Monday, May 25, 2015

Looking Forward to These Sponsored Sessions at AHIP Institute



The AHIP Institute in Nashville, TN on June 3rd through the 5th offers some interesting Sponsored Concurrent Breakfast Sessions. The following sessions look interesting to me – and not just because I think there may be breakfast food served!

Breakfast Sessions 

Thursday, June 4 -- 7:30 - 8:15 am

The Health Insurer of the Future: How Health Plans will Transform in the Next Five Years

A discussion on what the health plan of the future looks like, forecasting the challenges and opportunities that health plans will face. Explores the DNA of the health plan of the future, including core capabilities, consumer engagement initiatives, adoption of new business models and technology investments.

Ray Desrochers, Executive Vice President, HealthEdge

Friday, June 5 -- 7:30 - 8:15 am

Survival of the Fittest: Thriving in a Regulated Post-Reform Era

Insights and strategies to understand the key critical performance measures that will determine strategic planning for health plans.
Matt Nichols, Vice President of Data Innovation, Optum

Other Sponsored Concurrent Sessions

Thursday, June 4 -- 1:00 pm – 1:45 pm

Emerging Issue for 2016: The Impact of the Quality Rating System on Qualified Health Plans

Insight into the reporting requirements for the 2016 Quality Rating System (QRS) implementation and the impact it will have on current QHPs. Covers the mid-cycle considerations and lessons learned from the QRS beta test to date.
Reid Kiser, General Manager, HEDIS Advantage, Inovalon
Michelle Johnson, Director, Government Relations & Policy, URAC

...Or the following session at the same 1:00pm time.


It Takes a Platform: How to Optimize Health & Incentives

Learn about the critical components of an enterprise-level consumer platform and how they can help their members achieve the highest health status at the lowest cost.

Jeffrey H. Margolis, Chariman and CEO, Welltok, Inc

Thursday, June 4 -- 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm

Fueled by Healthcare IT Start-Up Funding, Digital Disruption is Knocking

Examines traditional healthcare organizations and industry stakeholders that are taking interest in this shifting marketplace and trying to assess whether this funding momentum will continue, to what extent and to what market segments.

Alan Nalle, Senior Manager, Accenture Health Strategy

Thursday, June 4 -- 3:35 pm – 4:20 pm

Know The Score: Better Engagement For Better Health

Gain insight on how software and member engagement scores drive a proactive member experience – leading to improved member outcomes and lower costs.

Joel Radford, SVP, Software Solutions, Silverlink Communications
Stan Nowak, CEO & Co-Founder, Silverlink Communications
David Veroff, SVP, Analytics, Silverlink Communications

Friday, June 5 -- 9:55 am – 10:40 am

Beyond Private Exchanges: What Companies and Individuals Really Want from their Benefits Programs

Gain a better understanding of how health plans fit into the private exchange landscape from consumer considerations like brand, decision support, and multiple benefit options, to administrative needs like data integration and integrity, member maintenance and billing consolidation.

Shandon Fowler, Director of Product Strategy, Benefitfocus

See you at the AHIP Institute

If you have anything you'd like to share related to the AHIP Institute: your goals for attending, what you are looking forward to, information on your product or services, things to do in Nashville, etc - please reach out to me and perhaps I can help share your perspective, ideas and information with others?

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