Call For Innovations
Submit Your Proposal By December 6, 2019

Showcase Your Organization’s Innovations at
Health Care’s Essential Event

Share your health plan’s best practices, unique approach to an industry-wide challenge or data-driven case study with thousands of conference participants in a concurrent session at AHIP’s Institute & Expo, June 17-18, 2020 in Miami.

The sessions are 45-minutes, including time for questions and answers (hint: conference participants really enjoy interactive sessions that allow for questions and answers). You may choose to include one speaker, or several speakers, depending on the session content.

Take advantage of this terrific opportunity to showcase your organization’s thought leadership, enjoy exceptional networking opportunities with health care stakeholders from around the country. And, the speakers in your session will receive a complimentary registration to the conference.

Quick Step Submission Process:

  • Take a look at the topic areas below and choose which aligns best with your presentation
  • Click on the “Submit Now” Button to propose a session title, short description, and speakers
  • Submit by December 6 to be considered

For additional details and guidelines, please see the information section following the key themes and topics below.

Key Themes and Topics:

Advancing Alternative Payment Models and Value-Based Care Strategies

Topics of interest include:

Outcome-based specialty drug contracting

Transitioning to value-based models

Implementing new payment models

Strategies and tactics that support and simplify the evolution to value-based care


Industry Disruption and Product Innovation

Topics of interest include:

Business model innovation and agility

Impact of non-traditional health care players on the health insurance/health care industry

Applying cutting edge innovation from other industries to health care

Evolving your products and diversifying your portfolio

Transforming Complex Care Delivery

Topics of interest include:

Approaches to reducing the burden of chronic disease

Genomics and precision medicine

Effective strategies and care models that address the complex medical, behavioral and social needs of high-need, high-cost patients/Social determinants of health

Scaling and replicating effective models of complex care management

Addressing Community Needs to Achieve Whole-Person Care

Topics of interest include:

Combatting social and economic barriers that prevent access to care

Offering non-clinical services to improve health outcomes

Expanding consumer focus from wellness to well-being

Digital strategies and technologies that support SDOH-related activities


Consumer Experience Strategy and Execution

Topics of interest include:

Improving the online experience: personalization, design, and usability

Transparency, ratings, and reputation management

Consumer satisfaction, experience, and loyalty

Tools and approaches for making health care simpler, higher value, and a better experience for consumers

Technology, Trends and Business Insight

Topics of interest include:

Telehealth, social media, video and interactive tools for collaborative care

Innovating the digital experience for consumers

How to improve clinical care, reduce costs and augment operational efficiency through enhanced digital infrastructure, technology and business insight tools and services

Emerging technologies

Data, Analytics and Actionable Intelligence

Topics of interest include:

Artificial intelligence and machine learning

Blockchain technology

Predictive analytics and precision marketing

Leveraging advancements in data analytics to optimize utilization, reduce administrative costs, support better medical outcomes and enhance the patient experience

Privacy and security

Prevention, Well-Being and Population Health Improvement

Topics of interest include:

Patient engagement strategies for effective chronic disease management·

Replicating population health models·

Value-based approaches, strategies and tools that support behavioral science and lifestyle changes to transform health and well-being

Innovations in disease prevention and population health improvement (opioid, obesity, loneliness, etc.)


Additional Guidelines

Submissions from Health Plans

Only submissions from health insurance providers will be considered.

  • No more than two speakers from one health plan will be selected to speak on a panel.
  • If another health plan has proposed a similar topic, you may also be paired with a speaker from that health plan to create a more robust panel.

Submissions from Vendors and Health-Related Companies

Proposals solely promoting company products or services will NOT be considered; however, proposals from vendors explaining the underlying innovative technologies used to improve health care delivery, products, or services will be considered and forwarded to our Business Development Team for follow-up.

  • Sessions will take place between June 17-18, 2020 in Miami. Please make sure the speakers you’re recommending are available those dates.
  • When submitting your proposal, please include:
    • Proposed speaker name(s), job title(s), and company name(s) including previous conference presentation experience and/or brief speaker biography. NOTE: At least one speaker should be from a health insurance provider organization.
    • Contact information including address, phone and e-mail
    • Title of presentation
    • Brief overview of the presentation (1 short paragraph plus 3 – 4 bullets that illustrate audience takeaways): Please write this with the knowledge that if your proposal is selected, portions of this description will be included in printed and online materials. Please do not use trade names, technical jargon, names of products, companies, or institutions, or abbreviations other than units of measurement.
    • Target audience(s) – Commercial and Government Health Insurance Providers, Hospitals, Health Systems, Employer Purchasers, Government Officials, Physician Practices, Post-Acute Providers, Investors, Pharmaceutical, Biotech, and Medical Device, etc.
  • Sessions should focus on a current project in place with reportable results, rather than recently implemented projects.

Have additional questions? Please contact Jasmine Batchelor at