Join NYHPA and more than 200 health care professionals for a dynamic one-day event!
The Ever Evolving Health Care System: Maximizing Quality, Value and Affordability
November 17, 2016 ► 8am—3:30pm
Hilton Garden Inn, Troy, NY
Health plans continue to change significantly in order to adapt to ongoing changes in the health care marketplace. Recent catch phrases in health care include “value based,” “price transparency,” and “quality centric.” Defining these buzz words and understanding exactly what they mean—and what it all means in terms of our health care delivery system—is the focus of this year’s New York Health Plan Association Annual Conference.
We’ll take a look at some of the innovative ways health plans in New York and across the country are responding to the need to be accountable for quality, access and performance. We’ll examine trends that encourage consumers to choose lower cost, high quality providers and to promote competition based on the value of care. And we’ll discuss the challenges to achieving these objectives as well as the rewards they can provide.
Ian Morrison—Author, Consultant, Futurist
"The Future of the Healthcare Marketplace: Progress and Promises"
Ian Morrison is an internationally known author, consultant, and futurist specializing in long-term forecasting and planning with particular emphasis on health care and the changing business environment. Ian has written, lectured, and consulted on a wide variety of forecasting, strategy, and health care topics for government, industry, and a variety of nonprofit organizations in North America, Europe, and Asia. He has spoken to a range of audiences from the boards of Fortune 500 companies to the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences in Beijing. Ian has worked with more than 100 Fortune 500 companies in health care, manufacturing, information technology, and financial services. He is a frequent commentator on the future for television, radio, and the print media.
Ian will share his perspective on the future of the healthcare market place and what the 2016 elections mean for health care.
Rex Smith--Editor, The Albany Times Union
We expect the available registrations to fill up quickly, so register today!