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October 3–5, 2013 • Omni Shoreham Hotel • Washington D.C.

Diabetes Innovation 2013 is a ground-breaking, immersive event where leaders from all stakeholders in diabetes prevention, treatment, payment, education and research come together to forge new paths toward creative and

THE SOLUTION

innovative solutions to the most pressing and urgent challenges of our time.

All we need now — is you.

BE THERE.

Register at diabetesinnovation.org

BE INSPIRED. Putting the IDEA into DIABETES Diabetes Innovation brings together

Mission The diabetes epidemic demands a powerful response from leaders in the diabetes community, nationally and globally. By bringing together the best minds across public and private payers, providers, purchasers and practitioners, suppliers, entrepreneurs, industry and technology, patients and advocates, Diabetes Innovation 2013 will act as a powerful marketplace of ideas, partnerships and collaboration to provoke thought, innovation and action that address the cost, productivity and quality-of-life impact of diabetes and related conditions and comorbidities on our society. Diabetes Innovation 2013 will provide a powerful foundation for sustained focus and excitement for advancement in all facets of diabetes prevention, treatment and payment reforms—from social media and gaming to translational research breakthroughs to mobile patient technologies and everything in between.

all stakeholders in diabetes and obesity care to take action towards cost effective solutions that work in policy, delivery,

The need for innovation and action demands an intensive format. Join us in an immersive, interactive forum over 2½ days that puts you in direct discussion with leaders from all stakeholder groups. Each session will include statements, cases and ideas followed by an expertly moderated open exchange to spark new collaborations and catalyze innovation. Delegates will have the opportunity to request subjects and topics prior to attending to ensure their goals are met.

Who Should Be There

• Provide a marketplace of ideas, partnerships and collaboration by bringing together all stakeholders in diabetes and health care.

Organizations

• Provoke thought, innovation and action that address the cost, productivity and quality-of-life impact of diabetes on our society.

research, technology and adherence.

• Challenge key leaders to be catalysts for new partnerships, practical and affordable solutions, and to work toward the goal of a future without diabetes.

BE SOCIAL.

• Showcase advancement in all facets of diabetes prevention, treatment and payment reforms—from social media and gaming to translational research breakthroughs to mobile patient technologies and everything in between.

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Innovative Format

Program Objectives:

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• Provide a platform to openly meet and discuss issues surrounding technology use, accessibility, outcomes, cost and payment issues. • Spark real change towards meaningful and scalable solutions.

n Group Practices and IPAs nP  ublic and Private Hospitals and Integrated Delivery Systems n Government Regulators and Analysts n Health Plans and Managed Care Organizations n Public and Private Payers n Employers/Purchasers n Start-Ups and Entrepreneurs n Technology Solutions Providers n Pharmaceutical and Device Companies n Patient Advocacy Organizations

Titles n CEOs, Presidents, Board Chairs n CAOs, COOs, Administrators, Executive Directors n Medical Directors, CMOs n CFOs, Vice Presidents n Board Members n Department Directors n Information Systems Managers n Technology Officers n Pharmacy Department Managers n Quality and Research Directors and Officers n Senior Managers of Clinical Effectiveness nH  uman Resources and Benefits Directors and Officers n Marketing Directors and Officers

“Joslin’s Diabetes Innovation 2012 certainly

“What a fantastic event!

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delivered on its promise to provide stimulating,

Thanks for rallying such

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innovation, needed reform and new solutions in the

great connections.”

battle against diabetes.”

Sean Duffy Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder Omada Health

Joseph Kvedar, MD Director, Center for Connected Health Partners HealthCare

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Saad Sakkal, MD Director Metabolic Care Center

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Speakers Pamela Allweiss, MD, MSPH

Jason Bronner, MD

Associate Clinical Professor, UC San Diego School of Medicine; Internist, UC San Diego Health System

Patricia M. Doykos, PhD

Director, Together on Diabetes Initiative™, Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation

Robert Gabbay, MD

Dr. Bandar Hamooh

Richard Jackson, MD

John E. Anderson, MD

John Brooks, III

Sean Duffy

Susan E. Gaca, MBA, RN

Matt Handley, MD

Marcia Guida James, MS, MBA, CPC

Medical Officer, CDC Division of Diabetes Translation Co-Chair, ACOEM Health and Productivity Section

President, Medicine & Science, American Diabetes Association

President and Chief Executive Officer, Joslin Diabetes Center

Rajni Aneja, MD, MBA, CPE

Enrique Caballero, MD

Strategic Executive, Clinical Transformation Leader, Humana Inc.

Richard S. Beaser, MD

Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School, Medical Executive Director, Professional Education, Joslin Diabetes Center

Tom Beauregard

Executive Vice President and Executive Director, Center for Health Reform & Modernization, UnitedHealth Group

Richard M. Bergenstal, MD Executive Director, International Diabetes Center at Park Nicollet

Jan Berger, MD

Chief Medical Officer Silverlink Communications, Inc.

Larry S. Boress

President and CEO Midwest Business Group on Health Executive Director National Association of Worksite Health Centers

Nate Brady, MD, MPH

Medical Director for Occupational Health, MercyCare Community Physicians

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Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School Director, Medical Affairs, Professional Education Director, Latino Diabetes Initiative, Joslin Diabetes Center

Sean Cavanaugh

Acting Deputy Director Programs and Policy Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

Dr. Gail Christopher

Vice President, Program Strategy, W.K. Kellogg Foundation

Sandra Cook

Consumer Assistance Specialist Arkansas Health Benefits Exchange Partnership Division

Karen Dale, RN, MSN

Executive Director, AmeriHealth District of Columbia

Thomas A. Daschle

Former Senator, Senior Policy Advisor, DLA Piper LLP (US)

Marie Dieudonne

Program Manager, Population Health Self-Management and Director, Clinical eHealth Solutions, Humana Inc.

Additional speakers to be announced. Subject to change.

