Top 10 Reasons to Attend CCA Forum 2013

1Peer-Driven program

All members of the CCA Forum program committee are active in the population health industry and curate a program based on what their peers have identified as needed.

2Peer-reviewed educational sessions

Our educational sessions are science-based and outcomes driven. They pass a rigorous peer review process so that our attendees can rest assured of the quality of the program.

3Juried awards program

The juried awards program was very successful last year, and it is back by popular demand. Attendees know that presenters will be on their toes…and that’s good.

4Keynotes that pump you up

Keep an eye out for the list of keynotes coming soon. You will hear from the biggest names in mHealth, big data, population health policy, health insurance exchanges, and much more.

5For Value, implementation
matters… truly

You will learn how to implement population health models and programs, and how to measure their value on investment.

6Executive Leadership Institute

This year we are offering a Health Care Executive Leadership Institute focused on the key policy and business trends that affect the population health industry.

7Creative, interactive session formats

Yes, we are also tired of tiresome power point presentations. Our unparalleled educational sessions will comprise a variety of hands-on, interactive formats, from workshops to engaged presentations, and from posters to learning labs. Your take away is guaranteed.

8Networking opportunities abound

Make sure you come early on Wednesday and don’t leave till Saturday: top industry CEOs will kick off the conference heading our roundtable session, and it grows in intensity from there.

9The Solutions Zone

When we say this is the exhibit hall reinvented for engagement, we are not spinning. Take part on the Walking Learning Labs to understand how to implement these solutions. Network and test drive the tools and gadgets. Can’t tell you, you got to see it!

10Employers Training Institute

Know What You Pay For: Roadmap to Assess Success of Employer Offered Wellness Programs.