Thursday, June 10, 2010


From: Danya Burakoff, Conference Producer
Re: Call for Speakers & Presentations
Event Date: January 24-26, 2011
Event Venue: Scottsdale, Arizona


The Institute for International Research (IIR) is currently seeking presenters for the 8th Annual Medicare Congress. The Medicare Congress event brings together marketing and product development, operations and revenue management, medical management and compliance executives from the nation’s leading Health Plans to obtain practical tactics and long term strategies for sustainability in the Medicare marketplace in a health reform environment.

Email or call 646-895-7337 by Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Topics being discussed for 2011 include:

- What’s next for Medicare in a health reform environment
- What CMS wants and where it is headed in the coming year
- New business models to ensure financial stability
- Innovative marketing strategies for new member acquisition and member retention
- Best practices in recruiting and training insurance agents
- Clarity on the 5-star system
- Strategies to improve quality, ensure compliance, and improve operational efficiency
- Best Practices for System Organization & Workflow to enhance HCC Data & Outcomes
- Preparing for RADV audits
- Trends in healthcare information technology
- Risk adjustment strategies
- What’s next for the Special Needs Plans

Past speakers include Mark McClellan, John Gorman, Newt Gingrich, John Rother, Tricia Neuman, Krista Bowers, among many others.

We invite you to submit a proposal for a speaking opportunity directly to Danya Burakoff by June 23, 2010. Please send to or call 646-895-7337.
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Please note: Priority is given to Medicare health plans. A limited number of opportunities will be made available for Medicare solution providers or consultants to deliver presentations based on a variety of corporate sponsorships.

Do you want to reach this audience?

We have a limited number of slots available for solution providers/consultants.
People who wish to become part of the program should contact Andrew Sinetar, Sponsorship Manager, at 646.895.7484 or
Sessions will be 30-45 minutes including Q & A.

Visit The Medicare Congress' webpage here.

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