Chief Medical Officer Joslin Diabetes Center

Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer Omada Health

Chief Nursing Officer, VP Operations, Consumer Health Engagement CIGNA

Chief Executive Officer, Nahdi medical company

Medical Director, Quality and Informatics Group Health Cooperative

Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School, Director of Medical Affairs, Healthcare Services, Senior Physician, Joslin Diabetes Center

Vice President, Accountable Care Mercy Health System

Osagie Ebekozien, MBBS, MPH, CPHQ

Hadley George

Marianne Smith-Edge, MS, RD, LD, FADA

Alan Glaseroff, MD

Richard A. Feifer, MD, MPH, FACP

Bruce Goldberg, MD

Rushika Fernandopulle, MD, MPP

Danielle Greenberg, PhD, FACN

Trina Histon, PhD

Karen Linscott, PT, MA

Director, Nutrition and Scientific Affairs PepsiCo

Senior Principal Consultant, Clinical & Operational Improvement, Obesity, Prevention & Treatment and Behavior Change, Kaiser Permanente Care Management Institute

Chief Operating Officer, National Business Coalition on Health

Madelyn Fernstrom, PhD, CNS

Robert H. Groves, Jr., MD

Sam Ho, MD

Ronald R. Loeppke, MD, MPH, FACOEM

Founder, Type One Teens Freshman, Mariemont High School Cincinnati, Ohio

Manager of Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement Whittier Street Health Center, Roxbury, Massachusetts

Director, Stanford Clinic; Clinical Professor of Medicine, Stanford School of Medicine

Senior Vice President Nutrition & Food Safety International Food Information Council

Director Oregon Health Authority

National Medical Director Head of Clinical Consulting, Strategy, & Analysis Aetna National Accounts

Chief Executive Officer, Iora Health

Manny Hernandez

Rebecca Killion

President, Diabetes Hands Foundation

Director of Professional Development, McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP

Christopher Herot

Peter Lee, MD, MPH, FACOEM

Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, SBR Health

Brian Hille, RPh

Vice President of Patient and Specialty Care Pharmacy Department Safeway

Global Occupational Health & Wellness Program Leader, GE Corporate

Harry L. Leider, MD, MBA, FACPE

Chief Medical Officer and Group Vice President, Walgreens

Senior Medical Director, Clinical Performance Banner Health

Chief Medical Officer and Executive Vice President UnitedHealth Group

Anne Filipic

Matthew Gymer

Corporate Director of Innovation Novant Health

Edward S. Horton, MD

David Ludwig, MD, PhD

President, Enroll America

Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Senior Investigator, Joslin Diabetes Center

Director, New Balance Foundation Obesity Prevention Center Boston Children’s Hospital; Professor, Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School; Professor, Nutrition Harvard School of Public Health

Susannah Fox

Osama Hamdy, MD, PhD, FACE

Douglas E. Hough, Ph.D.

Michelle J. Lyn, MBA, MHA

Diet and Nutrition Editor NBC’s Today Show; Professor of Psychiatry, Epidemiology and Surgery University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Founding Director UPMC Weight Management Center

Associate Director Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project

Medical Director, Obesity Clinical Program, Director of Inpatient Diabetes Management, Joslin Diabetes Center, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Associate Scientist and Associate Director, Master in Healthcare Management program, Department of Health Policy and Management at the Bloomberg School of Public Health Johns Hopkins University

Vice Chairman U.S. PREVENTIVE MEDICINE, INC.

Assistant Professor and Chief, Division of Community Health, Department of Community and Family Medicine; Associate Director, Duke Center for Community Research, Duke Translational Medicine Institute

Please visit www.diabetesinnovation.org often for updates and new announcements

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Speakers Susan Manzi, MD, MPH

Janice Murphy, JD

Sean Penwell, MD

Christina Roth

Jenny Sullivan, MHS

Larry Weber

Alis Marachelian, MPH

Zeev Neuwirth, MD, SM

President-Chief Clinical Executive of Care Delivery Carolinas Healthcare System

Edward Phillips, MD

Brenda Schmidt, MS, MBA

Fahad Tahir

Lisa Whittemore, MSW, MPH

Health Promotion Director, Mary’s Center for Maternal and Child Care

Enrique Martinez-Vidal

Timothy Noakes, MD

Christopher Porter

Ann M. Sheehy, MD, MS

Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

Laura Tapia, MS

Senior Director, Government Affairs, Novo Nordisk

Janet Williams

Todd G. Prewitt, M.D., FAAFP

William H. Shrank, MD, MSHS

Gary Taubes

Faculty, Harvard Medical School

Co-Founder Nutrition Science Initiative Author, Why We Get Fat and Good Calories, Bad Calories

Jean Yang

Robert W. Pryor, MD, MBA

Dexter Shurney, MD,

Amy Tenderich

Donna Zazworsky

Founder and Editor-in-Chief, Diabetes Mine

Vice President, Community Health & Continuum of Care, Carondelet Health Network

Robert E. Ratner, MD

Linda Siminerio, RN, PhD, CDE Executive Director, University of Pittsburgh Diabetes Institute, Professor of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

Grace Emerson Terrell, MD

John Zrebiec, MSW, CDE

Chief Scientific and Medical Officer, American Diabetes Association

Margaret Rehayem

Karan Singh

Pamella Thomas, MD, MPH, FACOEM

Chair, Department of Medicine Allegheny Health Network Vice Chair and Professor Medicine Temple University School of Medicine

Vice President for State Policy and Technical Assistance Director of State Coverage Initiatives, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Board Member, Maryland Health Benefit Exchange

