Healthcare Collaborative

Healthcare Policy and Economics in 2022: Readiness for Your Association and Members


Date:
February 15, 2022,
8:30–11:30 a.m.
Location: Virtual
CAE Credit Hours: 3.0

About the Healthcare Collaborative
Chicago represents the largest geographic concentration of healthcare professional organizations in the United States. Chicago is also home to many of this nation's premier universities, hospitals, payers, patient organizations, innovators, and think tanks. With this critical mass, we have the opportunity to convene our healthcare community, help transcend industry segments, and facilitate collaborative solutions to the pressing challenges we all face.

Why healthcare executives will find this program valuable:

  • Explore 2022 healthcare trends and how to prepare your members accordingly
  • Gain insights around health equity, workforce resilience, and mental health services
  • Understand the five major forces that shape healthcare trends today

 

Top three takeaways:

  • Return with ideas on how to evolve your association staff to best anticipate, and meet the changes in the healthcare landscape
  • Determine how your association can be a bigger player and part of the conversation at the national level
  • How your association can best support healthcare clinicians and administrators as they face continued stress and burnout

 



Register Now

Take advantage of special pricing!
One time only to members and non-members $49 until February 8. Non-members use code HCC2022 to take advantage. 

Pricing for February 9–February 14:
Members: $49 / Non-Members: $69

Schedule of Events



8:30–8:45 a.m.

Welcome and Program Introduction
Speaker:
Laurie McGraw
Senior Vice President, Health Solutions, and President, AMA Innovations

8:45–9:40 a.m.

Healthcare Policy Perspective
Speaker:
Michelle Hood
Executive Vice President and COO, American Hospital Association

2021 found hospitals and health systems – along with our doctors, nurses, and other team members – again on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, working tirelessly to provide the best care for patients, families, and communities.

Amidst the pandemic, a record number of Americans cast their ballots and exercised their sacred right to vote.

The AHA’s mission with this new installment of Congress is to work jointly to provide relief for patients, clinicians, and healthcare systems to ensure a smooth recovery and rebuild a better health care system for the future.

In addition, the pandemic has illuminated ongoing challenges that have been made more difficult through the past two years, such as health equity, workforce resilience, and mental health services.

Join this session for an intimate conversation with one of the AHA’s senior policy officials as these critical issues are discussed, as well as how all healthcare associations can become part of the conversation.

9:40–9:55 a.m.

Break

9:55–10:50 a.m.

Megatrends and Tipping Points that will Define Success in the "New Normal"
Speaker:
Paul Keckley
Editor, The Keckley Report

Healthcare is going through a gut check. The volume and velocity of change have never been seen before. What are all the forces driving that change, other than the pandemic?

Five major forces are changing the way healthcare is delivered and financed in the US. Understand what those are, and how hospitals, physicians, insurers, device manufacturers and pharma may respond. As a senior healthcare association executive, how might you help your organization to shape the things to come for healthcare consumers and patients?

10:50–11:30 a.m.

Reactor Panel
A group of seasoned healthcare luminaries will react to trends and forecasts outlined this morning, and what they mean for association executives. Come prepared with your questions and thoughts on how healthcare association leadership should respond to issues facing the healthcare industry and profession today, and how to create future-ready organizations to prepare members for what lies ahead.

Moderator:
Linda Caradine-Poinsett

CEO, American College of Prosthodontists

Panelists:

Michelle Hood
Executive Vice President and COO, American Hospital Association
Paul Keckley
Editor, The Keckley Report
Stephanie Mercado
CEO, National Association for Healthcare Quality
Marvin Lindsey
CEO, Community Behavioral Healthcare Association of Illinois

 



Register Now

Take advantage of special pricing!
One time only to members and non-members $49 until February 8. Non-members use code HCC2022 to take advantage. 

Pricing for February 9–February 14:
Members: $49 / Non-Members: $69

Healthcare Collaborative Partners



Title Partners

Supporting Partner


Founding Supporting Partner

 

Healthcare Collaborative Advisory Committee

Name Title Organization
Thomas Arend, CAE CEO American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
Pat Blake CEO Heart Rhythms Society 
Deborah Bowen, FACHE, CAE President and CEO American College of Healthcare Executives
Linda Caradine-Poinsett, PhD, MBA, MJ, Co-Chair CEO American College of Prosthodontists
Steven Collens CEO MATTER
Laura M. Downes, CAE CEO Arthroscopy Association of North America
Matthew D'Uva, FASAE, CAE CEO American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases
Greg Heidrich CEO Society of Actuaries
Matt Hornberger, CAE, MBA CEO Association of Diabetes Care & Education Specialists
Marvin Lindsey, MSW, CADC CEO Community Behavioral Healthcare Association of Illinois
Laurie McGraw, Co-Chair Senior Vice President, Health Solutions American Medical Association
Stephanie Mercado, CAE CEO/Executive Director National Association for Healthcare Quality
Bob Moore, CAE Executive Director American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians
Paul Pomerantz, CAE, FASAE Chief Executive Officer American Society of Anesthesiologists
Roger Quick Founder and Vice Chairman Quick Leonard Kieffer International
Rich Schuch, Ed.D Sr. Director Education & Operations American College of Chest Physicians
Terrence Sykes, MBA Chief Development Officer Emergency Nurses Association
Rich Waters, MBA VP Marketing & Communications American Board of Medical Specialties