MedAxiom Fall 2015 CV Transformation Conference – Event PreviewPosted on: 10.22.15 by Digirad
MedAxiom’s highly anticipated Fall ’15 CV Transformation Conference will be held in Dallas, Texas from October 23-25, 2015. Attendees will gather with industry leaders to to discuss industry trends, practical business applications and best practices.
Featuring presentations from the nation’s top thought leaders, including keynote speaker Dr. Michael S. Cuffe, President and CEO of the Physician Services Group for Tennessee-based Hospital Corporation of America (HCA), organizations will learn how to stay ahead of the curve in today’s rapidly changing and complex health care environment. From timely general session topics to detailed breakout presentations and more intimate POD group discussions, attendees will have a variety of opportunities to gain in-depth insight and real-world solutions for the challenges we face as an industry.
Digirad recently spoke with Patrick White, President of MedAxiom, who shared his excitement about the conference, the topics to be discussed, and the programs to be launched. He highlighted the pre-conference arena where they’ll be kicking off a 4-part Physician Leadership Series led by Dr. Ed Walker, founding director of the University of Washington Healthcare Leadership Development Alliance.
During the conference, cardiovascular service line management agreements will be a hot topic as will be the idea of population health, and MACRA (Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act). White takes pride in the fact that many of the presentations and case studies are given by MedAxiom members. “The benefit to the attending member is that they can listen to one of their peers speak about a specific problem they encountered, the intervention and the results. We bring people together which helps them learn from each other very quickly. That really accelerates the learning curve,” White said.
Digirad will be an exhibitor at the conference. Visit us in the exhibit hall and we look forward to seeing you in Dallas.