**COVID-19 Update – After careful consideration, the Fall Managed Care Forum Leadership have made the decision to convert the in-person 2020 Fall Managed Care Forum, scheduled to take place October 7-9 in Las Vegas, to a multi-day virtual conference on the same dates. Additional details to come shortly. Contact Jeremy Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
2021 Spring Managed Care Forum
April 22-23, 2021 | Gaylord Palms Resort | Orlando, Florida
The Managed Care Forum is a two-day, accredited educational and networking opportunity designed to provide the appropriate tools, resources and knowledge to improve patient outcomes in healthcare environments.
Some of the audiences served by the forum include:
- Medical directors
- Dermatologists, oncologists, and other practicing physicians
- Managed care nurses, nurse case managers, nurse consultants, RNs, LPN/LVNs, nursing directors, and chief nursing officers
- Utilization managers
- Care coordinators
- Other healthcare executives
- Administrators from health plans, providers systems, employers, IPAs, PHOs, ACOs, and other integrated delivery systems
Each day of the Forum opens with a keynote that addresses a global topic relevant to managed care. Past topics have included the Future of Healthcare Delivery in Managed Care, Healthcare Reform, Lifestyle Medicine, and Medication Adherence Scoring.
The Managed Care Forums are a joint creation of the American Association of Integrated Healthcare Delivery Systems (AAIHDS), the American Association of Managed Care Nurses (AAMCN) and the NAMCP Medical Directors Institute.
Established in 1993, the American Association of Integrated Healthcare Delivery Systems (AAIHDS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the educational advancement of provider-based managed care professionals responsible for accountable and integrated healthcare delivery. Members include payer and provider-based managed care executives (i.e., VPs of Managed Care, CEOs and Board members of ACOs, IPAs, and PHOs, and other executives involved in integrated healthcare delivery systems and networks.
The American Association of Managed Care Nurses (AAMCN) was established in 1994 in response to an identified need to educate nurses about managed healthcare. The AAMCN is a non-profit membership association of Registered Nurses, Nurse Practitioners and Licensed Practical Nurses including top level administrators, managers, directors and consultants associated with a variety of managed healthcare organizations.
NAMCP was founded in 1991 to serve the educational interests and needs of physicians working in all forms of managed healthcare. NAMCP offers educational material, evidence-based tools, and resources to help Medical Directors from purchasers, plans, and provider systems to make effective and informed decisions. NAMCP resources help members respond to opportunities and challenges while helping improve healthcare outcomes, and ultimately the lives of members and patients.