Stephanie Mayfield, MD, FCAP

Commissioner, Department for Public Health, Commonwealth of Kentucky

Maureen McCluskey, RN, BSN, MA Corporate Health Manager American Express

Suzanne Mercure

Consultant and Director, Virginia Center for Healthy Small Business

Debra Miller, PhD

Director of Public Policy, Nutrition, Health & Food Safety, The Hershey Company

Director, Affiliated Programs, Joslin Diabetes Center

Professor, Discovery Health Chair of Exercise and Sports Science, University of Cape Town; Director UCT/MRC Research Unit for Exercise Science and Sports Medicine Co-Founder, Sports Science Institute of South Africa

Jeremy Nobel, MD, MPH

Faculty Member Harvard School of Public Health Medical Director Northeast Business Group on Health

Sally Okun, RN, MMHS

VP Advocacy, Policy & Patient Safety, PatientsLikeMe

Jeremy Orr MD, MPH

Physician Director, Provider Solutions at Humedica

Reena Pande, MD

Chief Medical Officer, AbilTo

Chief, Primary Care Park Nicollet Health Services

Naser Partovi

Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Sanitas Inc

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Chief Executive Officer and Founder College Diabetes Network

Director, Institute of Lifestyle Medicine Joslin Diabetes Center

Founder and Chief Executive Officer Viridian Health Management

Director, Chronic Care Strategies, Health Guidance Organization, Humana, Inc.

President and Chief Executive Officer Scott & White Healthcare

Chief Medical Officer, Global Health and Wellness Cummins Inc.

Senior Director of Strategic Initiatives and Communications Midwest Business Group on Health

Co-Founder Ginger.io

Jean R. Slutsky

Associate Professor, Family Medicine VA Medical Center

Director, Center for Outcomes and Evidence Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Dr. Héctor Gallardo Rincón

Maggie Morgan, JD

Clinical Fellow, Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation, Harvard Law School

Chief Medical Officer SeeChange Health

Caroline Richardson, MD

John S. Misa, MD

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Christine L. Pelkman, PhD

Senior Nutrition Scientist and Clinical Research Manager Ingredion Incorporated

Additional speakers to be announced. Subject to change.

Director, Best Practices Institute, Enroll America

Vice President, Physician Enterprise Providence Hospital

Advisor, Diabetes Model of Care, Carlos Slim Health Institute

Chief Executive Officer and President Cornerstone Health Care, P.A.

Chief Executive Officer and Chairman W2 Group

Vice President, Network Performance Improvement BlueCross BlueShield of Massachusetts

Senior Program Manager, Population Health American Medical Association

Executive Director Commonwealth Health Insurance Connector Authority (Health Connector)

Chief of Behavioral and Mental Health Services Joslin Diabetes Center

Consulting Medical Director, Wellness and Population Health Management Strategies Chief Medical Officer and Executive Director, Working Caregivers Workplace Center Institute of Health and Productivity Management

Jeff Volek, PhD, RD

Professor University of Connecticut

Robert Spendlove

Director de Soluciones Operativas, Carlos Slim Health Institute

Deputy for State and Federal Relations Governor’s Office of Utah

Please visit www.diabetesinnovation.org often for updates and new announcements

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Day 1:

Sunday, September 23, 2013

Lisa Whittemore, MSW, MPH, Vice President, Network Performance Improvement, BlueCross BlueShield of Massachusetts

October 3, 2013

6:45 AM Registration Networking Breakfast 7:45 AM

BE CHALLENGED.

9:30 AM

Welcome and Opening Remarks John L. Brooks, III, President and Chief Executive Officer, Joslin Diabetes Center

8:15 AM

• Maximize the benefit of the ACA for diabetes prevention and care; what is in effect now and what’s on the horizon Moderator: Robert Gabbay, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Joslin Diabetes Center

Christopher Porter, Senior Director, Government Affairs, Novo Nordisk

Michelle J. Lyn, MBA, MHA, Assistant Professor and Chief, Division of Community Health, Department of Community and Family Medicine; Associate Director, Duke Center for Community Research, Duke Translational Medicine Institute

Stephanie Mayfield, MD, FCAP, Commissioner, Department for Public Health, Commonwealth of Kentucky

Maggie Morgan, JD, Clinical Fellow, Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation, Harvard Law School

10:00 AM Panel Q&A 10:15 AM Networking and Refreshment Break

Rushika Fernandopulle, MD, MPP, Chief Executive Officer, Iora Health Kavita Patel, MD, MS, Fellow in the Economic Studies; Managing Director for Clinical Transformation and Delivery, Engelberg Center for Health Care Reform, Brookings Institution

Subject to change.

12:30 PM Networking Lunch 1:15 PM Plenary Session 1:30 PM Do You Want to Make a Difference? Innovators Discuss What’s Working NOW for Diabetes Management • Learn how the country’s most innovative health plans are empowering individuals to better manage their chronic condition • Discover consumer engagement strategies to achieve sustained engagement and improve adherence • Hear strategies that improve the health and wellbeing of individuals with diabetes Moderator: Jan Berger, MD, MJ, Chief Medical Officer, Silverlink Communications, Inc. Panelists: Marie Dieudonne, Program Manager, Population Health Self-Management and Director, Clinical eHealth Solutions, Humana Inc.

• Is there an optimal structure and model for diabetes patients and providers to participate in an exchange?

Richard A. Feifer, MD, MPH, FACP, National Medical Director, Head of Clinical Consulting, Strategy, & Analysis, Aetna National Accounts

• What has been the response so far among consumers and providers to exchanges?

