The AHIP Institute in Nashville, TN on June 3rd through the 5th is particularly exciting for me to attend for three reasons:
1. It’s focused around the needs, issues and challenges of health plans and payers – an industry I’ve worked in for over 20 years.
2. I’m one of four people selected by AHIP to be a social media ambassador for the event.
3. It’s in Nashville, TN – a place where I lived for 10 years, where my youngest son was born and where all four of my kids attended grade school.
Healthcare Literacy, Transparency & Communications!
Since I strongly believe that improving health care literacy, increasing transparency of health care quality and cost information, and sharing information via an omni-channel approach holds the key to improving the U.S. healthcare system, I’m especially looking forward to the following concurrent sessions.
Note: I’ve included the Twitter account for any session presenter that had one.
Beyond the Contract: Enhancing Provider Engagement in New Care Models – June 4 – 2:00p – 2:45p
How retail health care and telemedicine are altering traditional behaviors and relationships between providers, health plans and consumers.
Amy Fahrenkopf, MD, VP, Highmark, Inc.
Transparency: Tools, Information and Innovation – June 5 – 10:50a – 11:35a
Learn about tools and new initiatives to engage consumers in their health care.
Raj Davda, MD, Medical Director, CIGNA
Social Commerce: Integrating Your Marketing, Sales and Digital Approaches – June 4 – 3:35p – 4:20p
Learn ways to leverage social tools to deliver growth to your company. How social information fit into data and segmentation models.
Lindsay R. Resnick, CMO, KBM Group: Health Services
Katzman Stephanie, Senior Account Executive, LinkedIn
David Murray, Manager, Social Media, BCBS of Michigan
Joanna Belbey, Social Media & Compliance Specialist, Actiance
Health Literacy: A Key to Unlocking Change – June 5 – 9:55 a – 10:40a
Learn how others are bridging the health literacy knowledge gap to help consumers help themselves reach the goal of improved health. How can mass media tools help to propagate discovery and improve comprehension.
No speaker listed on AHIP site
Innovation & Inspiration in Health Care – June 4 – 1:00p – 1:45p
How health plans are rethinking the ways in which they do business. How health plans expanding their portfolios and diversifying their business – and lessons learned.
Darren Olson, Director, UPMC Health Plan
Rob Coppedge, Senior VP, Cambia Health Solutions
If you have anything you’d like to share related to the AHIP Institute: your goals for attending, what you are looking forward to, information on your product or services, things to do in Nashville, etc – please reach out to me and perhaps I can help share your perspective, ideas and information with others?
Also, consider following me on Twitter where I will be sharing more information on the AHIP Institute and health care information technology.