What is the PHA Forum 2014? The Keynotes

By Fred Goldstein, PHA Executive Director

Bringing you insights, ideas and successes from the large-scale community based population health initiatives to best practices in population health including the new age of analytics, apps and engagement, the PHA Forum 2014 has it all.  It’s the go to place to understand population health and what works. It’s not about the fluff or the hoopla, but the substance behind population health. What are some of the big issues we face, whose doing some really interesting stuff, what does the business community think and can we look beyond our own borders?

These are just a few of the issues the Visionaries Series Keynote Speakers discuss.  Hear from:

Esther Dyson

Wow, astronaut trainee, early stage Angel Investor, writer, and more; and now she wants to create communities of health?  I’ve got to hear that.  Esther will focus on her new initiative The Way to Wellville.  Hear about the idea, the process, what she hopes to learn and share and early results from this privately launched initiative.

 

 

David Nash, MD, MPH

Who better to discuss where we are and where we are going than the Founding Dean of the first school of population health at a medical school in the entire country. From his perch at Jefferson, his board position with Humana, as the Editor of the Journal Population Health Management, (the official journal of the Population Health Alliance and his programs shaping future generations of population health leaders, David has his pulse on the industry, the science behind it and its future.

 

Kaveh Safavi, MD, JD

It’s a big world out there, and they do population health too.  Kaveh Safavi, the Managing Director Global Health for Accenture, sees and works on many of these initiatives. He’ll bring his expertise and experience to Forum 2014 and help us learn from initiatives outside our borders.

 

 

Brian Klepper, PhD

Brian’s known for saying it like it is.  I’ve seen many individuals from the health care industry sit in stunned silence as he presents his ideas on why it costs so much and how to fix it; you know sometimes we can’t point to the other guy. Population Health is one of the key components to a solution, but only if we also consider costs and utilization and some of the drivers of inappropriate behavior from the provider side.  I can tell you this one will be interesting!

Only at the PHA Forum 2014 will you hear from this diverse group of great Keynote speakers.

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