• Overview of Together on Diabetes initiative and top line results and progress to date

Bruce Goldberg, MD, Director, Oregon Health Authority

Sandra Cook, Consumer Assistance Specialist, Arkansas Health Benefits Exchange Partnership Division

11:30 AM Dateline—OCTOBER 1, 2013: Diabetes Friendly and Affordable Health Insurance Exchanges

10:45 AM Together on Diabetes—Evolving Clinic-Community-Public Health Collaborations for Equity in Diabetes Care and Support

Susan Manzi, MD, MPH, Chair, Department of Medicine, Allegheny Health Network; Vice Chair and Professor of Medicine, Temple University School of Medicine

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Osagie Ebekozien, MBBS, MPH, CPHQ, Manager of Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement, Whittier Street Health Center, Roxbury, Massachusetts

Ann M. Sheehy, MD, MS, Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

Panelists:

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Panelists:

John E. Anderson, MD, President, Medicine & Science, American Diabetes Association

Building a Stronger, High-Quality Primary Care System: The Key to Diabetes Prevention and Management • New developments in primary care: Integrated systems, patient-physician communications, coordinated care and medical homes, bundled payments, performance measurement, quality improvement, and alternative models for the delivery of care “outside” the traditional healthcare system

Moderator: Patricia M. Doykos, PhD, Director, Together on Diabetes Initiative™, Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation

Panelists:

Sally Okun, RN, MMHS, VP Advocacy, Policy & Patient Safety, PatientsLikeMe 8:35 AM

“Reality Check” Reactor Panel Are We Moving in the Right Direction to Improve Early Diagnosis and Outcomes for Diabetes? Moderator: Richard S. Beaser, MD, Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Medical Executive Director, Professional Education, Joslin Diabetes Center

Opening Keynote Address Patients as Drivers of Innovation: Understanding the Language of Patients and Harnessing their Voices to Transform Diabetes Care

Jean Yang, Executive Director, Commonwealth Health Insurance Connector Authority (Health Connector)

• Harvard Law School will comment specifically on the policy implications of the core components of the Duke and Whittier Street Health Center projects as well as broadly about opportunities and recommendations for an equitable response to diabetes in the context of ACA implementation

Robert E. Ratner, MD, Chief Scientific and Medical Officer, American Diabetes Association

• What will it take for payers to succeed in an exchange and what are the opportunities for improving consumer engagement and health care delivery?

• WSHC will provide an overview of their Together on Diabetes project focused on African-American women living in public housing in Roxbury combining comprehensive diabetes clinical care, community outreach and engagement, community health worker mobilization and self-management education

• How can the Massachusetts exchange experience inform other states developing exchanges? Moderator: Enrique Martinez-Vidal, Vice President for State Policy and Technical Assistance; Director of State Coverage Initiatives, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation; Board Member, Maryland Health Benefit Exchange

• Duke will provide an overview of their Together on Diabetes and CMS Innovation Center funded demonstration projects to bend the curve on the diabetes burden at the population level using geospatial mapping, a healthcare neighborhood data sharing system, patient management methodologies, and community-based interventions

Panelists: Robert Spendlove, Deputy for State and Federal Relations, Governor’s Office of Utah

Todd G. Prewitt, M.D., FAAFP, Director, Chronic Care Strategies, Health Guidance Organization, Humana, Inc. 2:30 PM

Transforming Diabetes Care in the Nation’s Capital: Innovation at Providence Hospital • An in-depth look at three strategic initiatives yielding tangible results: A center of excellence for diabetes and obesity education & prevention; and an integrated services line for women; the Capital Clinical Integration Network with a creative shared savings component

Please visit www.diabetesinnovation.org often for updates and new announcements

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BE OPEN.

October 3, 2013 (continued)

Grace Emerson Terrell, MD, Chief Executive Officer and President, Cornerstone Health Care, P.A.

• A system’s thinking approach to developing best practices in network development, financial risk management, analytics, payment, care coordination and delivery

Sean Cavanaugh, Acting Deputy Director Programs and Policy, Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

• Lessons Learn(ing) about successful engagement with partners to better serve the community in a changing healthcare environment Moderator: Richard Jackson, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Director of Medical Affairs, Healthcare Services; Senior Physician, Joslin Diabetes Center

Networking and Refreshment Break

4:00 PM

Critical Success Factors for Purchasing Value in Diabetes Care

Moderator: Edward S. Horton, MD, Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Senior Investigator, Joslin Diabetes Center Danielle Greenberg, PhD, FACN, Director, PepsiCo Global R&D Fellow, Nutrition, PepsiCo

• How do you effectively design consumer incentives to encourage value seeking behavior?

Marianne Smith-Edge, MS, RD, LD, FADA, Senior Vice President, Nutrition & Food Safety, International Food Information Council

• What are the major challenges to transitioning to VBP and ways to address them (i.e. physician engagement, patient engagement, etc.)?

Debra Miller, PhD, Director of Public Policy, Nutrition, Health & Food Safety, The Hershey Company

• What metrics should you apply, i.e. Cost of CRE, clinical outcomes and productivity, to determine if VBP is having the intended effect?

Christine L. Pelkman, PhD, Senior Nutrition Scientist and Clinical Research Manager, Ingredion Incorporated

• For those implementing Medicare and commercial VBP, what lessons are organizations learning on how to succeed? Moderator: Jeremy Nobel, MD, MPH, Faculty Member, Harvard School of Public Health; Medical Director, Northeast Business Group on Health

Brian Hille, RPh, Vice President of Patient and Specialty Care, Safeway 6:00 PM

Panelists: Sam Ho, MD, Executive Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer, UnitedHealthcare Robert H. Groves, Jr., MD, Senior Medical Director, Clinical Performance, Banner Health 8

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Opening Reception

Peter Lee, MD, MPH, FACOEM, Global Occupational Health & Wellness Program Leader, General Electric Sean Penwell, MD, Chief Medical Officer, SeeChange Health

• Proactive campaigns that target individuals to engage in lifestyle management programs Jan Berger, MD, MJ, Chief Medical Officer, Silverlink Communications, Inc. Rajni Aneja, MD, MBA, CPE, Strategic Executive, Clinical Transformation Leader, Humana Inc. 8:00 AM

Panelists:

• Is VBP likely to truly become a disruptive innovation and bring about change?

