Making health care better, more affordable, and more sustainable begins at the top. Engage with peers at the 2017 Health Care CEO Forum and:
Specifically designed to complement AHIP’s Institute & Expo, the half-day Health Care CEO Forum primes you to explore the realm of the possible with insight into key issues and trends, as well as big-picture thinking that can help your teams across the board. Geared for health plan CEOs and their senior leadership teams, the Health Care CEO Forum is more than a “sit-and-listen” meeting. You’ll engage in intense conversations about the future of health care. You’ll network with peers from across the nation. You’ll address common challenges and discuss the realm of the possible. Register for the Health Care CEO Forum today.*
Sessions at AHIP’s Institute & Expo — held immediately following the Health Care CEO Forum on June 7-9 — answer today’s questions, plus provide direction for tomorrow. Learn from some of the brightest minds in health care and other industries:
Check out the lineup of speakers, and include Institute & Expo with your Health Care CEO Forum registration today.
AHIP’s Health Care CEO Forum is sponsored by FirstCare Health Plans and held in partnership with the Texas Association of Health Plans and the Texas Association of Life & Health Insurers.
*Participation in this program is strictly limited to a select group of health care industry leaders, including AHIP member health plan CEOs and their senior leadership teams, Texas Association of Health Plans member organization CEOs and their senior leadership teams, and Texas Association of Life & Health Insurers member organization CEOs and their senior leadership teams.
Focus on innovations and successes in delivery system reform.
Gain insights into where we are in regards to “reforming Reform.”
Discuss big-picture thinking and state-level trends in Medicaid.
*Participation in this program is strictly limited to a select group of health care industry leaders
While there is considerable uncertainty about the next steps in the health reform
debates, this session will explore potential targeted health care legislative
changes, along with administrative and regulatory steps Congress and the
Administration might take to address challenges in the individual market and
throughout the broader health care system. The speaker will provide a
strategic assessment of the anticipated short-and long-term impact and what the
changes and timing might mean for 2017-2018 benefits strategy. Implications
for coverage, the insurance market, and the Medicaid program will also be
Transitioning from volume-based to value-based payment and care delivery
models in health care has been one of the most important industry-wide efforts
over the past few years, but the pace of adoption has been slow. While there
has been focus on value in physician compensation, physicians are often
reluctant to bear full financial risk for care delivery. At the same time, however,
many physicians conceptually endorse some of the principles behind value-
based care, such as quality, resource utilization measurement, and greater
physician autonomy. Given the increasing efforts to transition to value-based
payment models, this session will explore how health care organizations can
stimulate wider adoption rates among physicians.
This session will explore potential innovations in the Medicaid program that states and the new Administration may be considering, and the implications for Medicaid managed care. Medicaid health plans and state Medicaid leaders will highlight the potential implications of a variety of waiver design elements that states may submit and CMS may approve with expanded flexibility, along with potential changes in the federal regulatory landscape. They will also discuss lessons learned from recent efforts to improve community access to services, reduce unnecessary hospitalizations, improve the quality of members’ lives, and encourage more cost-effective care.
The Austin Convention Center is located in the heart of downtown Austin. It’s easy to get to, super affordable, great food and entertainment, and considered one of the country’s coolest cities. Throughout the program, we’ll weave in the flavor of Austin, including food, entertainment, and more.
Reservation deadline is Wednesday, May 10, 2017 or when the room block has sold out.
AHIP has arranged special room rates at various downtown hotels within walking distance to the Austin Convention Center. You’ll find a range of hotels allowing you to choose the one that best fits your needs.
To receive the AHIP-negotiated rates you must register for either the AHIP Health Care CEO Forum or Institute & Expo 2017 first. Once your registration has been confirmed you should receive details to make your room reservation using the hotel’s online Passkey system. Reservation deadline is Wednesday, May 10, 2017 or when the room block is sold out (whichever comes first).
Other Important Hotel Information:
All room reservations must be accompanied with a two (2) night pre-payment of Room and Tax due at the time of Reservation, guaranteed with a major credit card. If the reservation is cancelled within 14-21 days prior to arrival, the individual will forfeit the two-night deposit. If reservation is cancelled within 13 days prior to arrival, the individual will be charged the entire length of stay. The guest card will be charged any time after May 10th for the first and last night’s stay by the hotel.
*IMPORTANT MESSAGE: POTENTIAL FRAUD ALERT*
Please be aware that housing poachers may contact members and exhibitors about booking hotel rooms for either the AHIP Health Care CEO Forum or Institute & Expo 2017.
AHIP is NOT working with any outside companies to provide housing details. Here is a list of companies to be vigilant of:
AHIP will communicate primarily through email regarding the AHIP Health Care CEO Forum or Institute & Expo 2017 hotel reservations, which should be made through a secure link provided by AHIP we will not request credit card numbers or housing reservations over the phone. We are currently using the Austin CVB Housing Bureau room reservation portal for hotel reservations. AHIP has not endorsed any private companies other than Austin CVB Housing Bureau to act on our behalf. AHIP is not responsible for any hotel reservations made through any provider other than through AHIP’s secure link which will be provided in the registration confirmation.
If you have made hotel reservations and provided a credit card number to any company, please call your credit card company immediately and request that they investigate the charge.
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It’s easy to get to, super affordable, great food and entertainment, and considered one of the country’s coolest cities. Make plans now to head to AHIP Health Care CEO Forum or Institute in Austin this June.
Throughout the program, we’ll weave in the flavor of Austin, including food, entertainment, and more.
With the conference ending on Friday afternoon, what a great opportunity to spend the weekend exploring Austin.