7th Partnering with ACOs Summit - TBA

7th Partnering with ACOs Summit
June 6 - 7, 2016
Philadelphia, PA

Innovative Strategies for Accountable Care Organizations and Industry to Collaboratively Meet the Demand of the Evolving Healthcare Marketplace

7th Partnering with ACOs Summit – 7th Partnering with ACOs Summit

The transition from fee-for-service to value-based reimbursement has altered not only internal treatment procedures, but also external relationships with drug/product manufacturers and service providers. Healthcare stakeholders require value propositions and risk sharing that are in line with Triple Aim goals. To meet these standards, the life science industry must tailor physician engagement strategies, enhance outcomes and serve pressing needs such as IT, infrastructure and population health projects.

The goal of the 7th Partnering with ACOs Summit is for ACO executives and industry professionals to collaborate on techniques and strategies for mutually beneficial partnerships that serve healthcare needs and accomplish business goals. This two-day summit will be led by a diverse, expert speaking faculty and information will be conveyed through detailed presentations, interactive panel discussions and in-depth case studies, equipping those in attendance with the tools to succeed in a post-Affordable Care Act marketplace.


Following Day One, spend 3+ hours networking with 10+ ACO medical and executive leaders in this premier forum hosted by AtlantiCare. The ACO leadership will then convene for an exclusive panel discussion to explore “How Industry Can Effectively Engage and Partner with ACOs by Serving Pressing Needs.”

Top Five Reasons to Attend

  1. Hear firsthand perspectives from ACO leadership on how industry can partner on projects, serve IT/infrastructure needs and demonstrate value
  2. Network with senior life science professionals on common challenges in the post-Affordable Care Act marketplace
  3. Receive payer guidance through presentations on value-based purchasing and the use of quality metrics in ACO development
  4. Learn from an expert speaking faculty about how to conduct population health projects, utilize HEOR and reevaluate a physician engagement strategy
  5. Discuss new topics affecting value-based care, such as bundled payments, payer-formed ACOs and the use of skilled nursing facilities

Who Should Attend

This conference is designed for representatives from pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device organizations, as well as accountable care providers with responsibilities in the following areas:

  • Healthcare Policy/Government Affairs
  • Strategy
  • Sales and Marketing
  • Business Development
  • Product and Account Management
  • Pricing Reimbursement
  • Contracting
  • Medical Affairs
  • Managed Care
  • Statistics/Analytics
  • Healthcare Strategy
  • Health Economics

In addition, this conference is of interest to ACO, physician organization, health plan and insurance company professionals involved in:

  • Legal
  • QA/QM
  • Partnership Administration
  • Strategy
  • Physician Services
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