Janet Williams, Senior Program Manager, Population Health, American Medical Association

• Engagement strategies to engage high risk individuals

• Understanding and changing the “food environment”, i.e. social and physical, and its influence on healthy food choices

Karen Dale, RN, MSN, Executive Director, AmeriHealth District of Columbia

Registration Pre-Conference Breakfast Session Breakfast of Champions: Sharing Lessons Learned in Diabetes Management & Prevention

• Using technology to augment care management resources

• Implementing a “pull” strategy in an effort to change consumer demand for healthy and affordable food and drink options

Donna Zazworsky, RN, MS, CCM, FAAN, Vice President, Community Health & Continuum of Care, Carondelet Health Network

Madelyn Fernstrom, PhD, CNS, Diet and Nutrition Editor, NBC’s Today Show; Professor of Psychiatry, Epidemiology and Surgery, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center; Board Certified Nutrition Specialist, American College of Nutrition; Founding Director, UPMC Weight Management Center

• Preventive strategies for people with pre-diabetes

• How industry leaders are shifting food technology trends for a greater emphasis on health and obesity prevention

Fahad Tahir, Vice President, Physician Enterprise, Providence Hospital

3:30 PM

7:00 AM

5:00 PM Delivering Breakthrough Innovation and Strategies to Change the Food Culture for Preventing Diabetes

Panelists:

Panelists:

Day 2 October 4, 2013

Day Two Opening Remarks John L. Brooks, III, President and Chief Executive Officer, Joslin Diabetes Center

8:05 AM 8:30 AM

Dr. Gail Christopher, Vice President, Program Strategy, W.K. Kellogg Foundation 9:30 AM

Networking and Refreshment Break

10:00 AM Debate: Social Networking and Diabetes— Does the Research Match with Reality? • Highlights of the Pew Internet Project research related to health and health care with implications drawn for diabetes

Engaging the Patient, Engaging the Public

• Does the medical community need evidence from large scale studies to prove that social networking has value?

Anne Filipic, President, Enroll America

• Are social media guidelines from the FDA needed?

Tackling Diabetes through Innovations in Care Delivery and Community-Based Partnerships • Examining the potential for a communitybased project to deliver nationwide health care intervention • Harnessing the power of media and the entertainment industry to change consumer behavior and improve health • Physician buy-in and the role of medical professional societies in moving a communitybased project forward • Lessons learned from an employer that offers the program as a benefit to employees Moderator: Tom Beauregard, Executive Vice President and Executive Director, Center for Health Reform & Modernization, UnitedHealth Group

Moderator: Larry Weber, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman, W2 Group Panelists: Amy Tenderich, Founder and Editor-in-Chief, Diabetes Mine Manny Hernandez, President, Diabetes Hands Foundation Susannah Fox, Associate Director, Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project Hadley George, Founder, Type One Teens; Freshman, Mariemont High School, Cincinnati, Ohio Jason Bronner, MD, Associate Clinical Professor, UC San Diego School of Medicine; Internist, UC San Diego Health System Christina Roth, Chief Executive Officer and Founder, College Diabetes Network 9

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BE THOUGHTFUL.

October 4, 2013 (continued)

11:00 AM Nahdi: The New Reality of Social Responsibility for Diabetes and a Shift toward a Community Centric Model

1:45 PM

Dr. Bandar Talaat, Chief Executive Officer, Nahdi medical company 11:25 AM Keynote Address Thomas A. Daschle, Former Senator, Senior Policy Advisor, DLA Piper LLP (US) 12:00 PM Networking Lunch 12:45 PM Employer Innovation—Strategies for Primary Prevention, Workplace Wellness and Diabetes Management • Economics and benefits of improved glycemic control in the workplace • Engagement! Success stories and news from the front on how employers were able to engage high risk employees and sustain their engagement in prevention programs Moderator: Ronald R. Loeppke, MD, MPH, FACOEM, Vice Chairman, U.S. PREVENTIVE MEDICINE, INC. Panelists: Pamela Allweiss, MD, MSPH, Medical Officer, CDC Division of Diabetes Translation, Co-Chair, ACOEM Health and Productivity Section Pamella Thomas, MD, MPH, FACOEM Consulting Medical Director, Wellness and Population Health Management Strategies Chief Medical Officer and Executive Director, Working Caregivers Workplace Center Institute of Health and Productivity Management Maureen McCluskey, RN, BSN, MA, Corporate Health Manager, American Express Brenda Schmidt, MS, MBA, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Viridian Health Management Suzanne Mercure, Consultant and Director, Virginia Center for Healthy Small Business Karen Linscott, PT, MA, Chief Operating Officer, National Business Coalition on Health

Combat Obesity and Diabetes: Create a Culture of Health and Reward a Healthier Lifestyle • Understand a culture change framework that encourages healthy lifestyle choices that have and lead to lasting value • Establish new cultural norms and touch points (operating in formal policies, procedures and programs & informally); implement rewards and communication in order to ‘make wellness work’.

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Panelists:

Dexter Shurney, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Global Health and Wellness, Cummins Inc.

Susan Gaca, RN, MBA, Chief Nursing Officer; Senior Director, Operations, CIGNA

Edward Phillips, MD, Director, Institute of Lifestyle Medicine, Joslin Diabetes Center

Margaret Rehayem, Senior Director of Strategic Initiatives and Communications, Midwest Business Group on Health

2:30 PM

Networking and Refreshment Break

3:00 PM

Do ACOs Improve Clinical Outcomes and Cost Savings for Diabetes?

