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health insurance exchange conference
health insurance exchange conference
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THE NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE EXCHANGE SUMMIT

As of this writing, the American health system stands at the cusp of a profound transformation. Not since the establishment of Medicare and Medicaid has so much been at stake. As we count down to the Supreme Court's next life-or-death sentence for Obamacare (King Vs. Burwell), and watch the partisans consider how to respond if tax credits are eliminated on the federally-facilitated Marketplace, the hour remains defined by dissension and controversy. Except that now we are beginning to gather some real data and telling experience on what works and what doesn't.

Health Insurance Exchanges and the expansion of Medicaid are just completing their initial efforts to cover the uninsured. Millions of the uninsured have enrolled, but reaching the millions more who are eligible remains a major challenge. Success is far from certain, yet many of the initial signs have been encouraging. By the time we gather in Washington DC, we should have enough experience with the first two open enrollment seasons, the expansion of Medicaid, and survey data on the number of Americans still uninsured to begin to make some judgments based on data as to the impact of health reform, the problems that need to be addressed, and the opportunities for more change. We have arranged for many executives from the Health Insurance Marketplaces to speak and to participate in a special “lessons learned” session, to share their experiences with each other, and with you.

Health insurance exchanges are a vital pillar in the overall architecture of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). By May, we should have a clear picture of how the states and the federal government have performed and on the developing capacity of private health insurance exchanges to complement or compete with public ones.

Some national health plans participated in 2014 wholeheartedly, while others dipped their toes in these roiling waters. They all seem to have overcome their initial hesitancy and are developing varied strategies to participate in the exchange movement. Healthcare providers, too, seek to integrate exchange participation strategies into their ACO and medical home programs and value-based payment reform initiatives.

We will also discuss the important role played by private exchanges, both in the private sector and in providing the technology necessary to operate public exchanges.

The National Health Insurance Exchange Summit has marshaled a faculty of experts drawn from every quarter of the health system. Join us as we take the pulse of Health Reform in the heady days of its infancy.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

From Federal Government:
  • CMS Staff
  • OCIIO Staff
  • DOJ Staff
  • FTC Staff
From States:
  • Exchange Board, Leadership and Staff
  • Medicaid Officers
  • Department of Health & Human Services
  • Department of Insurance
  • Heads of Technology
  • Heads of Operations
  • Heads of Regulation/Policy
  • Heads of Healthcare Reform
From Managed Care Organizations, Medicaid and Commercial Health Plans:
  • Chief Executive Officers
  • Chief Financial Officers
  • Chief Operating Officers
  • Chief Marketing Officers
  • Chief Medical Officers
  • Chief Information Officers
  • Chief Administration Officers
  • Heads of Product Development
  • Heads of Marketing/Sales/Business Development
  • Heads of Enrollment
  • Heads of Technology
  • Heads of Operations
  • Heads of Regulation/Policy
From Healthcare Providers:
  • Chief Executive Officers
  • Chief Financial Officers
  • Chief Operating Officers
  • Chief Medical Officers
  • Chief Information Officers
  • Chief Marketing Officers
  • Managed Care Contracting Staff
  • ACO and Medical Home Development Staff
  • Bundled and Shared Service Payment Staff
From Life Sciences:
  • PBM and Pharmacy Strategy Staff
  • Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Manufacturer Strategy Staff
  • Formulary Staff
And:
  • Private Exchanges
  • Advocacy Groups
  • Health Services Researchers
  • Agency and Capitol Hill Staff
  • Brokers and Agents
  • Legal Counsel
  • Consultants
  • Software and Technology Providers





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