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December 8th

9:00Welcoming Remarks

Mary A. Pittman, DrPH, CEO & President, Public Health Institute
Thomas F. Zenty III, CEO, University Hospitals Health System
9:30Keynote Address: Moral Determinants of Health

Donald M. Berwick, MD, MPP, President Emeritus and Senior Fellow, Institute for Healthcare Improvement
10:00Plenary Session- All Hands-on Deck!
How healthcare, public health and criminal justice can work together to combat the crisis and how COVID has changed the game.

Moderator: Carmen Nevarez, MD, MPH, Sr. Vice President, External Relations & Preventive Medicine, Public Health Institute; Director, National Overdose Prevention Network; Director, Center for Health Leadership and Practice; Director, Dialogue4Health

HealthcareAlisa Takeda, DO, MPH, Associate Site Director, Asian Health Services

Public health: Gary Cox, JD, Associate Dean for Public Health Practice and Community Partnerships and Professor, Department of Health Administration and Policy, University of Oklahoma; former Commissioner of the Oklahoma State Department of Health

Criminal JusticeCindy Cipriani, JD, Sr. Management Counsel, Assistant U.S. Attorney, Office of the U.S. Attorney, Southern District of California
10:50Concurrent Sessions
11:50TED-style Talks
Best practices for Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) Utilization and Access

Andrew Herring, MD, Medical Director, Substance Use Disorder Treatment Program, Highland Hospital-Alameda Health System; Principal Investigator, California BRIDGE Program

Listening Up and Leaning In: The University Hospitals’ Maternal Opioid Medical Support (MOMS) Experience in Perinatal Addiction
Lulu Zhao, MD, Attending OB/GYN Physician, University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center; Assistant Professor, CWRU School of Medicine
12:40Plenary Session – The Northeast Ohio Hospital Opioid Consortium
Cleveland’s response and multi-sector approach to solutions.

ModeratorRandy Jernejcic, MD, MMM, Vice President of Ambulatory Quality and Clinical Transformation, University Hospitals      
  
David Streem, MD, FASAM, Chief of Psychiatry, Lutheran Hospital, Cleveland Clinic 
    
Ted Parran, MD, FACP, FASAM, Medical Director, St. Vincent Charity Medical Center

Kevin Smith, PhD, Chief of the Veterans Addiction Recovery Center, VA Northeast Ohio Healthcare System

Jeanne Lackamp MD, DFAPA, FACLP, Director, Pain Management Institute, University Hospitals     

Tom Collins, MD, FACEP, FAEMS, President, Academy of Medicine of Cleveland and Northern Ohio

Joan Papp, MD, FACEP, Medical Director, Office of Opioid Safety, MetroHealth System

Slides
Handout – Overview
Handout – Strategic Plan
1:30Concurrent Sessions
2:30Plenary Session – Huntington, West Virginia, A City of Solutions
How one of the hardest hit communities in the U.S. organized to fight addiction.

Moderator: Cathy Slemp MD, MPH, former West Virginia State Health Commissioner

Public Safety: Connie Priddy MA, RN, MCCN, Director of Quality Compliance, Cabell County EMS

Public Health: Michael Kilkenny, MD, MS, Physician DirectorCabell-Huntington Health Department

Public Health: Robert Hansen, MS, Director (ret.), Office of Drug Control Policy, West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources

Health Care: Zachary Hansen, MD, Medical Director of the Division of Addiction Sciences, Department of Family and Community Health, Marshall University School of Medicine, West Virginia
3:00Closing Keynote Address: From Rescue to Recovery: Addressing Today’s Overdose Epidemic

Regina LaBelle, JD, Distinguished Scholar and Program Director of the Addiction and Public Policy Initiative, O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law, Georgetown School of Law

December 9th

9:00Welcoming Remarks

Carmen Nevarez, MD, MPH, Sr. Vice President, Public Health Institute

Daniel I. SimonMD, Chief Clinical & Scientific Officer, University Hospitals Health System; and President, UH Cleveland Medical Center
9:05Keynote Address:  Leveraging ‘Systemness’ for Innovation

Cliff A. Megerian, MD, FACS, President, University Hospitals Health System
9:30Plenary Session: State Attorneys General

Moderator:  Ryan Greenstein, Legislative Director, National Association of Attorneys General 

Kathy Jennings, JD, State of Delaware Attorney General

Dave Yost, JD, State of Ohio Attorney General
10:00Plenary Session: Engaging with Justice to Prevent Overdose and Death; Alternatives to Incarceration in the Federal Court System
How diversion court programs operate, their key components, and their success.


Moderator: Kevin T. Wolff, PhD, Associate Professor & Doctoral Faculty Member, Department of Criminal Justice, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York

The Honorable Haywood S. Gilliam, Jr., U.S. District Judge for the Northern District of California 

Christine Dozier, MPA, PhD(c), Chief, U.S. Pretrial Services Agency (ret), District of New Jersey; Board, National Association of Pretrial Services Agencies

The Honorable John Gleeson, Partner, Debevoise & Plimpton; U.S. District Judge for the Eastern District of New York (ret.)
10:50Film rooms open and rotating video presentations
10:50Concurrent Sessions
12:00Break
11:50TED-style Talks
Substance Use Disorder response in jails and prisons across the U.S.

Donna Strugar-Fritsch, BSN, MPA, CCHP, Principal, Health Management Associates

Accelerating Health Philanthropy to Address the Opioid Crisis

Karen Scott, MD, MPH, President, Foundation for Opioid Response Efforts, and 

Ken Shatzkes, PhD, Senior Program Officer, Foundation for Opioid Response Efforts
12:40Plenary Session: Why Technology Matters
How technology can help to understand the evolution of opioid outbreaks and patterns of opioid use, along with the systemic and ethical considerations related to using these technologies.

Moderator: Sonia Angell, MD, MPH, Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine, Columbia University; Former Director & State Public Health Officer, California Department of Public Health

Ben Zaniello, MD, MPH, Chief Medical Officer, Collective Medical Technologies

Shannon Biello, MPH, Director, National Treatment Quality Initiatives, Shatterproof
Ben Zaniello – Slide Deck
Shannon Biello – Slide Deck
1:30Film rooms open and rotating video presentations
1:30Concurrent Sessions
2:30Plenary Session: Setting standards for Community-Based Response to Drug Overdoses (CReDO)
A panel discussion of setting standards for community based, community-centered, and community-engaged response to substance use disorder, COVID-19 & contact tracing.

Moderator: Roneet Lev, MD, FACEP, Emergency Room Physician, Scripps Mercy Hospital; former Chief Medical Officer of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy

Duane Caneva, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Department of Homeland Security

Grant Baldwin, PhD, MPH, Director, Division of Overdose Prevention, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Slide Deck
3:15National Opioid Leadership Summit, Closing Keynote
The importance of activating broad community engagement in order to impact substance use disorder.

H. Westley Clark, MD, JD, MPH, Dean’s Executive Professor of Public Health, Santa Clara University; Board of Directors, Foundation for Opioid Response Efforts

Please note: All times above are Pacific Standard Time