• Early results on outcomes and performance in the nation’s first pharmacy to lead a Medicare ACO

Moderator: Larry S. Boress, President and CEO, Midwest Business Group on Health Executive Director National Association of Worksite Health Centers

5:00 PM

Marcia Guida James, MS, MBA, CPC, Vice President, Accountable Care, Mercy Health System

Diabetes Innovation 2012 Results

5:05 PM

John S. Misa, MD, Chief, Primary Care, Park Nicollet Health Services

Laura Tapia, MS, Advisor, Diabetes Model of Care, Carlos Slim Health Institute

Robert W. Pryor, MD, MBA, President and Chief Executive Officer, Scott & White Healthcare

Linda Siminerio, RN, PhD, CDE, Director of the University of Pittsburgh Diabetes Institute; Associate professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and the School of Nursing

Harry L. Leider, MD, MBA, FACPE, Chief Medical Officer and Group Vice President, Walgreens Reducing the Risk of Diabetes and Improving Engagement with Digital Health Devices and Coaches • Proactive approaches to diabetes prevention and management and the utilization of fitness and physiological data, coaches and health educators to improve population health and costs Moderator: Judith Eyres Goodwin, MBA, Senior Vice President and Managing Director, Strategic Initiatives Division, Joslin Diabetes Center

Social Responsibility for Diabetes Via Community Centric Models Dr. Héctor Gallardo Rincón, Director de Soluciones Operativas, Carlos Slim Health Institute

Richard M. Bergenstal, MD, Executive Director, International Diabetes Center at Park Nicollet

4:00 PM

Around the Globe Enrique Caballero, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School Director, Medical Affairs, Professional Education; Director, Latino Diabetes Initiative, Joslin Diabetes Center

Moderator: Janice Murphy, JD, Director, Affiliate Programs, Joslin Diabetes Center

I NNO VAT I O N I M PA CT

“It was a successful networking experience. We launched a new website, “Diabetes Local” that provides local community resources and I networked with people at the event to expand the resources.”

Reena Pande, MD, Chief Medical Officer, AbilTo

• Lessons learned from an early adopter of a coordinated care model—A Pioneer ACO

Panelists:

Richard Pratley, MD Director Florida Hospital Diabetes Institute

Rajni Aneja, MD, MBA, CPE, Strategic Executive, Clinical Transformation Leader, Humana Inc.

• Hear about quality gains and modest cost savings in a health plan-provider ACO pilot with a focus on diabetes

• Reduce the prevalence of lifestyle-related disease through clinician-directed intervention and technology tools utilized for modifiable behaviors, i.e. Lifestyle Medicine

“We had an opportunity to incorporate a technology that we learned about at the conference into one of our diabetes care research projects. We also made a connection with the Joslin Latino Diabetes Initiative. As a result, we incorporated a Rosa’s Story intervention into the same research project. All and all, it was a productive meeting for us.”

Matt Handley, MD, Medical Director, Quality and Informatics, Group Health Cooperative

Dr. Bandar Hamooh, Chief Executive Officer, Nahdi medical company 6:00 PM

Wrap-Up Enrique Caballero, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School Director, Medical Affairs, Professional Education; Director, Latino Diabetes Initiative, Joslin Diabetes Center

6:15 PM

Roundtable Reception/Dinner – By invitation only

6:15 PM

Spotlight Reception

Kathleen Gold, RN Director of Outreach and Education Diabetes Research and Wellness

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Please visit www.diabetesinnovation.org often for updates and new announcements

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AGENDA

BE ENGAGED.

Moderator: Sean Duffy, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Omada Health

Day 3 October 5, 2013 7:00 AM

Registration Networking Breakfast

8:00 AM

Day Three Opening Remarks

Panelists: Alan Glaseroff, MD, Director, Stanford Clinic; Clinical Professor of Medicine, Stanford School of Medicine Zeev Neuwirth, MD, SM, President-Chief Clinical Executive of Care Delivery, Carolinas Healthcare System

John L. Brooks, III, President and Chief Executive Officer, Joslin Diabetes Center 8:05 AM

Establishing the Dietary Causes of Obesity and Diabetes through Conclusive Research

Caroline Richardson, MD, Associate Professor, Family Medicine, VA Medical Center Trina Histon, PhD, Senior Principal Consultant, Clinical & Operational Improvement, Obesity, Prevention & Treatment and Behavior Change, Kaiser Permanente Care Management Institute

Gary Taubes, Co-Founder, Nutrition Science Initiative; Author, Why We Get Fat and Good Calories, Bad Calories 8:25 AM

From the Garage to Bedside • A startup’s view of bringing a nascent patientfacing technology into health systems and thought leading employers

9:25 AM New Diabetes Breakthroughs and Pioneering Solutions on the Horizon

• Effective strategies to remove internal barriers to technology adoption inside large delivery organizations • Evolving business models in diabetes prevention and management

Moderator: John Zrebiec, MSW, CDE, Chief of Behavioral and Mental Health Services, Joslin Diabetes Center Panelists:

10:25 AM Networking and Refreshment Break 10:45 AM Evidence-Based Approaches to Nutrition and Its Effects on Diabetes and Obesity Moderator: Osama Hamdy, MD, PhD, FACE, Medical Director, Obesity Clinical Program, Director of Inpatient Diabetes Management, Joslin Diabetes Center, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School

11:30 AM Closing Remarks John L. Brooks, III, President and Chief Executive Officer, Joslin Diabetes Center 11:45 AM Congress Concludes

Panelists: David Ludwig, MD, PhD, Director, New Balance Foundation Obesity Prevention Center, Boston Children’s Hospital; Professor, Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School; Professor, Nutrition, Harvard School of Public Health Jeff Volek, PhD, RD, Professor, University of Connecticut Timothy Noakes, MD, Professor, Discovery Health Chair of Exercise and Sports Science, University of Cape Town; Director, UCT/MRC Research Unit for Exercise Science and Sports Medicine, Co-Founder, Sports Science Institute of South Africa

Karan Singh, Co-Founder, Ginger.io Matthew Gymer, Corporate Director of Innovation, Novant Health

“If you’re looking for a one-stop shop for everything about current innovations in diabetes research, prevention and treatment, the Joslin Diabetes Innovation conference is the place to be!” Tiffany Wandy PCMH Program Consultant CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield

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“The conference helped me to remain on target in the

“Last year’s presentations by Ann Albright and

direction we want to go in at the Regional Extension Center/

Omada inspired me and I was able to bring

Healthbridge. We are involved in the diabetes measures public

valuable information back to our company. We’re

reporting effort, a Beacon community project, a comprehensive

currently in the process of implementing coverage

primary care initiative and the Robert Wood Johnson

of DPP for our members.”

