Progressive hospitals are building strong Population Health Management programs as a key to success in the new value-based care world. Looking beyond the 4 walls of the hospital and into the community and homes of patients, hospitals are now realizing that one of the biggest opportunity lies with the most vulnerable populations of Medicaid, Medicare & Duals. “Population Health Hospital Innovations for Medicaid, Medicare & Duals” focuses on driving better outcomes for patients while balancing cost and risk. 20+ top hospitals and policy makers share evidence-based best practices to help gain valuable insights into how others are managing digital and personal interventions and influencing patient behavior:... The ground-breaking agenda focuses on the central pillars of Population Health for Hospitals:
  • Population Health and Value-based Care Models: Balancing Quality and Policy – NYU Langone Health, University of Rochester Medical Center, Lawrence General Hospital
  • Social Determinants of Health – Identifying and Responding to Unique Needs of Medicaid, Medicare & Duals – Geisinger, ONC, NACHC, Akron Children’s Hospital, Christiana Health System, Atrium Health
  • Community Collaborations to Expand Access to Care – Jefferson School of Population Health, Atrium Health
  • Streamlining Care Delivery to Boost Quality for High Risk Vulnerable Populations – Geisinger, Ochsner Health System, & Henry Ford Health System
  • Harnessing Data & Informatics to Build and Sustain Your Population Health Programs – Massachusetts General Hospital, Steward Healthcare Network
  • Technology Tools and Strategies to Cut Administrative Expenses and Bolster Your Ability to Provide High Quality, Specialized, Personalized Care – Partners HealthCare Pivot Labs, Advocate Health Care, Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare, Mt. Sinai Health System

This leading-edge conference takes a deep dive into how hospitals can survive and thrive the transition from Fee-for-Service to Value-based Care under the evolving mandates around Population Health. You will take home tools and strategies on how to get the resources you need to sustain and grow your programs, collect and utilize key metrics, balance cost & quality and provide the right services at the right time for your most vulnerable, high risk patient populations.

2019 Distinguished Faculty
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Ashish Atreja, MD, MPH, FACP

Chief Innovation Officer, Medicine
Christiana Health System


Medical Director for Carelink, Special Populations
Henry Ford Health System

Susan Craft

System Vice President, Inpatient Case Management and Post-Acute Care Services

Allison Hess

Vice President of Health Innovation
Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare

Lauren Faison

Service Line Administrator, Regional Development, Population Health and Telemedicine
National Association of Community Health Centers

Michelle Jester, MA

Deputy Director of Research
NYU School of Medicine

Dr. Simon Jones, PhD

Research Professor, Department of Population Health
MidState Medical Center

Marc Levesque, M.S.

Senior Resource Case Manager, Hartford HealthCare Center for Healthy Aging
Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT

Thomas Novak

Medicaid Interoperability Lead
Thomas Jefferson University, College of Population Health

Billy H. Oglesby, PhD, MBA, MSPH, FRSPH, FACHE

Associate Dean for Academic & Student Affairs
Montefiore Medical Center

Amanda Parsons, MD, MBA

Vice President Community & Population Health
University of Rochester Medical Center

Irena Pesis-Katz, PhD

Senior Director of Population Health Management, Informatics and Payment Innovation
National Association of Community Health Centers

Michelle Proser

Director of Research
Advocate Health Care

Michael Ries, MD, MBA

Medical Director, System Critical Care, eICU and Advocate Intensivist Partners

Jason Roche, MPH

Growth Engineer
NYU Langone Health and NYU School of Medicine

Harry S. Saag MD, FACP

Medical Director, Network Integration and Ambulatory Quality, Assistant Professor of Medicine
Steward Health Care Network

Justin Spencer

National Vice President of Population Health Analytics

Janet Tomcavage

Chief Population Health Officer
Lawrence General Hospital

Christina Wolf, MSN, RN, CNL

Director, Population Health, Co-Chair, Nursing Practice & Quality Council
Supporting Organizations
  • Disease Management by Population Segment to Boost Performance Scores, Increase Care Quality & Minimize Risk
  • Disease Management by Population Segment to Boost Performance Scores, Increase Care Quality & Minimize Risk

Who Should Attend:

C-Suite Executives, Medical Directors, VPS, Directors, Managers of:

  • Population Health
  • Quality
  • Clinical Operations
  • Informatics
  • Managed Care
  • Predictive Analytics, Risk Stratification, Data Analytics
  • Behavioral Health

Solution Providers with Expertise in:

  • Population Health Platforms for Data Aggregation, Analysis, Care Management, Administration/Financial Reporting, Patient Engagement, Clinician Engagement
  • Analytics
  • SDOH
  • Remote monitoring
  • Telemedicine
  • Wellness & Prevention