AHIP’s National Health Policy Conference delves into the most critical health care issues and the policies that will advance a vibrant, private-public system that thrives on choice, product flexibility, and innovation.
The conference will bring together the high caliber speakers you want to meet. Experts whose visionary ideas and timely insights will provide greater clarity about the challenges you face. You’ll learn what’s working right now, and what’s on the horizon, then take home solid solutions and new directions for the months ahead.
AHIP’s National Conference on the Individual and Small-Group Markets (March 14-15) immediately follows #AHIPPolicy. Participate in both and save.
This session will explore the relationship between effectively addressing patients’ health-related social needs and achieving quality improvement goals. The speakers will examine what health plans are doing to address social determinants of health through new types of supplemental benefits. You will learn how to recognize patterns in health management data that signal unmet social needs and drive costs. Join us to hear best practices and lessons learned by your peers.
Virtual care is at an inflection point largely due to federal and state policy changes in recent years. Virtual care has great promise to improve access and health outcomes for consumers across their lifespan, but there have been policy barriers. Join us to learn how policy changes can lead to additional growth in telehealth and its potential to improve access, reduce use of higher cost care, and enhance efficiencies and quality.
Enrollment in Medicare Advantage (MA) is projected to reach 22.6 million beneficiaries in 2019 (36.7% of Medicare) and rise to 42% of Medicare by 2028. Alongside this growth has come a greater need to better understand opportunities for MA plans to improve outcomes and lower costs for persons with complex needs, including high utilizers of health services and individuals with multiple chronic conditions, behavioral health issues and unmet social needs. In this session, industry experts will present the results of a study that examined which patient characteristics are most highly associated with high-cost, high-need Medicare beneficiaries and implications for evaluating plan performance. Attendees will also gain insight into how new federal policies and private initiatives are changing the health care landscape for MA plans.
The AHIP group rate is $329.00 Single or Double, $349.00 Triple or $369.00 Quad plus 14.5% sales tax. The group rate is available until Friday, February 15, 2019, or when the room block has sold out (whichever comes first). This cut-off is a guideline and not a guarantee of availability.
Rooms at this rate are being held for arrival on Sunday, March 10, 2019 and departure on Friday, March 15, 2019. Space is limited. Reservations are made on a first-come, first-served basis and the contracted rate is available to AHIP conference attendees only.
Attendees click here to reserve your room online.
Sponsors & Exhibitors click here to reserve your room online.
Or call the Capital Hilton reservations number at 1.202.393-1000 and refer to the America’s Health Insurance Plans Conference. Space is limited.
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 cancelled within 21-14 days prior to arrival, the individual will forfeit the deposit of the first and last night’s stay. If reservation is cancelled with 13 days prior to arrival, the individual will be charged the entire length of stay.
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