Payer Partnership Forum – Payer Partnership Forum

With the onset of payment reforms, drug pricing and a new presidential administration, there is an increasing need for better alignment between hospitals, payers and life science organizations to facilitate better care, improve health outcomes and lower costs for patients. While many industry professionals can agree that these partnerships are mutually beneficial, the structure and creation of one is foreign, difficult and may seem precarious to many. Building trust, incentives and goals between healthcare and payers is difficult. There are divided metrics for successes and failures. The individuals facilitating the partnership often do not communicate the agreement well enough to ensure that no employee accidentally breaches the agreement. Many organizations struggle with initiating the partnership, creating the agreement and defining the facilitator.

At the Payer Partnership Forum, key industry leaders from payers, providers and other life science organizations convene to discuss the establishment and monitoring of successful and worthwhile partnerships. This event will help professionals eager to engage in payer partnerships build trust and goals in pharma-payer partnerships and provider-payer partnerships alike. Professionals will also discuss how to incentivize potential partners, outside of paying for volume over value, such as cost containment strategies. The event will include experienced speakers who define the steps to ensure companywide understanding of the agreement and organizational discipline. Attendees will walk away from the Payer Partnership Forum knowing how to construct successful partnerships to facilitate better care, improve health outcomes and lower costs.

Top Five Reasons to Attend

  1. Uncover best practices to align hospitals and payers to facilitate better care, improve health outcomes and lower costs
  2. Define strategies and resources to share data information from which partnerships create meaningful patient profiles
  3. Address the obstacles and risks of entering into partnerships to initiate safe, successful and mutually beneficial agreements
  4. Compare and contrast the different values that concern payers depending on the type of partnership while defining the metrics used to measure the success of the partnership
  5. Understand the incentives, benefits and goals of entering into payer partnerships

Who Should Attend

This conference is designed for representatives from life science organizations, health systems and payers with responsibilities in the following areas:

  • Payer Strategy and Contracting
  • Value-Based Reimbursement Strategies
  • Payer and Channel Access
  • Patient Services and Pricing
  • Value-Based Payment Initiatives
  • Payer Engagement and Collaboration
  • Physician Alignment and Recruitment
  • Managed Care
  • Patient Access
  • Utilization Management
  • Account Management
  • Patient Support and Assistance
  • HEOR

This conference is also of interest to:

  • Data Management Solution Providers
  • Population Health Management Organizations
  • Rebate and Claims Processing Vendors
  • Product Reimbursement/Market Access Solution Providers