MGMA 2015 Business of Care Delivery Conference
March 29-31, 2015 | Austin
How will your organization transform for success? What are the next steps you need to take to transition care and payment models? The MGMA 2015 Business of Care Delivery Conference is a can't miss event for administrative and clinical teams that recognize the need to move towards patient-centric, value-based systems of care and need the "know-how" to make the journey. It is the only conference focused on helping practice management teams both envision and prepare for success within the context of changing payment and patient care delivery models.
Transformation through collaboration
To improve quality outcomes and the patient experience, while reducing costs, providers and payers are looking to transform healthcare delivery. Transformation requires practices to take an integrated and collaborative approach, including building stronger physician/administrator teams and creating innovative relationships with employers, payers and other providers.
The MGMA 2015 Business of Care Delivery Conference will offer medical group practices the tools they need to successfully evolve their organization to embrace the new patient-centric, collaborative care models. All aspects of the conference are intended to drive change for the future. You’ll learn from innovators and thought leaders, challenge ideas through discussion and debate and share best practices.
Plan to join your colleagues March 29-31 in Austin to collaborate and grow in a peer-to-peer learning environment. Sign up to receive more information as it becomes available.
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This year's education program will feature practical tools, case studies and sessions from practice teams that have successfully moved to new delivery models.
Whether you're beginning the journey or have already made the transition and need ways to improve, the education sessions will provide leading-edge knowledge and strategies to ensure that your practice is successful in the new value-based environment.
Design your conference schedule around one area or mix sessions from several areas for a comprehensive overview of the business of care delivery.
Content areas focus on patient-centric, value-based systems of care delivery.
Empower and engage: Empowering and engaging patients, physicians and payers in the successful transition of care delivery from the fee-for-service model
Collaborate and integrate: Models of collaboration, integration and innovation
Optimize operations: Essential knowledge, processes, best practices and design necessary to prepare
Technology toolbox: Opportunities to better understand the new technology applications that enable effective and efficient strategies, operations and business intelligence to solve the challenges of implementing patient-centric, value-based systems of care delivery.
The complete education schedule will be available in late fall 2014. Sign up to receive information when it becomes available.
The MGMA 2015 Business of Care Delivery Conference will feature several dynamic networking opportunities, giving you the chance to connect with peers and industry experts. Plan to attend the post session discussions, hot topic sessions and networking reception, visit with exhibitors, attend lunch with your colleagues and more. You'll even be able to start the conversation early in the MGMA 2015 Business of Care Delivery Conference discussion group in the MGMA Member Community.
Who should attend
Conference attendees have both administrative and clinical roles and are employed by practices and organizations representing a variety of ownership structures. All attendees have responsibility and accountability for their organizations' long-term success and sustainability.
Attendee job titles include, but are not limited to, practice administrator, physician, director of operations, vice president, chief operating officer, chief executive officer, director of clinical services, medical director, care coordinator, clinical compliance manager and director of quality improvement.
Hyatt Lost Pines Resort
575 Hyatt Lost Pines Road
Lost Pines, Texas 78612
Explore this luxurious Texas wilderness escape, nestled between Austin and Bastrop, Texas. The Hyatt Lost Pines Resort features comfortable rooms, luxurious amenities, and on-site recreation adjacent to more than 1,100 acre wilderness area of McKinney Roughs Nature Park. In your free time, schedule a visit to the spa, or a round of golf at the championship course or just relax by the pool. From horseback riding to river kayaking excursions, strolls along the peaceful grounds or visits to the nature preserve, there is something for everyone! At the end of the day, go stargazing and find a brand new appreciation of the Austin area.
SuperShuttle provides transportation to and from the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines and the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport 24 hours a day. At the airport, follow the signs from the baggage claim area to the SuperShuttle ticket counter located near baggage carousel No. 1. Please call 800.258.3826 for specific pricing or visit the SuperShuttle website for online reservations. SuperShuttle recommends 24-hours' advance notice for trips from the hotel to the airport.
Taxis are available on the baggage claim level at the airport. Most taxis can accommodate up to four passengers. The cost before gratuity is approximately $45 one way. Please check for minimum rates. Taxis from the hotel to the airport or downtown Austin should be scheduled 24 hours in advance.
Private town cars and car rentals
Private town cars to the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport can be arranged through R&R Limo. You can make reservations by calling 512.947.7433 or by email. Pre-payment with a credit card is required.
Car rentals are available through Enterprise Rent-A-Car. If you wish to pick up a car at the airport, call the airport Enterprise office at 512-530-8100.
Please see the concierge for information on transportation options and costs between the hotel and downtown Austin.
Housing and registration will open in late fall 2014.
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