Annual conference features two keynotes focusing on the latest changes and innovations in Managed Care
Online PR News – 29-June-2010 – – The National Association of Managed Care Physicians (NAMCP) has released the agenda for the Fall Managed Care Forum, which will take place November 4-5, 2010 at the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas, NV. The agenda features the two following keynotes that will focus on the latest changes and innovations in Managed Care.
The Future of Healthcare Delivery
- Jacques Sokolov, MD, Chairman & Senior Partner SSB Solutions
The Last Mile in Healthcare
- Stan Nowak, MBA, CEO, Co-Founder Silverlink Communications
Following the general session, participants will be able to choose which session they attend - a business session, health management session, cancer session or genomics/biotech session. A sample from the four tracks on the agenda include:
Managed Care Contracting: Understanding Key Legal Provisions & Impact of ERISA
How a Provider Can Successfully Partner with a Medicare Advantage Plan
Navigating the Age of Genetic Medicine
Managing Lifetime Cost While Improving Outcomes in Bipolar Disorder
Parkinson’s Disease: How to Maintain Positive Patient Outcomes and Decrease Lifetime Costs
Emerging Trends and Strategies in the Treatment of Breast Cancer
In addition, the AAMCN will hold a pre-conference on November 3 that focuses on issues in Managed Care Nursing.
The Fall Managed Care Forum is designed to provide medical directors, nurse case managers and administrators from purchasers, plans and providers, IPAs, PHOs and other integrated delivery systems with the appropriate tools, resources and knowledge to improve patient outcomes in Managed Care environments and global network systems. The Forum is a two-day, accredited educational and networking opportunity. Each day of the Forum opens with a general session that addresses a global topic relevant to managed care. This year’s forum is returning to the Bellagio in Las Vegas, Nevada, which was the site of the 2009 Fall Managed Care Forum.
The Fall Managed Care Forum is sponsored and hosted by three sister organizations: the National Association of Managed Care Physicians (NAMCP), the American Association of Managed Care Nurses (AAMCN), and the American Association of Integrated Healthcare Delivery Systems (AAIHDS). The Fall Managed Care Forum provides continuing education for physicians and nurses. NAMCP plans to release the full agenda at the end of June. Click Here to visit the Fall Managed Care Forum home page.
NAMCP, a non-profit membership association, was established in 1991 to provide tools, education and resources to medical directors, practicing physicians and other healthcare professionals. The membership consists of medical directors and providers from purchaser, plan and providers systems. NAMCP holds full standard accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide AMA Category I credits™ to physicians.
AAMCN is a non-profit active membership association of Registered Nurses, Nurse Practitioners and Licensed Practical Nurses who are associated with managed care organizations across the country. AAMCN is dedicated to helping nurses become successful in their local marketplace through resourceful, responsive leading-edge member services, education and communication. Their is to be recognized as the expert and resource in managed care nursing; to establish standards for managed care nursing practice; to positively impact public policy regarding managed healthcare delivery and to assist in educating the public on managed care.
AAIHDS was founded in 1993 as a non-profit organization dedicated to the educational advancement of provider-based managed care professionals involved in integrated healthcare delivery. Membership includes Vice Presidents of Managed Care, Directors of Managed Care, Contracting and Provider Relations Managers, Medical Directors, Hospital and Health System Chief Executive Officers and senior management teams, governing board members, managed care organizations, and Integrated Delivery Systems such as Physician Hospital Organizations and Independent Practice Associations.