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The 2nd Annual: Next Generation in Managed Care IT

Posted Nov 11 2010 10:00am

The job of the managed care CIO is getting more important by the minute. Dramatic changes are coming to healthcare, and huge investments in managed care information technology are needed if health plans are going to survive this brave new world.

You’ve heard the buzz words: accountable care organizations, patient-centered medical homes, population management, care management, evidence-based medicine. A revolution is in the making, with game-changing implications for providers, insurers and patients.

That’s why Corporate Research Group is devoting a full day to Driving Change through Managed Care IT. This one-day conference will bring together top managed care IT executives and present best practices, new initiatives and lessons learned in the evolving role of managed care IT in provider payment models, care management, population management, and clinical reporting.

Last year’s event was SOLD OUT, so don’t miss your change to register early.

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Top Five Reasons to Attend:

  1. Find out how managed care IT is playing a key role in new provider payment models embedded in ACOs and patient-centered medical homes.
  2. Learn how to increase member utilization of online decision-support tools.
  3. Get the inside scoop on the technology behind population management.
  4. Assess the health plan investments in emerging healthcare technologies like EMRs, EHRs, e-prescribing, tele-health and remote monitoring.
  5. Get a handle on the technology behind health insurance exchanges.

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