MGMA 2015 Business of Care Delivery® Conference
March 29-31, 2015 | Austin
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.
To improve quality outcomes and the patient experience, while reducing costs, providers and payers are looking to transform healthcare delivery. This 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.
Register by Feb. 20 and save $200.
Starting from Scratch: Building a New Kind of Healthcare System
Rushika Fernandopulle, MD, founder and chief executive officer, Iora Health, Cambridge, Mass.
Fernandopulle is founder of Iora Health, a network of clinics that seeks to rebuild the healthcare delivery model from scratch in the United States. This session will provide a glimpse of how Iora is accomplishing that goal.
The Iora model starts by changing everything from the fee-for-service payment structure to the staffing to the information technology systems in order to give more agency to patients and deliver better healthcare at lower cost. Every patient gets a personal physician as well as a personal health coach from the community, who stay in close contact during and between office visits and who are available by email, text, video and in person. At the core of the model is the recognition that you must create relationships based on listening and trust to improve medical outcomes, rather than purely medical intervention
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.
To view the full conference program, including speakers, session overviews and learning objectives, download the full conference brochure.