The trend toward accountable, coordinated care has taken hold in every sector and every region of the country. The number and variety of organizations adopting accountable care delivery models demonstrates the strong belief that this is a key component of the future of American healthcare, particularly as provisions of the Affordable Care Act continue to roll out during the next several years.
The Fifth National Accountable Care Congress, November 10-12 in Los Angeles, brings together leading policymakers, executives, experts, and those who have been working on the front line of ACO implementation and operations to provide unique, in-depth insights and hands-on experience on what has been done so far and what’s in the planning stage in every sector.
The three-day conference will be filled with compelling keynote presentations, including: an overview of the health care policy landscape; perspectives from health plans, hospitals, and physician organizations on the changing environment and roles in ACOs; case studies in employer-driven accountable care; and updates from CMS. There are two content-rich pre-conferences, nine mini summits and twelve concurrent sessions that offer participants a chance to learn more about ACO transactions and partnerships, system innovations, patient engagement and population health. We will hear from experts on ACO legal issues, quality measurement and HIT implementation, and from clinical leadership from the highest performing ACOs.
Please join us for this exciting conference as ACO models continue to dominate the U.S. healthcare marketplace.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
- Executives and Board Members of Health Plans, Health Systems, Hospitals and Physician Organizations
- Medical Directors
- Nurses, Nurse Practitioners and Other Allied Health Professionals
- Pharmacists and Pharmacy Benefit Managers
- Representatives of Purchasers, including Private Employers and Public Purchasers
- Consumer Organization Representatives
- Federal and State Government Officials
- Health Care Regulators and Policy Makers
- Health Benefit Consultants
- Health Services Researchers and Academics
- Health Care Attorneys and In-house Counsel
- Chief Financial Officers
- Chief Innovation Officers
- Directors of Accountable Care
- Directors of Quality Management and Improvement
- Directors of Government Programs
- Directors of Medicare Programs
- Directors of Medicaid Programs
- Directors of Network Contracting
- Directors of Provider Relations
- Directors of Finance and Reimbursement
- Pharmaceutical Executives
- Pharmaceutical Consultants
ABOUT THE CONGRESS PRODUCERS
CAPG (www.capg.org) is the leading trade association in the U.S. for risk-bearing physician organizations. CAPG serves as the voice of physician groups practicing capitated, patient-centered, coordinated care. Our mission is to assist accountable physician groups to improve the quality and value of healthcare provided to patients. We provide support, advocacy, educational, and networking opportunities to our members, comprising more than 180 multi-specialty medical groups and independent practice associations (IPAs) across 29 states and Puerto Rico. Each year, the CAPG Annual Healthcare Conference attracts more than 1,600 attendees, and our joint National Accountable Care Congress, cosponsored with the Integrated Health Association, has drawn approximately 700 participants. Together with our member groups and strategic partners, CAPG will continue driving the evolution and transformation of healthcare delivery throughout the nation.
The Integrated Healthcare Association (IHA) is a non-profit multi-stakeholder leadership group that promotes healthcare quality improvement, accountability and affordability in California. IHA administers regional and statewide performance measurement programs, serves as an incubator for pilot programs and demonstration projects, and actively convenes diverse healthcare stakeholders for cross-sector collaboration on a variety of critical healthcare issues. IHA principal projects include the California Value Based Pay for Performance Program (the largest private physician incentive program in the U.S.), the measurement and reward of efficiency in healthcare, administrative simplification, healthcare affordability, bundled episode of care payments, and accountable care organizations.