Population health requires a steady flow of communication and collaboration in order to ensure that the comprehensive programs generate positive outcomes.
The PHA Forum 2014, hosted by the Population Health Alliance, will be at the award-winning Fairmont Scottsdale Princess hotel in Scottsdale, Arizona from Dec. 10 to 12, and it is the perfect opportunity to hear from thought leaders in population health.
The three-day forum will provide attendees with the opportunity to network and connect with others in the population health community and discover ways to strengthen their businesses. The PHA Forum 2014 will have it all, covering an array of topics representing the full scope of the industry, from how technology, big data and advanced analytics will play a role in population health, to learning how to build population health programs on a community scale.
Some of the brightest minds in the health care and population health industries will be on hand to share their insights on the constantly evolving landscape.
Keynote speakers include:
- Esther Dyson, founder of HICCUp, and chairman of EDventure Holdings
- William Emmet, executive director of The Kennedy Forum
- Dr. David B. Nash, M.D., MBA, founding dean of the Jefferson School of Population Health
- Dr. Kaveh Safavi, M.D., J.D., global managing director, health industry for Accenture
Also attending will be Rain Henderson, CEO of the Clinton Health Matters Initiative.
There are also four session tracks to help attendees receive a focused experienced while at the PHA Forum 2014, covering topics that will specifically influence the future of the population health industry. The tracks include:
- Analytics to Action for Providers and ACOs
- Excelling in Engagement
- Powerful PHM Strategies
- Tech Touch: Strategies for Apps in Health
Along with the wide-reaching education sessions, attendees can attend one of the two pre-conferences: the Employer Healthcare and Benefits Institute for HR and benefits managers, or the Policy, Politics and Business in Population Health Summit for advocacy and government affairs executives.
Senior executives should consider attending the Executive Leadership Institute, which will allow them to meet and connect with industry leaders in the population health field. There’s also the Fourth International Symposium on Wellness and Chronic Care on Dec. 12, which will take a look at population health from a global perspective.
Aside from hearing from such astounding speakers, attendees will have the opportunity to explore Scottsdale and everything it has to offer.
How does golfing in the middle of December sound? The city is home to more than 200 golf courses, allowing visitors to build on relationships created in the conference halls and panel rooms and forge them into bonds that result in strong partnerships.
What are you waiting for? Register today at www.populationhealthalliance.org/forum.