National Accountable Care Congress
November 16-18, 2015
Los Angeles, CA
Accountable care in both the public and private sector have continued to grow over the past several years, ushering in more experience and evidence on what is working and ways to continue evolving accountable care models. The Sixth National Accountable Care Congress (www.ACOCongress.com), November 16-18 in Los Angeles, will provide an unprecedented opportunity to discuss remaining barriers to widespread accountable care implementation, strategies to overcome them, and policies to encourage the continued growth and sustainability of the accountable care movement.
The Congress brings together leading policymakers, experts, and accountable care implementers to provide unique and in-depth insights on accountable care implementation and ongoing health care reform. The Congress will cover a variety of topics including strategies for risk contracting, innovative contract and payment arrangements, physician and patient engagement, state innovations in accountable care, health IT and mobile technology use, opportunities for specialty care and post-acute care integration, employer-led accountable care arrangements, and innovations in contracting for pharmaceuticals and devices. The Congress will also be a great opportunity to explore the future of accountable care contracting, practice, and policies as more organizations are driven to transition to alternative payment models.
Troy Barsky will be speaking at this event. His topic: "The Evolving Role of the Office of Inspector General in Alternative Payment Models."
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