CCA Executive Director to Speak at Population Health and Care Coordination Colloquium


The Care Continuum Alliance is a cosponsor of the 13th Population Health and Care Coordination Colloquium, and Fred Goldstein, CCA Executive Director (interim) will take part on the closing session: Health Leaders Panel — What Does the Future Hold? 

The Jefferson School of Population Health will host their annual Population Health and Care Coordination Colloquium, March 13-15, 2013 in Philadelphia at the Downtown Marriott Hotel.  This 3-day conference will focus on a number of timely issues, including the impact of health reform, the importance of collaboration and innovation, shared decision making, new wellness and prevention initiatives, health information technology, and the importance of educating current and future leaders in health care.  For full program information, go to 

Prior to the formal opening of the conference, there will be a special evening program on Tuesday, March 12th on the campus of Thomas Jefferson University.  The Tuesday Evening Book Club – AUTHORS and EXPERTS, will feature dinner and discussion with the distinguished authors of select new works pertaining to health care.  For registration information and a complete list of authors participating in this exciting event, please click here.  (This program is not included in the conference and requires a separate registration; the event fee is $145.)

Attendance at the Colloquium is being offered both live and via the Internet. Online conference registration includes the live Internet feed from the Colloquium, plus six months of continued archived Internet access, available 24/7. Participants will have the ability to attend the Colloquium no matter where they are during the live program!

The Colloquium is being co-located with the Fourth National Medical Home Summit. The 2 conferences will share a joint plenary session, and shared exhibit hall and meal functions.

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