See You at the Care Continuum Alliance Forum 2013


CCA Forum

Are you a health care provider, new ACO, PCMH, employer looking at wellness programs, population health management vendor, wellness company or other person who wants to learn more about Population Health Management and its many facets?  Then you need to attend the Care Continuum Alliance Forum in Scottsdale Arizona October 23 – 25.  You’ll hear from and meet some of the leading providers developing ACO’s like Walgreens and Banner Health/Aetna.  You’ll also hear about Big Data from OptumLabs and Mayo and mHealth from QualcommLife.

Employers can attend the Employers Training Institute where they’ll learn applicable ways to measure and evaluate their wellness programs. Employers attending the Employers Training Institute are also able to attend the entire conference at no additional charge.

Executives can attend the Executive Leadership Institute and hear from David Nash, MD the Dean of the Jefferson School of Population Health, or listen and participate in the Great Debate: Real ROIs and Standards Measures  where leading experts (Sean Sullivan, Tom Parry, Bob Stone and Al Lewis) will discuss Wellness programs and their results, or the Role of population Health Management in the post Exchange World.

There are also some great tracks including:

  • Novel Approaches to Seniors and Medicare
  • Improving the Health and Productivity of our Workforce
  • Advancing Accountable Care
  • Innovative Tools and Technologies to Advance and Evaluate Population Health

The Exhibit Hall includes major companies with services you need to know about.

So what are you waiting for? Come on out to Scottsdale at the end of October and join the Care Continuum Alliance.

Register now and I’ll see you there

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