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AHIP Institute & Expo 2017

June 7th 2017

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June 7 - 9, 2017
Austin Convention Center
Austin, TX

During Uncertain Times in Health Care, There Are Even More Reasons to Attend Institute & Expo.

Focused on thinking differently and re-imagining health care, Institute & Expo delivers solid answers, ideas and inspiration. You’ll head back to the office with more clarity on priorities to drive your organization’s long-term success.

National Council for Behavioral Health 2017 NatCon Conference

April 3rd 2017

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April 3 - 5, 2017
Washington State Convention Center
Seattle, WA

The Intersection of Innovation and Action

NatCon is an annual opportunity to come together to learn, to meet old friends and make new ones and to generate ideas and opportunities. 2017 brings a new set of challenges. We will have a new President and a new Congress with different ways of thinking and behaving. Things are unsettled. There’s concern about protecting the gains of the last eight years while continuing to make progress. That’s precisely why you cant miss NatCon17. NatCon is all about finding paths forward. No matter who is in the White House or in charge on the Hill, we will always put our mission first. Available, effective services is still our true north.

Seventeenth Population Health Colloquium

March 27th 2017

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March 27 - 29, 2017
Loews Philadelphia Hotel
Philadelphia, PA

In todays uncertain and volatile climate, the practice of population health has taken on even more importance. As health care leaders, we understand the impact of social determinants on our nations health. The fact that zip code is a better predictor of health than a persons genetic code is a clear indicator of the need to create healthier communities. By working to connect the disparate segments of our fragmented health system we can make progress toward controlling the cost of care, improving quality and ultimately achieve better health outcomes.

Population health has been a key component of the ACA, as a means of addressing these challenging issues. With the legislative shifts promised by the new President and Congress, it will be important to maintain the focus on practicing population-based care, as it is critical to establishing better health outcomes, improving access to care, and managing costs.

The push toward providing healthcare consumers with on-demand, seamlessly coordinated high-quality care is paving the way for a disruptive, exciting and eventful time in the industry. The Seventeenth National Population Health Colloquium has assembled a stellar lineup, including some of the foremost and visionary thought leaders, to help us navigate through this revolutionary transition.

This 3-day conference will bring together healthcare providers, payers, the pharmaceutical industry, leading technology and solutions companies, academia and government to share best practices, case studies, expert insights and industry trends.