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Population Health Alliance Capitol Caucus

October 19th 2017 - Washington, D.C.

8 am - 5 pm


The Population Health Alliance Capitol Caucus will bring together Washington D.C. policymakers and key stakeholders from across the health care industry committed to driving innovation in care management, wellness, and prevention for focused briefings on key legislative and regulatory issues. Speakers will include representatives from Congress, the Administration and federal agencies; Washington policy institutes and think tanks; and allied organizations.

Keynote remarks from thought leaders will kick-off a series of substantive panel discussions with open dialogue among senior experts about legislative and regulatory challenges and opportunities to advance population health. Population Health Alliance is a member-driven organization. Panel topics will reveal timely insights on specific issues that our members want and need to explore.

Join the Population Health Alliance 2017 Capitol Caucus to hear and engage in conversations on how federal policy changes and initiatives will impact your priorities from leaders in the know. 

The agenda includes the following:

Opening Keynote – President Trump’s Top Health Care Priorities in 2018

How Population Health Accelerates the Shift to Value-Based Care

  • The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is underway in transitioning the health care system from pay-for-volume to pay-for-value. Though, where are we on this journey and how do population health management strategies play a vital role? 

Luncheon Keynote Discussion – Medicaid Headwinds and Opportunities 2018-2020

  • Medicaid reform has been the subject of much debate in 2017, with most of the focus being on the need to reduce the rate of growth in the program.  How can population health and wellness programs help rein in spending and improve quality for Medicaid beneficiaries and state budgets.

Addressing  Social Determinants of Health – What Works

  • We all know that there are real social determinants of health that will impact patient outcomes and abilities to adhere to treatment recommendations.  What role can population health programs play in helping to identify social determinants of health and improve the way quality programs are adjusted for the complexities they bring tothe system?

Prevention and Wellness Programs – Innovation Update and Policy Considerations

  • Many employers and other health care stakeholders recognize the value of prevention and wellness programs using a variety of intervention strategies to lower costs and improve health, wellbeing, and productivity. The landscape of legal and regulatory requirements surrounding these programs is complex. How are access and incentives changing to drive consumer engagement, and how is regulation changing?