Sept 12: Last Day to Apply for the PHA Forum 2014 Walking Learning Labs

PHA Forum Logo Final-01Population Health Alliance Annual Conference, December 10-12, Scottsdale, Arizona

September 12th: Last day to submit your application for the PHA Forum 2014 Walking Learning Lab!

 

The labs will offer the opportunity for vendors to present live demonstrations of the application of key components of population health management.

  • Exclusive FREE opportunity for exhibitors
  • Rigorous selection process
  • Small group setting
  • FREE for attendees (pre-registration required and they filled up very quickly)

Walking Learning Labs Topics

  1. Employers: Population Health Management for YOUR population
  2. ACOs: Population Health Management for YOUR population
  3. Engagement again! So, how do we do it?

Learn more: http://populationhealthalliance.org/forum/exhibitors/pha-forum-walking-learning-labs.html

Two Steps to apply to be part of our Walking Learning Labs

Step #1

Pick your Innovator Hub (booth) early… we need time to develop the program. Innovator Booth Application
(To qualify to participate in the Walking Learning Lab you must have secured a booth in the Solutions Zone)

 Step #2

  • Select your 1st and 2nd choice for Walking Learning Labs.
  • For each choice, tell us what solution/strategy/tool you would demo and how it contributes to the objectives of that choice. (100 words maximum)

Apply NOW 

Questions? 

Call:   Cindy DeClark,
PHA Director Meetings, Special Events & Corporate Relations
(202) 737-5681

Email:  Cdeclark@populationhealthalliance.org

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