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Save the Date for November 2024

The RISE Population Health Summit
Focusing on Prevention for Overall Good Health and Long-Term Success

The RISE Population Health Summit unites forward-focused innovators from across population health management. This summit provides information to health care specialists on emerging strategies and proven best practices that will reduce the cost of members' health by identifying unique ways to alter their existing lifestyles and environments.

Join your peers to discuss preventative measures and wellness, improve patient outcomes, and the impact of modern technology on population health. 

Stay tuned for details on next year's event.


Who Should Attend

This event is designed primarily for Health Service Departments and Clinical Groups at Medicare, Medicaid, and Commercial Health Plans and is beneficial for mid- to senior-level professionals with responsibilities in the following areas:

  • Clinical Services

  • Medical Management

  • Case/Disease Management

  • Population Health and Data Analytics
  • Behavioral & Mental Health

  • Substance Use Disorder

  • Pharmacy

  • Benefit & Network Management

  • Quality Improvement

  • Social Determinants of Health

Top Reasons to Attend

Our attendees return to this event year after year. Check out a few reasons they attended last year's summit: 

  • We are back in person with a 2-day conference where you can connect, network, and share best practices with population health thought leaders and peers

  • Stay up to date with the latest uses of AI and technology in population health

  • Explore the latest innovations in digital health and how these technologies can revolutionize chronic disease management

  • Discover new strategies on how to empower communities and foster collaborative efforts to reduce health inequalities and improve outcomes

  • Learn about the resources available to combat burnout to help improve communication and build a support system

  • Explore how clinically driven segmentation can move interventions upstream and improve ROI under value-based contracts

  • Understand multifactor challenges from healthcare provider perspective towards reluctance to engage hospice services

  • Get information on successful preventive care programs that have demonstrated positive impacts on reducing the risk of dementia in different population groups

  • Gain an understanding of the challenges faced when managing a population with a three-prong problem: substance use disorder (SUD), medical complexity, and a psychiatric diagnosis

  • Discuss and take away lessons learned from the pandemic fallout to improve future preparedness

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