The Future of Health Care
Please note that the Summit is now at capacity. We invite you to join our waitlist, and we’ll let you know if additional seats become available.
The Advisory Board Company is proud to present the 2015 Future of Health Care Summit on February 18 in Washington, D.C. The Summit brings together a variety of stakeholder perspectives; providers, payers, employers, policymakers, and disruptive innovators will explore the dynamics of this emerging health care purchasing landscape. The plenary sessions, keynote speeches and breakout panels will cover all angles: point of coverage, point of sale, and point of care.
Panel discussions to include:
- Update on the ACA Exchanges
- New Era of Private Exchanges and Defined Contribution
- Appealing to Price-Sensitive Patients
- Exploring the Future of Employer-Sponsored Insurance
- Evaluating the Role of Health Plans
- Navigating Narrow Networks
- Winning the Market for Convenient Care
- Harnessing Data to Engage Consumers
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Walmart to deliver summit keynote
Walmart is at the center of health care’s retail revolution—both as an activist employer and growing provider. It’s the largest private employer in the United States. It’s developed two national Centers of Excellence networks to contract directly with hospitals. And now it’s investing in storefront clinics nationwide with the goal of becoming the number-one health care provider in the country.
We’re excited to announce that Alex Hurd, Walmart’s senior director of Product Development, Growth, and Payer Innovation—Health & Wellness, will deliver the keynote address at the Future of Health Care Summit. Alex will discuss Walmart’s expanding set of health care initiatives, highlighting the organization’s perspective as the country’s largest private employer and a rapidly growing provider. There will also be an opportunity for live audience questions, so don’t miss your chance to ask about Walmart’s health care ambitions.
We’ll follow up if additional capacity becomes available.