HIMSS Pop Health Forum Boston: Call-for-proposals is open
Proposals should focus on the cornerstones of population health: data and analytics, care coordination, patient engagement and experience and reimbursement.
Healthcare IT News and HIMSS are accepting speaker proposals for Pop Health Forum 2017, April 3-4, in Boston. This year’s event is going to dive deeper than ever into best practices, lessons learned and how healthcare providers and payers are succeeding with population health initiatives.
If your organization has a great story share, don’t keep it to yourself. Click here to submit a proposal and for more information. Proposals must be submitted by Jan. 13 at 5 pm EST.
This event is intended for healthcare payers and providers, and case studies are a priority. This is a great opportunity to network with like-minded professionals and share how your organization has succeeded with population health initiatives to improve care, reduce costs and engage patients.
The forum places a high value on proposals from payer and provider organizations that offer practical, actionable information and real-life solutions. Presentations must demonstrate a real ROI.
We do not accept proposals from vendors – unless made on behalf of a provider or payer customer.
Proposals should focus on four key areas – the cornerstones of population health:
- Data and Analytics
- Care Coordination
- Patient Engagement and Experience
Helpful advice for planning to purchase a population health platform: