HIMSS Pop Health Forum Boston: Call-for-proposals is open

Session ideas should focus on the cornerstones of population health: data and analytics, care coordination, patient engagement and experience and reimbursement.
By Healthcare IT News
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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.

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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
  • Reimbursement

Click here to learn more about the event or submit your proposal


Helpful advice for planning to purchase a population health platform:

⇒ Experts explain what to look for when choosing a population health platform
⇒ Comparison chart of 8 population health products 
⇒ An in-depth look at 8 population health software programs

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Email the writer: tom.sullivan@himssmedia.com


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