The Leading Forum on Population Health Innovations
The Colloquium is the foremost gathering of the most influential people in healthcare transformation. Gain insights on critical business solutions from leaders across the health ecosystem and discover new approaches on the leading edge of innovation.
Population health has become a leading strategic priority across the industry, and the field has experienced tremendous growth over the past year. New collaborations, relationships and partnerships are being created with the goal of improving health, reducing costs and increasing access. Community stakeholders are partnering with established healthcare organizations, employers are building direct relationships with healthcare providers and patients are becoming more actively involved in their health and health care. Across the industry, stakeholders are working together to understand how to best make the transition to value-based care. We are excited for the opportunities and ready to face the challenges ahead.
Practicing population health is more important than ever! As healthcare leaders, we understand the implications of socioeconomic disparities and are working to transform care delivery to meet the specific needs of each community. Advances in technology, data analytics and precision medicine will allow us to harness and cultivate data and information into practical solutions. Join us at the 22nd Population Health Colloquium as we showcase the groundbreaking work of organizations that are leading this transformational change!
The Colloquium will bring together healthcare providers, payers, pharmaceutical executives, leading technology and solutions companies, academia and government to highlight advances in population health. National and regional thought leaders will examine industry trends and share their expert insights, best practices and case studies.
The Jefferson College of Population Health is proud to serve as the exclusive Academic Partner for the Colloquium.
Listen in to this episode of PopHealth Week with hosts Fred Goldstein and Gregg Masters, MPH as they speak with David Nash MD, Founding Dean Emeritus at Jefferson College of Population Health & Co-Chair of this event.