Director, Cancer Center at Greenwood Leflore Hospital
  • Dr. Steven Peskin, Executive Medical Director of Population Health & Transformation, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield New Jersey

Grantee Panels

Africa Session

Featuring:

  • Dr. Zukiswa Jafta, Nelson Mandela Academic Hospital
  • Dr. Khumbulani Hlongwane, University of KwaZulu Natal
  • Ms. Buhle Lubuzo, Multinational Lung Cancer Control Programme
  • Dr. Nestory Masalu, Bugando Medical Centre/Catholic University of Health and Allied Sciences

Social Determinants of Health

Moderated By:

  • Dr. Anthony Shih, President, United Hospital Fund

Featuring:

  • Patient Advocate Foundation, West Virginia Lung Cancer Project
  • Farmworker Justice and Campesinos Sin Fronteras, Unidos Eliminando Barreras para la Prevencion de Cancer de la Piel
  • Atrium Health, Lung B.A.S.E.S 4 Life
  • Cooper University Health Care, Reducing Disparities in Cardiovascular Care in Camden, NJ
  • Association of Community Cancer Centers, Optimal Care Coordination Model

Lung Cancer Survivorship

Moderated By:

  • Dr. Jamie L. Studts, Professor, University of Kentucky College of Medicine

Featuring:

  • University of South Carolina, Advancing Quality Lung Cancer Survivorship in South Carolina
  • West Virginia University, Bridge to Good Living: Thriving Beyond Lung Cancer
  • American Cancer Society-ECHO Survivorship
  • Duke University Medical Center, Development of a Veterans Affairs Based Comprehensive Lung Cancer Survivorship Program

Workshop Presenters

Lung Cancer Workshop

Lung Cancer Workshop

Faculty:

  • Dr. Andrea McKee, Chief of the Division of Radiation Oncology, Lahey Hospital and Medical Center and Partner, Radiation Oncology Associates
Changemaker Chats:
  • VA-PALS
  • Maine Medical Center, Maine Lung Cancer Coalition
  • Anne Arundel Medical Center, Rapid Access Chest and Lung Assessment Program
  • American Lung Association, Smoke Free Public Housing Initiative
  • Georgia Cancer Center at Augusta University, c-CARE
  • Mississippi Public Health Institute, Survive 2 Thrive
  • Yale Cancer Center, Cancer Disparities Firewall
  • Lungevity, Project ACTS
  • National Minority Quality Forum, Lung Cancer Screening Quality Improvement in Kentucky
  • University of Kentucky, KY LEADS C3 QUILS

Improving Quality and Achieving Equity through Use of Patient Segmentation Data

Faculty:

  • Dr. Andrea Tull, Director of Reporting and Analytics, MGH Disparities Solutions Center

Trauma Informed Care 101 in the Context of Cancer and Specialty Care

Faculty:

  • Dr. Ana E. Núñez, Associate Dean of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Drexel College of Medicine

ECHO Mini-Immersion Workshop

Faculty Members:

  • Dr. Sanjeev Arora, Dr. Oliver Bogler, Lucca Cirolia, Dr. Ellen Baker

FSG Sustainability Community of Practice

Faculty Members:

  • Dr. Lauren A. Smith, Tiffany Clarke, Neeraja Bhavaraju, Samantha Dina