The Hertel Report 2018 Winter State of the State: Tucson

Addresse2200 E Elm St
CityTucson
AtArizona Inn
CountyPima (AZ1152)
Date01/24/2018
Hours10:30
CategoriaEvents
2200 E Elm St
Tucson
Arizona Inn
Pima (AZ1152)
Tel 2018-01-24
Categoria Events
The Hertel Report 2018 Winter State of the State: Tucson

The 2018 Winter State of the State features all you have come to expect from The Hertel Report Guest Speakers Include: Join THR Publisher and healthcare consultant Jim Hammond for our January breakfast meetings in Phoenix and Tucson. The conference includes our curated collection of the top stories impacting the Arizona healthcare industry, local market updates and meaningful data and trends for Medicaid, Medicare, Medicare Advantage, and the Health Insurance Marketplace. Hammond will also provide insight into Arizona’s commercial insurance market and the latest on Arizona’s accountable care organizations. Advisor to The Hertel Report, Jim Whitfill, the Chief Medical Officer of Innovation Care Partners and President of Lumetis will join Jim Hammond during the discussion on local news and market updates.



Whitfill also lends his insight into how Arizona health plans, systems and other providers are navigating the road to value based care. The discussion will include the benefits of using value-based networks, efficient and targeted case management, the role of accountable care organizations and innovative approaches used to deliver on the promise of the Triple Aim. Advisor to The Hertel Report, Lisa Mead, President of Crowne Healthcare Advisors and Founder of Arizona Women in Healthcare will join us to share her expertise regarding quality reporting and strategies organizations can use to raise their quality scores. As an established professional coach and healthcare consultant, Mead will also discuss how those of us in healthcare can best manage complex and nuanced relationships with health plans and government entities.


THR member Marcus Johnson, Director of State Health Policy for Vitalyst, will update the audience on the individual market on HealthCare.gov after the close of open enrollment. The discussion will also include a view from the trenches on how community healthcare advocates in Arizona help those without employer-sponsored health insurance get and retain coverage even in the shadow of the repeal & replace movement. And as always, there will be great opportunities to see familiar faces and meet new contacts during the networking breakfast. $125 Registration $100 Members of The Hertel Report $150 Late Registration (after January 10) Other Discounts Available. Please visit our website for discount codes .

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