Boston is a center of medical discovery and technological innovation in health care. But technology alone will not solve the troubles facing our health care system. Improving quality and reducing cost will require innovative new models of care delivery. With a keynote address by Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker, this event includes Boston’s community of health care providers, payers, policy makers, and academics who built the Massachusetts health coverage reform legislation which became the model for the Affordable Care Act.
Exchange ideas, explore what works, what doesn’t, and capture lessons learned in a day that addresses how to affordably and intelligently impact a patient’s course of care. This event aims to put a stake in the ground, crafting a vision of health services innovation for the future and creating a strategy and plan of execution to achieve measurable and continuous improvement across the care spectrum. The lineup of Boston-area leaders in health care is now online, click here to explore the program details.
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