Foundation Aligning Forces for Quality program in Cincinnati.” Mary Zile Director of Practice Consulting Healthbridge 12

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Andrea Barrack, MD Medical Director Blue Cross Blue Shield of Louisiana

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SPECIAL events Global Diabetes Innovation Summit: Solutions from Around the World This targeted summit will feature a review of the many innovative projects and initiatives around the world, and the many challenges and opportunities including Joslin partnerships and programs. This by-invitationonly Summit is designed for global leaders from policy, industry, government and clinical care to discuss and explore scalability of successes in their unique healthcare environments. This forum is designed to encourage a truly global dialogue about what works—and what doesn’t—in various populations and scenarios. Come, share, learn! Current Joslin programs featured in India, Japan, China, Brazil, Mexico, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Russia. Saturday, October 5, 2013; 1:00-5:00pm. Optional evening activities. Delegates must also be registered to attend Diabetes Innovation 2013. For more information or to apply for attendance email Karen.Kuc@joslin.harvard.edu

Diabetes Breakthrough Leadership Summit Co-located with DI2013, this summit is for health provider enterprise executive leadership to understand the key challenges and behaviors that contribute to barriers that inhibit the adoption of innovations and best practices that can lead to far better quality and outcomes for prevention of diabetes and its related conditions and comorbidities and identification, intervention and treatment/management of pre-diabetes, diabetes and related conditions and complications. Become a breakthrough leader to thrive in the new performance focused health system. By invitation only for executive leadership of health provider organizations that feature evidence-based quality diabetes process and outcomes and other qualified guests. For more information email Innovation@joslin.harvard.edu

to showcasing evidenced-based Diabetes programs around the nation via the Joslin Affiliates Pavilion, new ideas and innovations via the Diabetes IDEA’s Pavilion, awardwinning programs via the Impact Pavilion, a Mobile Health Pavilion and more! Check www.diabetesinnovation.org for updates or email Beth.George@joslin.harvard.edu to join us as an exhibitor or sponsor!

BE CREATIVE. Diabetes Innovation 2013 would not be possible without the generous support of all of our sponsors and supporters. Innovation Leader:

Networking Events Ample opportunity for networking, a crucial aspect of Diabetes Innovation 2013, will be offered via breakfasts, special meetings and organized activities for stakeholders to find common ground to collaborate. Please let us know if you have any special requests regarding introductions within Joslin or among the delegates, faculty and advisor panel by emailing Innovation@joslin.harvard.edu

Keep checking www.diabetesinnovation.org for more activities and events!

Innovator Advocate

Innovator

Supporting organizations and partners (as of 5/15/2013): Official Publishing Partner

BE INVOLVED. Exhibit or Sponsor Diabetes Innovation 2013 will showcase organizations, products and services dedicated to cost-effective solutions for the prevention and management of diabetes and its comorbidities related conditions and complications. Don’t miss an opportunity to be counted among other innovation catalysts, in a venue where you will find partners and collaborators eager to work towards a common goal. The exhibit hall is focused on a select number of high-level solutions, providers and advocacy groups. Limited to 50 10x8 booths and 12 tabletop exhibits. Booths are available first come, first served!

MBGH Midwest Business Group on Health

Exhibit Hall and Pavilions Diabetes Innovation 2013 will showcase organizations, products and services dedicated to moving the needle towards cost-effective solutions for the prevention and management of diabetes and its comorbidities and complications. The exhibit hall will serve as host to many breaks and functions and will feature Pavilions dedicated

To apply for an exhibit or to sponsor, please contact: Brian Clerkin at 732-933-8443 or email Brian.Clerkin@joslin.harvard.edu

Powerful Connections, Vital Solutions

Exhibitors:

Beth George at 415-945-9044 or email Beth.George@joslin.harvard.edu

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ADVISORS

BE HEALTHY.

Advisory Board John L. Brooks III

President and Chief Executive Officer Joslin Diabetes Center

Julie A. Brown

Executive Director, Diabetes Innovation Director, Professional Education Joslin Diabetes Center

U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette (CO-1)

Joslin Diabetes Center National Affiliates Dorothy Gohdes, MD

(Former) Director of the HIS Diabetes Program Consultant, Montana Cardiovascular Health Program Ret. Captain USPHS

Manny Hernandez

President Diabetes Hands Foundation

James (Larry) Holly MD

Chief Deputy Whip, Ranking Member of the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations Co-Chair of the Congressional Diabetes Caucus

Chief Executive Officer, Southeast Texas Medical Associates (SETMA), LLP Adjunct Professor, Department of Family and Community Health, School of Medicine, The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio

Susan Dentzer

Katina Rojas Joy

Senior Policy Advisor, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Deputy Director/Office of Business Liaison, Office of the Secretary, U.S. Department of Commerce

Angela Moskow

Vice President, Chronic Disease Prevention & Wellness Sanofi US

Joslin Diabetes Center is proud to work day to day with the following innovative organizations nationwide for better results for people with or at risk for diabetes. Allegheny Valley Hospital, New Kensington, PA

Jeremy Nobel, MD, MPH

AtlantiCare, Egg Harbor Township, NJ

Faculty Member Harvard School of Public Health Director Northeast Business Group on Health

Brookwood Medical Center, Birmingham, AL

Daphne Psacharopoulos

Desert Regional Medical Center, Palm Springs, CA

Vice President PatientsLikeMe

Chaleur Regional Hospital, Bathurst, NB Canada Deborah Heart and Lung Center, Browns Mills, NJ Doctors Community Hospital, Lanham, MD Doctors Hospital at Renaissance, Edinburg, TX Floyd Memorial Hospital and Health Services, New Albany, IN

