Exchange Conference

Exchanges: Are You Ready? 

Health plans across the country continue to focus on Health Insurance Exchanges and the opportunities they offer to provide better access and higher quality health care for millions of Americans.  Among the many challenges health plans and those developing Exchanges face is that there are multiple models being implemented and significant state-to-state variation. 

As we await additional Federal Guidance on Exchanges and the November General Elections, attending AHIP’s Exchange Conference, December 5-6 in Chicago, will be more important than ever.  The mix of sessions will cover immediate steps required, and mid- to long-term decisions necessary to successfully participate in Exchanges. 

Whether your organization is just starting the discussions about Exchanges, or are deep into planning, you’ll leave this program feeling like you are better prepared. You’ll be filled with smart ideas, lessons learned, and considerations that may not be on your organization’s radar.

For those who have attended other conferences in our “Preparing for Exchanges” educational series, you’ll want to join us again. As more and more work is done on Exchanges, the lessons learned keep growing, and technology solutions keep emerging, the agendas for these programs evolve and the latest information will be shared in the December program.

If you haven’t attended one of our Exchange programs in the past, you’ll be glad you took the time to attend this program. Each conference has closed with participants sharing how valuable it was, and looking forward to the next program. 


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Fall Forum December 3-5
Health Care Reform and Your Plan’s Operations

AHIP’s Fall Forum, focused on IT and operational issues surrounding implementing health care reform, takes place immediately before our December Exchange Conference. It’s the same week, in the same location – ideal to double the learning in a single trip. Click here for details.


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