WASHINGTON, D.C., September 28, 2017 The Population Health Alliance (PHA) today announced that Jerry Penso, Chief Medical Officer, American Medical Group Association; Matt Salo, Executive Director, National Association of Medicaid Directors; Elizabeth Carter, PhD, MPH, Senior Advisor Health Services Research AARP; James A. Paretti, Jr., Chief of Staff and Senior Counsel to Acting Chair Victoria A. Lipnic, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, will present as featured speakers at the Population Health Alliance Capitol Caucus in Washington, D.C on October 19.
“The PHA Capitol Caucus covers a very wide range of the most salient programatic and policy issues for the population health industry,” says Rose Maljanian Chairman and CEO, HealthCAWSand Chairman of the Board, PHA. “Never in our history has Population Health Management more important for all stakeholders as a tool to drive quality and affordability. We are thrilled to have an elite group of noted industry and policy experts speaking this year,” added Maljanian.
This year’s PHA Capitol Caucus will feature the policymakers and key stakeholders from the health care industry committed to driving innovation in care management, wellness, and prevention for focused briefings on key legislative and regulatory issues. The conference will include panel discussions on the shift to value-based care, Medicaid opportunities 2018-2020, and social determinants of health. The session will close with a panel of “Prevention and Wellness Programs – Innovation Update and Policy Considerations.” All sessions will give attendees a view into the strategic initiatives supported by PHA and our multi-stakeholder membership leading innovation in population health.
To register for the Capitol Caucus, visit http://populationhealthalliance.org/pha-forums/capitol-caucus.html. Not a PHA member? Join PHA today.
About the Population Health Alliance
The Population Health Alliance (PHA) is the industry’s only multi stakeholder professional and trade association solely focused on population health. The organization has nearly 100 members representing stakeholders from across the health care delivery system that seek to improve health outcomes, optimize medical and administrative spend, and drive affordability. Through its robust advocacy, research and education initiatives, the PHA offers members a forum to advance shared learning and applied research to further innovation and establish best practices in the population health field.