Thursday, November 17, 2011

You’re Invited: Best Case Studies and Market Success Strategies at the Medicare Congress

A note from 9th Annual Medicare Congress Conference Chair, Kevin Mowll, Vice President, Medicare Products – Capital District Physicians Health Plan:

Medicare Advantage plans are scrambling to develop new strategies to combat recent changes including competition from ACOs, the Star Ratings system, and an earlier enrollment period. Along with these new challenges, plans face the ongoing headaches of acquiring new members, identifying fraud and waste, ensuring audit-readiness, and controlling costs while boosting revenue. But the most attention-worthy news for 2012 is the presidential election - What happens next November will surely influence our healthcare system.

That is why I would like to invite you to attend IIR’s 9th Annual Medicare Congress, February 6-8 at the Loews Portofino Hotel in Orlando, Florida. Attending this event will give you access to over 40 top-notch industry speakers while networking with over 50 experts in the Medicare marketplace. This is an event you cannot afford to miss. To learn more, I invite you to download the Event Brochure.

Topics covered include:
  • • Case Study - Crisis into Opportunity: Keeping your Business Going (and Growing) while Sanctioned
  • • Top Rated: Medical Homes, ACOs, and Other Tools that can Improve your Star Rating
  • • Politics as Usual: Debate on the 2012 Election’s Impact on Healthcare, Medicare, and the ACA
  • • Stratify Risk by Predicting the Financial Cost of Seriously Ill Patients
  • • Prepare for and Survive RADV Audits
  • • Build a Cost-Efficient Part D Formulary
  • • Value-Based Payment Models: What Works, what Doesn’t, and Why
For more information about this conference including its latest up-to-date agenda, and to register, please visit our webpage.  Be sure to mention priority code XP1707BLOG for a chance to receive 25% off the standard rate.

Thank you very much, and I look forward to seeing you this winter in sunny Florida!

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