2015 Southern California State of Reform Health Policy Conference

DJ Wilson, stateofreform.com

October 23, 2015

The Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to be a Major Sponsor of the 2015 Southern California State of Reform Health Policy Conference being held on Nov. 6. The event convenes senior health care executives and health policy leaders from across the spectrum of care to dialogue on the most pressing issues facing health care today. This conference relies on a Convening Panel of folks which you will recognize as a diverse set of thought leaders, policy makers and executives from a wide range of California’s health care sector.
 
Chamber members can utilize a 30 percent discount code by registering for the event with the code CHAMBER. The event is held at the JW Marriott at LA Live and is an all day, single day conference.
 
The Topical Agenda is built around the most pressing and practical issues facing health care today. For instance, the sessions range from topics on Medi-Cal financing, panels with legislative leadership, and social determinants of health all the way over to population health advancement, federal health policy and the integration of mental and physical health.
 
All told there will be about 90 different speakers taking part in the conference. You can see a complete run down from the Detailed Agenda.
 
The event is complemented by news and analysis provided at State of Reform where they follow California health care and policy activity. Their newsletter, “5 Things We’re Watching” provides market and policy intelligence for the California health care community. They also cover a series of other states throughout much of the western United States.
 
This event will be tremendously helpful for health care organizations – and those firms that pay for health care – to better understand what’s happening in the industry here in Southern California. I would encourage you to register and bring your leadership team with you on Nov. 6!



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