AHIP’s National Health Policy Conference brings together the experts, ideas, and tactics that can help your organization plan for the road ahead. We’ll discuss where we are, what’s next, and what to plan for. You’ll experience top-level dialogue, encounter innovative solutions, and gain the clarity that leads to success.
Impressive speakers. Timely insights.
The conference features an impressive array of speakers, including Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein, U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ). He’ll discuss the ongoing effort to tackle the nation’s opioid crisis. See all the speakers and discussions here.
Together, we’ll explore such topics as:
Two conferences. One Location. Countless Insights.
The National Conference on the Individual and Small-Group Markets (March 8-9) immediately follows #AHIPPolicy. Participate in both and save.
This session will provide an overview of the emerging trends in connected health: predictive analytics, remote monitoring technology, AI, health apps, wearables and digital health with human coaching. But what is trending is not, at the end of the day, always what is meaningful. The speaker will examine how to measure the significance of today’s trends to identify what will have the greatest long-term impact on health care.
Join us to discuss a 360 degree approach to streamlining internal operations, integrating customer experiences (across all communication channels), and aligning product development and deployment across market segments. We will explore a strategy for business process change management and consolidation and provide a technical guide for building the tools to support the new organization.
This session will highlight recent comparative research and how findings on clinical and patient-centered outcomes can support efforts to enhance value in health care. The speaker will also explore how the broad uptake of these findings on health and economics may inform decisions made by health plans.
A panel of health plan leaders will discuss what’s next for health care, the role of plans in modernizing the health care delivery system, and how their organizations are demonstrating their value to consumers/ positioning themselves for the future.
A panel of experts will explore policy challenges around the opioid epidemic, what initiatives are working, and where more resources are most needed.
A panel of prominent public opinion experts will discuss how public opinion of health care reform will affect mid-term elections.
As health care costs continue to rise, the employers who provide coverage to nearly 180 million Americans are working to innovate and drive down costs while increasing productivity and employee wellness. A panel of experts will address how upcoming rules from the Administration and proposals in Congress affecting HRAs, HSAs, Association Health Plans, mental health parity, and taxation of employee benefits will impact decisions from employers offering benefits in 2018 and beyond.
This panel will highlight state perspectives on trends for moving new populations into Medicaid managed care, and shaping and refining state programs through the waiver process.
How are patients getting the information they need to make decisions about their health care? This session will explore how patients interact with their health care system, and how health care stakeholders can remove obstacles that prevent people from taking care of themselves or getting high value care when they need it. The panelists will also identify and discuss how new technologies can improve health care delivery systems, and how insurers can use their platform to best advocate for high quality care for their members.
In this session, a panel of prominent health care experts will discuss the merits of various approaches to improve coverage and affordability for all Americans, including single-payer or government-run health care.
Utilizing technologies that integrate and aggregate disparate real-time data from historically fragmented sources, and then making that data available to the health care delivery system, can significantly change how providers, payers and other health care organizations engage with patients and drive toward better outcomes in a growing value-based care environment. A 360-degree patient view better enables data-driven care decisions, empowering providers to address gaps in quality, utilization and medical history, and improving the health of the patient. Join us to learn how to accelerate your organization’s transition to value-based care.
Coordinating the post-acute care services patients need to heal or age at home can be quite complex. Finding the right in-home care team, and then ensuring their services are covered benefits, can be especially complicated. Overcoming these challenges requires a multi-faceted management approach. This session will explore benefit designs that promote a “home-first” approach, and policy changes and reimbursement strategies that support care at home. Join us to learn best practices in coordinating care between in-patient settings and the home.
Consumers and purchasers of health care are looking for a better way. As health plans face escalating pressures for cost containment, access and member satisfaction, organizations are looking to deliver innovative solutions that tackle these needs head-on. Join us to learn how comprehensive virtual care delivery can provide more efficient access to high-quality care and transform the health care experience for your members.
The high prices of prescription drugs continue to drive up the costs of coverage and care. Outrageous prices threaten the health and financial stability of patients and taxpayers alike. Our panel of experts will explore potential solutions for bringing down those costs, while continuing to drive innovation.
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.
The Hilton Garden Inn Washington DC/Georgetown Area
2201 M Street NW, Washington, DC 20037
All room reservations must be secured with a valid credit card. Reservations may be cancelled up to 72 hours prior to arrival without penalty. Reservations cancelled less than 72 hours and up until the day of arrival will be charged one night’s room and tax late cancellation fee. If attendee does not arrive and does not cancel his/her reservation, then the attendee will be charged one night’s room and tax no show fee.
Please refer to the list of hotels provided below that may have rooms available. These hotels are within a 2-block radius of the Ritz-Carlton Washington, DC.
|Hilton Garden Inn Washington, DC/Georgetown
2201 M St NW, Washington, DC 20037
2121 M St NW, Washington, DC 20037
|The Westin Georgetown
2350 M St NW, Washington, DC 20037
|Fairmont Washington, DC/Georgetown
2401 M St NW, Washington, DC 20037
|The St. Gregory Hotel
2033 M St NW, Washington, DC 20036
|Washington Marriott Georgetown
1221 22nd St NW, Washington, DC 20037
|Embassy Suites by Hilton
1250 22nd St NW, Washington, DC 20037
1201 24th St NW, Washington, DC 20037
|Renaissance DuPont Circle Hotel
1143 New Hampshire Ave NW, Washington, DC 20037
|Best Western Georgetown Hotel & Suites
1121 New Hampshire Ave NW, Washington, DC 20037
|One Washington Circle Hotel
1 Washington Cir NW, Washington, DC 20037
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