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Events Calendar

picOn this calendar you will find CAHP-sponsored events or events of high importance to our membership and industry. All are welcome to attend unless otherwise noted.

 

May 2019

CAHP Seminar Series: Social Determinants of Health

May 29, 2019
Marriott Burbank Airport Hotel & Convention Center

Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) is a term intended to capture all the environmental factors that impact a person’s health. This is an increasingly common term in the health care landscape and has real world impacts on the way health care is being delivered and paid for. Additionally, it has changed the perspective of consumers, payers, and providers to acknowledge the important role that SDOH have on both individual consumers and health care system overall. There are many facets to this movement to more integrated care and it has created new pathways and partnerships along with innovation in care delivery and financing. This is part of a national dialogue and California is a leader in piloting various mechanisms to improve outcomes, increase quality, and reduce unnecessary health care spending.

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June 2019

CCX – The Changing Economics & Science of Cancer Care

June 13-14, 2019
Lake Tahoe, California

How will you strategically prepare for the rapid changes in cancer care? Faculty include:

John Gunn -- Former COO/CFO, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Razelle Kurzrock, MD, PhD -- Sr. Deputy Director, UCSD Moores Cancer Center
Ron Winslow -- Former Senior Health Correspondent, Wall Street Journal
Steven Grubbs, MD – Vice President, Clinical Affairs, ASCO
Michael Kupferman, MD -- SVP, Clinical and Academic Network Development, MD Anderson Cancer Center
Michael Meyer -- President, Meyer Consulting

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CAHP Seminar Series: Behavioral Health: A Complex and Integral Part of the Health Care System

June 26, 2019
Marriott Burbank Airport Hotel & Convention Center

Behavioral Health has become an increasingly important component of routine health care. The correlation between negative health outcomes and unaddressed behavioral health and substance use disorder issues is clear. The health care industry has developed innovative delivery and financing arrangements with the goal of aligning incentives across systems and providing more comprehensive care to deliver better outcomes. Investments in behavioral health services and resources at the federal, state, and county levels has increased awareness and access to services and provided a national platform to discuss how health care providers and payers can work collaboratively. The wide array of behavioral health disorders creates a situation where patients, providers, consumers, advocates, government, and health plans must all create a dynamic and integrated system that provides the necessary supports in the community and at the traditional points of care.

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October 2019

Save the Date! CAHP Annual Conference

October 21-23, 2019 - JW Marriott Desert Springs

 

 

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