Partnering With ACOs & IDNs Summit

Creating strategic partnerships with health systems through collaborative discussions centered on patient outcomes and adherence


Boston, MA, United States

The 13th Partnering With ACOs & IDNs Summit will serve as an educational environment for participants to learn proven strategies and vital information that will further partnerships with ACOs and IDNs. This event provides attendees with a forum to better understand how to navigate the healthcare landscape, contract with, and sell to these evolving systems.

Given the uncertainty of the future of ACOs, this is the must-attend time to attend the summit. This event will focus on creating strategic partnerships with health systems through collaborative discussions centered on patient outcomes and adherence.

Top Five Reasons to Attend

  1. Learn proven strategies for developing meaningful partnerships with IDNs and ACOs
  2. Parlay an enhanced understanding of ACO and IDN leadership and operational structures into a strategic approach to partnerships
  3. Streamline internal processes and prepare nimble internal organizations to easily adapt and implement an approach
  4. Discuss the future of Medicare and how your organization can create and prepare for partnerships in an era of uncertainty
  5. Understand how to leverage discussions around improving patient outcomes and adherence to further partnership possibilities

Who Should Attend

  • Account Management/National/IDN Accounts
  • Managed Care
  • Market Access
  • Sales
  • Contracting
  • Health Economics Outcomes Research
  • Medical Outcomes Liaison
  • Real World Evidence
  • Medical Affairs
  • Managed Markets
  • Statistics
  • Analytics
  • Network Management
  • Pricing and Reimbursement
  • Healthcare Strategy
  • Commercial Development
  • Quality Management
This event is also of interest to:
  • Drug Manufacturers
  • Clinical Diagnostic Companies
  • Decision Support/Managed Care Organizations
  • IT/Data Analytics Companies
  • Patient Adherence/Advocacy Organizations
  • Market Access Service Providers
  • External Physician Service Providers
  • Lifecycle Management Organizations
  • Consultancies
  • Strategic Marketing Service Providers
  • Population Health Management Organizations
  • Medical Communication Service Providers
  • HEOR Service Providers
  • Quality and Care Management
  • Law Firms

Speakers

  • Sarika Aggarwal, M.D., MHCM, Chief Medical Officer, BETH ISRAEL DEACONESS CARE ORGANIZATION
  • Christopher Anderoli, M.D., Chief Transformational Officer and Chief of Surgical Services, ATRIUS HEALTH
  • Mike Baldzicki, Vice President Managed Markets, BIOMATRIX SPX
  • Scott Berkowitz, M.D., Executive Director and Senior Medical Director, JOHNS HOPKINS MEDICINE ALLIANCE FOR PATIENTS
  • Mary Blohm, Associate Director, Systems of Care, NOVARTIS PHARMACEUTICALS
  • Lili Brillstein, Director, Episodes of Care, HORIZON BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD OF NEW JERSEY
  • David Carmouche, M.D., President, Ochsner Health Network and Senior Vice President, Community Care, OCHSNER HEALTH SYSTEM
  • Linda Dunbar, Vice President, Population Health, JOHNS HOPKINS HEALTHCARE
  • Dr. Daniel J. Durand, M.D., Chief Innovation Officer, LIFEBRIDGE HEALTH SYSTEM
  • Jeffrey Gold, SVP and Special Counsel, Managed Care and Insurance, HEALTH ASSOCIATION OF NEW YORK STATE
  • Yeeny Gonzalez, ARNP DNP MD, Director of Quality Improvement, ACCOUNTABLE CARE OPTIONS
  • Cheryl Heineck, Sr. Corporate Account Director, Integrated Health Systems, SUNOVION
  • Scott Hylla, Director, Health Systems-Managed Markets, SUNOVION
  • Renee S. Jones, Pharm.D., CPh, Director of Pharmacy Partnerships and Innovations, NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF PHARMACY
  • Sachin Kamal-Bahl, Vice President and Innovation Center Head, Global Health & Value, PFIZER
  • Michael Kaminsky, Director, Value-Based Care Strategy, AETNA
  • Dan Levitt, Executive Director, TABOR VILLAGE
  • John Marchica, Faculty Associate, ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY
  • Roy McConnell, Executive Director Accountable Care/Payor Risk Strategies, DEACONESS HEALTH SYSTEM
  • John C. Robicsek, Assistant Vice President, Strategy, Business, and Program Development, ATRIUM HEALTH
  • Michael Ruiz, Vice President, Business Development, WAYFORTH HEALTH
  • Lou Savant, Director, Market Access, OSIRIS THERAPEUTICS, INC.
  • Robert Schreiber, Vice President and Medical Director, FALLON HEALTH
  • John Sears, Ph.D., MBA, Health Care Quality and Commercial Strategy Director, JOHNSON & JOHNSON
  • Scott Sorenson, Director, Specialty Managed Care, PARAGON HEALTHCARE
  • Kris Thiruvillakkat, Global Market Access Strategist - Vaccines, PFIZER
  • Pritpal Virdee, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Senior Health Services, BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD MICHIGAN

Venue

Battery Wharf Hotel Boston Waterfront
3 Battery Wharf
Boston, MA 02109

The centerpiece of Boston's Battery Wharf renaissance, The Battery Wharf Hotel, Boston Waterfront merges the North End's trademark charm with a contemporary appreciation for history and sense of place. Featuring 150 stylishly designed guest rooms and suites with extraordinary waterfront views, this luxurious boutique hotel on the pedestrian-friendly HarborWalk boasts two bars and restaurants, 7,000 square feet of meeting space, an award-winning Spa and Fitness Center and easy access to Boston's bustling Financial District, Freedom Trail, Faneuil Hall Marketplace and TD Garden, New England's premier sports and entertainment arena.

To make reservations, please call 866-898-3560 and request the negotiated rate for ExL's June Meetings. To make reservations online Click Here

The group rate is available until May 20, 2019. Please book your room early, as rooms available at this rate are limited.