Friday, October 9, 2015

The PHA Forum 2015. the Premier Population Health Meeting

If you have any interest in medical costs, outcomes and consumerism, you really should think about attending the Population Health Alliance Forum November 2-4 in Washington DC.


The PHA is an advocacy and education association dedicated to advancing population health as a component of health reform.  The Population Health Blog likes the PHA because its membership is made up of a wide range of experts who have worked to translate the theoretical and fiduciary interests of insurers, payers, government and other stakeholders into real-world and sustainable programs. 

After rubbing elbows with these guys in meetings, hallways and over beverages, the PHB always walks away a little bit smarter.  If you go, you will too.


Great keynotes that connect policy, theory and reality;

A debate between wellness skeptic Al Lewis and widely published Ron Goetzel.

Instructive case studies that you won't hear about anywhere else;

Insights about monitoring and communication technologies;

Continuing education credits;

You'll get to meet PHA CEO Fred Goldstein and the other outstanding PHA team members;

The PHB will be there!

Registration information here.

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