ACHP Featured at Industry Event on the Future of Health Policy

At Modern Healthcare’s annual Leadership Symposium, the ACHP President and CEO Ceci Connolly spoke with fellow industry leaders about the future of health care policy. Shrinking margins, economic uncertainty and persistent health disparities are just a few of the major challenges healthcare leaders face today. In this discussion, a diverse panel of policy experts discussed the biggest issues effecting the industry and the long-term health care policy solutions needed.

The Future of Health Care Policy: A Candid Discussion

Moderator: Paul Keckley, Managing Editor, The Keckley Report

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Ceci Connolly also moderated a session on health care disruptors at the annual symposium. With employers and patients paying more each year for health care, new players are entering the space hoping to make an impact. In this session, some of the newest entrants to the industry discussed their motivations to disrupt healthcare and how they plan to do it. They also talked about how providers and insurers can partner closer with them.

Hearing from Healthcare’s Disruptors

Moderator: Ceci Connolly, President and Chief Executive Officer, Alliance of Community Health Plans

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ACHP is the voice of a unique approach in health care today, one that puts the patient at the center with plans and clinical teams collaborating to improve health outcomes and reduce costs. Our advocacy focuses on providing policymakers with tested solutions, rooted in a model that is proven to deliver better value for patients, employers and taxpayers.

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