PHA Forum 2014: Engagement by Design, Engaging for Success

PHA Forum 2014 Educational Sessions 

The increasing focus on engagement and the interest shown by the Population Health Alliance’s members and the industry at large led us to make it the theme of this year’s annual conference, PHA Forum 2014: Communicate + Collaborate = Engage.

Engagement has become the critical issue in population health. Purchasers of population health programs are recognizing the importance of creating high sustainable engagement rates; while program providers can no longer just design and launch the best evidence based program, and expect that consumers will come. Engagement requires unique expertise, program design and incentives in the various population health delivery models.

The presentations in the Excelling in Engagement track by experts from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee, Telligen, Welltok and Highmark will provide attendees with recipes for success, in provider and member engagement, incentives program design and engaging the unique moderate risk population. Whether a purchaser, provider or population health program vendor, you’ll gain valuable insights from these engaging sessions.

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Register today for the PHA Forum 2014


From ‘ABCs’ to the ‘SITs’ to Implement Population Health


Frances Martini, RN, BSN, MBA, Director, Population Health Management, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee

Effective Patient and Provider Engagement: Integrating the Medical Home into the Coordinated Neighborhood


Paul Mulhausen, MD, MHS, FACP, Chief Medical Officer, Telligen

 Key Success Factors to Optimize Program Design, Execution and Compliance


Michael Dermer, Senior Vice President, Chief Incentive Officer, Welltok

Paul Puopolo, Vice President of Business Innovation and Development, Highmark, Inc.

Denise Brock, Director, Clinical Platform Products, Highmark, Inc.

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