Featured Speakers

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  • Brian Silverstein, MD
    President, HC Wisdom and Member, OSF Healthcare System Board of Directors

    Population Health: Is It the Secret Sauce?

  • Wendy Sue Swanson, MD
    Executive Director of Digital Health, Seattle Children's Hospital, Clinical Instructor, University of Washington, and Author, SeattleMamaDoc blog and MamaDoc Medicine

    How 140 Characters Are Changing Health Care

  • Patrick Conway, MD, MSc
    Deputy Administrator for Innovation & Quality and Chief Medical Officer, CMS

    A New Way to Pay

  • David Nash, MD, MBA
    Founding Dean, Jefferson School of Population Health

    Population Health: Is It the Secret Sauce?

  • Robert Nesse, MD
    Chief Executive Officer, Mayo Clinic Health System

    Embracing the New Future of Care Delivery

  • Eric Gascho
    Assistant Vice President of Government Affairs, National Health Council

    Innovative Models for Today's Consumer

  • Christine Hunter, MD
    Chief Medical Officer, US Office of Personnel Management

    Innovative Models for Today's Consumer

  • Karen Staniforth
    Chief Operating Officer, Health Dialog

    Innovative Models for Today's Consumer

  • Mark Wagar
    President, Heritage Medical Systems

    Innovative Models for Today's Consumer

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New Care Models for the New Healthcare Consumer

Join your AMGA colleagues at National Harbor and enjoy a chance to learn, network and take away practical tools to help you meet today’s challenges. IQL15 will educate and inspire your entire team with tracks designed for critical roles within your medical group or health system.

New Care Models for the New Healthcare Consumer

Institute for Quality Leadership

Today, there is a rapidly emerging environment in health care, and it presents opportunities to engage patients in staying well and improving their health. Innovative technologies are exploding on the scene, offering new avenues to improve care and expand the reach of healthcare services while lowering costs. Novel payment methods are aligning payers and providers to improve outcomes and promote accountability. In addition, there is growing interest among patients in self-monitoring their health data, using technology to connect with their providers, care teams, friends, and families.

This new environment requires fundamental changes in how, where, and when medical groups deliver care. As more financial responsibility continues to shift to patients and new technologies transform the patient-care team interaction, AMGA members are pioneering ways to engage and treat patients, promote wellness, and manage population health and risk. The AMGA 2015 Institute for Quality Leadership Annual Conference (IQL15) will focus on how to build and sustain fresh approaches to meet new patient expectations.

IQL15 is the ideal educational and networking event for the leadership suite of your organization—Chief Executive Officer/Chair/ President; Chief Administrative Officer/Chief Operating Officer; Chief Medical Officer/Medical Director; and Quality Director/Officer. In addition to the educational and networking opportunities in the main program, part of the conference will feature the semi-annual meetings of the AMGA Leadership Councils representing those positions. Council members share ideas, strategies, and information with colleagues facing similar challenges, and these meetings will provide you with incredible value for the time and money invested.


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New Care Models for the New Healthcare Consumer

This is a remarkable opportunity for you to learn how to take advantage of new ways to engage your patients in improving their health and staying well, and helping your group to succeed by providing increased value to the communities you serve.

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