At AHIP’s National Conference on the Individual and Small Group Markets, you’ll engage with those who are finding new, more effective ways to deliver greater value and better care within the markets you serve.
You’ll meet policymakers, thought leaders, government officials, health insurance provider executives, and other champions for better access to high quality and affordable care. Then take home actionable ideas and consumer-focused strategies that can make a difference for your organization.
During these targeted discussions, we’ll take on what matters most, including
Maximize your time away from the office. The National Health Policy Conference (March 18-19) takes place immediately before the National Conference on the Individual and Small Group Markets. Add this targeted conference to your plans and take advantage of discounted rates.
Association health plans (AHPs) have gained interest in recent years, as many small employers are considering new options for comprehensive health insurance. While some AHPs operate on decades of precedent (or have been in operation for decades), new regulations are mired in federal court. In this session, speakers will discuss fully insured small business AHPs and how employers are balancing uncertainty with new health insurance options.
Traditional, retrospective risk models rely on historical claims – a rear-view mirror that assumes future clinical needs are driven by historical diagnoses. With 30-40% of a health plan’s members not seeking appropriate levels of care in a given period, much of the nascent risk is hidden from view – blocked by upstream barriers that could prevent members from leading their healthiest lives. Join this session to learn how consumer behavior data can identify food insecurity, housing instability, loneliness, transportation needs, and other barriers that are preventing your members from being healthier. Applying these techniques will help health insurance providers improve population health, close gaps in care to promote quality outcomes, pinpoint prospective members, and craft care plans appropriate to the needs of the communities you serve.
The individual market has “stabilized” from a federal perspective, but many states are still exploring options for their individual markets to reduce costs and increase both carrier participation and enrollment. To date, 1332 waivers approved by CMS have exclusively used the reinsurance program to accomplish their policy objectives. In this session, speakers will explore several key questions related to reinsurance waivers themselves, options other than reinsurance and the pros and cons of each.
Consumers expect a frictionless experience, especially in health care. Yet, despite making significant investments on experience improvements, some health insurance providers aren’t investing in things that matter the most for member satisfaction and costly care use. Join this session to learn four data-driven ways to improve consumer experience while lowering costs.
Washington, DC 20024
All room reservations must be accompanied by a first and last night’s room deposit guaranteed with a major credit card. If a reservation is canceled within 21-14 days prior to arrival, the individual will forfeit the deposit of the first and last night’s stay. If the reservation is canceled with 13 days prior to arrival, the individual will be charged the entire length of stay.
Check-in 4:00 pm
Check-out 11:00 am
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The housing block at the Hilton National Mall is now sold out and closed. If you’re still in need of accommodations the hotels listed below are nearby that you can check for availability.
Mandarin Oriental Washington DC, 1330 Maryland Avenue SW, Washington, DC 20024
(202) 554-8588 https://www.mandarinoriental.com/
Holiday Inn Washington Capitol, 550 C Street, SW, Washington, DC 20024
(202) 479-4000 https://www.ihg.com/
Hyatt Place Washington DC-National Mall, 400 E Street, SW, Washington, DC 20024
(202) 803-6110 https://www.hyatt.com/
Residence Inn by Marriott Washington DC-Capital, 333 E Street, SW, Washington, DC 20024
(202) 484-8280 https://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/wascp-residence-inn-washington-dc-capitol/
Canopy by Hilton Washington DC-The Wharf, 975 7th Street, SW, Washington, DC 20024
(202) 488-2500 www.canopy3.hilton.com
InterContinental Washington DC-The Wharf, 801 Wharf Street, SW, Washington, DC 20024
(202) 800-0844 www.intercontinentalwharfdc.com
Hyatt House Washington DC The Wharf, 725 Wharf Street, SW, Washington, DC 20024
(202) 554-1234 https://www.hyatt.com
Washington, DC has three (3) major airports that you can fly into for traveling convenience:
The Hilton National Mall is in the building above the L’Enfant Metro Station. The hotel is easily accessible from L’Enfant Metro Station (Green, Yellow, Blue, Orange, and Silver Lines). Click here for more information about driving or metro directions.
TAKE WASHINGTON DC METRORAIL SYSTEM TO THE HOTEL
The hotel offers valet parking only (no self-parking) at $59.00 (excluding taxes, per day) which is covered, secured and offers in and out privileges. Hotel cannot accommodate vehicles above 6 feet in height or call hotel directly at 202.484.1000 on car size limits.