Improve care for patients, improve the health of populations and reduce per capita health care costs – those are the goals of the Triple Aim, the landmark article published in 2008 to reform the U.S. health care system. A decade later, how are we doing as a nation and region? And what does the future of health care look like? Those are the questions experts will answer during this all-day forum.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26
8:30am – 4pm
2 Templeton Terrace
Buffalo, NY 14202
Advance registration required at tripleaim.eventzilla.net
Includes breakfast, lunch & networking session
UB – University at Buffalo School of Management
American College of Healthcare Executives
Nancy H. Nielsen, MD, PhD
Senior Associate Dean for Health Policy and Clinical Professor
Executive in Residence for Health Care Administration
Four panels of leaders from the region’s top health systems, insurers, physician groups and community health organizations
- Health systems: Catholic Health, Kaleida Health and Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center.
- Health plans: HealthNow, Independent Health and Univera Healthcare.
- Physicians: Buffalo Medical Group, Jericho Road Community Health Center and UBMD Family Medicine.
- Community advocates: African-American Health Disparities Task Force, Erie County Department of Senior Services and Population Health Collaborative.
Cost: $100 alumni; $125 non-members; $25 students