Reversing America's
Chronic Disease Crisis

October 12 + 13, 2022
9:30 am–12 pm PT / 12:30–3pm ET (Virtual)
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Join us for 2022's premier virtual conference on the future of chronic care

The more things change in healthcare, the more they stay the same. In the last few years, we made major advances in vaccine development, virtual care, and biopharmaceutical research. Yet some fundamental challenges seem as intractable as ever—health inequity, chronic disease, and caring for a rapidly aging population. We know we can tackle big problems if we commit to a sustained and focused effort. What if we applied bold “moonshot” thinking to the biggest health issues of our time?
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Reversing Chronic Disease through New Care Models

The COVID-19 pandemic drastically accelerated the adoption of telehealth and virtual care models. In the years to come, how can we leverage innovative new technologies and data to transform the provider/patient relationship and reverse the progression of chronic disease?

In Search of Health Equity: From Ideas to Reality

Disparities in health outcomes among patients with chronic conditions reveal deep, systemic inequities across race, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status. And while health equity has been an important topic of conversation, the hard work to actually reduce inequities requires bold risk-taking and constant iteration. How are leading health plans and employers chipping away at disparities to make more equitable care a reality?

How to Combat the Rx Cost Crisis

Many Americans with diabetes and other chronic conditions struggle to pay for their medications, often even going into debt to pay for insulin or other vital prescriptions. With no end in sight to rising drug costs for both patients and payers, what can be done to relieve the financial burden of type 2 diabetes and other chronic conditions?

Innovative Care Solutions for Older Adults

Over the next two decades, tens of millions of Americans will turn 65, shifting the high costs of chronic care to rapidly growing Medicare Advantage plans. From assistive technology to community-based support, older adults deserve care models that support their dignity and improve their quality of life. How are leading health plans preparing for this shift?