Take a few days away from the office this June and immerse yourself in creative thinking and idea sharing with health care professions from around the country.
Choose to dive deeply into a single topic area or two or enjoy a wider range of topics covered in eight educational tracks.
Institute & Expo opens with Lunch & Learn educational sessions, starting at 11:00 am on Wednesday, June 20. Be sure to book your travel to arrive in time to attend one of these powerful sessions, followed by dessert in the Exhibit Hall and our opening General Session.
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Explore alternative payment models (APMs), outcome-based specialty drug contracting, value-based insurance design (VBID), and other tactics that support the move from volume- to value-based care. You’ll explore aligning multiple stakeholder incentives, challenges implementing various models, and whether current benchmarks will effectively drive quality.
Learn from successful disruptors and innovative partnerships, including the Amazon/Berkshire/JPMorgan partnership. This track equips you with bold solutions to strengthen your business and consumer strategies, evolve and diversify your product line, and make your brand stand out.
Learn strategies to address the medical, social, and behavioral needs of high-need, high-cost patients. Sessions will address social determinants of health, the opioid crisis, and barriers to a healthier society. Gain insights into how tech, tools, and treatments can help reduce the burden of chronic disease, improve care, and increase well-being.
What leadership challenges and opportunities lie ahead? How can your organization flourish? This track focuses on health care reform’s political, economic, and strategic impacts. Discussion topics include single-payer health care, market stabilization, and challenges affecting participation in Medicare, Medicaid, and the individual/small group markets.
This track explores strategies to make health care simpler, deliver greater value and create better customer experiences. Sessions focus on behavior data, tools to give your members better control over their coverage, learnings from other industries, and more. When you leave, you’ll understand what’s working, what’s not, and why.
Using technology and other tools to improve clinical care, reduce costs, and increase efficiencies seems so simple. Yet, there are challenges. Sessions in this track will focus on how to introduce and implement advanced tools, making “high-tech” and “high-touch” a reality, tactics to drive customer loyalty through higher engagement, and the innovations you should be watching.
Discover the best data practices to optimize utilization, reduce administrative costs, support better outcomes, and enhance the patient experience. Learn how leaders are combining clinical, financial, and outcomes data to help prevent re-admissions and lower costs, how AI is transforming health care, and how to address disparate data sources.
This track focuses on value-based approaches to drive positive, lasting change. Learn how to create a top-down culture of well-being, how digital tools, telehealth, and incentives affect health insurance providers, effective ways to encourage your members to become more wellness-focused, and how to leverage next-generation population health programs.
*Doors for General Session will open at 3:45 pm and close by 4:15 pm. All conference attendees must be in their seats at this time. No large bags, backpacks, briefcases, suitcases, coats, etc., will be permitted into the General Session. This General Session is closed press with no personal photography or recording permitted.
The San Diego Convention Center is located on a beautiful waterfront setting with an international reputation for five-star service. Set at the edge of the sea, San Diego’s thriving downtown scene is home to sophisticated art, dining and nightlife, surrounded by natural coastal beauty. Everything you need is a short stroll away with hotels, restaurants, shopping and entertainment all close by. The Gaslamp Quarter is also conveniently located across the street from the San Diego Convention Center, offering an array of food options, theater and historic architecture.
With the conference ending mid-day on Friday, what a great opportunity to spend the weekend exploring San Diego. Here are just some ideas of activities to do in the area:
Reservation deadline is Wednesday, May 16, 2018 or when the room block has sold out.
AHIP has arranged special room rates at various downtown hotels within walking distance to the San Diego 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 the Institute & Expo 2018 before making your hotel reservation. Once your registration has been confirmed you will receive an email with details to make your room reservation using the online Passkey system. Reservation deadline is Wednesday, May 16, 2018 or when the room block is sold out (whichever comes first).
Other Important Hotel Information:
DEPOSITS AND CANCELLATIONS
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 Friday, May 25, 2018 for the first and last night’s stay by the hotel.
*IMPORTANT MESSAGE: POTENTIAL FRAUD ALERT*
Please be aware that 3rd party housing companies may contact AHIP members and exhibitors to solicit sleeping rooms for Institute & Expo 2018. AHIP is NOT working with any outside companies to provide housing details.
AHIP will communicate primarily through email regarding Institute & Expo 2018 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 KEY BOOKINGS as the official Housing Bureau for all room reservations. AHIP has not endorsed any private companies other than KEY BOOKINGS 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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