Robert E. Ratner, MD

Chief Scientific & Medical Officer, American Diabetes Association

Hallmark Health System—Lawrence Memorial Hospital, Medford, MA Hallmark Health—Melrose-Wakefield Hospital, Melrose, MA Hospital of Central Connecticut, New Britain, CT Lawrence and Memorial Hospital, New London, CT

Patricia Doykos, PhD

Director Bristol Myers Squibb Foundation

Mohit Kaushal, MD Partner Aberdare Ventures

Amy Tenderich

Founder and Chief Executive Officer Diabetes Mine

Mercy Medical Center, Cedar Rapids, IA OSF Holy Family Medical Center (Monmouth), Monmouth, IL

“Attending the conference reinforced the need to get patients to commit on the spot to making healthy changes. We are trying to get patients to move from contemplation to action more quickly in fewer visits.” Mary Ellen Wolf, RN, CDE GW Medical Faculty Associates

OSF Saint Anthony Medical Center (Rockford), Rockford, IL OSF Saint James-John W. Albrecht Medical Center (Pontiac), Pontiac, IL

Judith Fradkin, MD

Joseph Kvedar, MD

Director, Division of Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolic Diseases National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK), NIH

Director, Center for Connected Health Partners HealthCare

James R. Gavin III, MD, PhD

Chief Government Affairs Officer Novo Nordisk, Inc.

Chairman, Board of Directors Partnership for a Healthier America Clinical Professor of Medicine Emory University School of Medicine and Indiana University School of Medicine Chief Executive Officer and Chief Medical Officer Healing Our Village, Inc.

Michael L. Mawby

Deneen Vojta, MD

Senior Vice President, Business Initiatives and Clinical Affairs UnitedHealth Group Chief Clinical Officer Diabetes Prevention and Control Alliance

Walter Willett, MD, MPH

Fredrick John Stare Professor of Epidemiology and Nutrition Chair, Department of Nutrition Department of Epidemiology Harvard School of Public Health, Harvard University

Wil Yu

Advisor to the Civic Innovation Office City of San Francisco

OSF St. Joseph Medical Center (Bloomington), Bloomington, IL OSF St. Mary Medical Center (Galesburg), Galesburg, IL OSF Saint Francis Medical Center (Peoria), Peoria, IL Providence Hospital, Washington DC Southeast Texas Medical Associates, Beaumont, TX Southern New Hampshire Medical Center, Nashua, NH Southview Medical Center, Dayton, OH St. John Providence Health System, Southfield, MI St. Joseph Medical Center, Houston, TX St. Mary’s Medical Center (IN), Evansville, IN St. Mary’s Medical Center (WV), Huntington, WV Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA Upstate University (SUNY Upstate Medical University), Syracuse, NY Wake Forest Baptist Health, Winston Salem, NC Western Pennsylvania Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA Western Pennsylvania Hospital Forbes Regional Hospital, Monroeville, PA

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“If you want to learn what is known about diabetes and to know what the future of diabetes care will be, you need to know Joslin.” James L. Holly, MD Chief Executive Officer Southeast Texas Medical Associates, LLC

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REGISTRATION Fees

October 3–5, 2013 • Omni Shoreham Hotel • Washington D.C.

REGISTRATION FORM

Registration fee includes full attendance to main sessions, syllabus, continental breakfasts, lunch and breaks.

The deadline to register at lowest rate is July 21, 2013.

You can also register online at www.diabetesinnovation.org

Registration accepted on a space available basis until Oct 4, 2013.

Please print legibly or type to ensure accurate registration. One registrant per form, please—you may photocopy the form for others.

Special Code If you have been given a registration code as a supporter or sponsor, please enter it during the registration process online and your fee will automatically be adjusted or enter it on the registration page as indicated and subtract your discount from the fee.

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Special Accommodations In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Joslin Diabetes Center will make every reasonable effort to accommodate your needs during your attendance at this program. For any special requests, please contact Joslin Professional Education via email to Innovation@joslin.harvard.edu or call 1-888-567-5460 at least one week prior to the program date.

Registration & Cancellation Policy Registrations are accepted online until 11:59 pm ET October 1, 2013. To register after this date you must do so on-site. In case of cancellation, a full credit will be applied for use at a future Joslin Diabetes Center Conference or Diabetes Innovation 2014 and beyond. Written notification of your cancellation is required to process your credit.

Volunteer and Scholarship Opportunities Opportunities to volunteer and for scholarships may be available. Please e-mail Innovation@joslin.harvard.edu to find out more.

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Hotel Omni Shoreham Hotel 2500 Calvert Street, NW (at Connecticut Avenue) Washington, D.C. 20008 Tel: (202) 234-0700 www.omnihotels.com To secure accommodations and receive the negotiated special guest rate at the official conference hotel, please reserve by 5:00 PM EDT, Friday, September 13, 2013. To make your reservations, you can book online using the following hotel website link: www.omnihotels.com Or, if you prefer, you can also contact OMNI Reservations at 1-800-THE-OMNI (1-800-843-6664) or the hotel directly at 202-234-0700. Please identify yourself as attending the Joslin Diabetes Center— Diabetes Innovation 2013 meeting.

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Special Code If you have been given a registration code as a supporter or sponsor, please enter it here ______________________________, and subtract the appropriate amount from the fee. Please indicate below by name of organization the supporter or sponsor who supplied you with the code: __________________________________________________________

PLEASE CHECK YOUR CHOICE IN THE TABLE ABOVE. AMOUNT DUE: $ ________________________________

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Please fax this form without a cover sheet to 1(617) 309-5925 Or mail with check enclosed to: Joslin Diabetes Center, Attn.: Teresa Bernardo, One Joslin Place, Boston MA 02215

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“Amazing collection of innovative leaders and ideas— a must attend event if you care about diabetes.” Marie Holdridge, MS, RN

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