CMS has published extensive long-term and short-term changes to Medicare plans for 2017 and beyond, including a new payment model, a stronger audit and enforcement strategy, and a greater emphasis on integrated care coordinated by health plans and healthcare providers. With the inauguration of a new president and the enactment of sweeping MACRA changes, 2017 will inevitably disrupt the healthcare landscape. The Medicare Conference 2017 convenes healthcare systems and insurers to exchange best practices for stabilizing costs, integrating care and encouraging patients to proactively manage their own health, all while adjusting to CMS’ new regulations, payment models and stricter audits.
To optimize your learning and networking time, this year you can choose sessions from our all new tracks: The Inauguration of MACRA, Breakthroughs in Managing Dual Eligibles, The Evolving Relationship Between Payers and Providers, and The Synergy of Star Ratings and Risk Adjustment.
The mission of the Medicare Conference 2017 is to provide a meaningful exchange between healthcare systems and insurers to develop coordinated value-based care, lower costs and improve health outcomes.
Health Plans - Early Bird Pricing - Expires 1/13: USD1395
Health Plans - Standard Pricing - After 1/13: USD1695
Solution Providers - Early Bird Pricing - Expires 1/13: USD1795
Solution Providers - Standard Pricing - After 1/13: USD2095
Gov/Hospitals/Nonprofits - Early Bird Pricing - Expires 1/13: USD795
Gov/Hospitals/Nonprofits - Standard Pricing - After 1/13: USD895
Speakers: Marc Garnier, Steph Young, Eric Katz, Susan Polan, Osato Chitou, Dana Falk, Steve Parker, Marie Wells, Melissa Smith, Scott Sarran, Joyce Chan, Bill Jensen, Larry Baca, John Randle, Jerry Halverson, David Ellenbogen, David Larsen, John O'Shea, Leonard Kirschner, Christopher Moriates, Mike Yasi, Holly Martin, Teresa Wagner, Rosha Hamilton, Aetna, Allegheny Health Network, American Center for Patient Decisionmaking, American Public Health Association, Amida Care, Anthem, AseraCare, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Arizona, Gorman Health Group, Health Care Service Corporation, HealthFirst Corporation, iCare, Inter Valley Health Plan Inc., North Texas Specialty Physicians, Rogers Memorial Hospital Inc., Scott and White Healthplan, Select Health, The Heritage Foundation, The National Advisory Board on Improving Health Care, The University of Texas at Austin, United Healthcare, UnitedHealth Group, UNT Health Science Center, Wheaton Fanciscan Healthcare
Time: 8:00 am to 5:00 am
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