CCA Forum 2013 Launches Exhibit Hall Walking Learning Labs in Scottsdale, Arizona

The Solutions Zone expands the conference’s integrated learning experience with these hands-on tours of the exhibit floor at the CCA Forum 2013, October 23-25.

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CCA Forum, The Value of Population Health: Implementation Matters

Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) September 16, 2013

The Care Continuum Alliance’s annual conference, CCA Forum 2013, is launching a new feature, the Walking Learning Labs, which will further integrate the scientific sessions with the interactive experience of the exhibit hall, while highlighting the research efforts and outcomes of exhibitors, during the meeting October 23-25, in Scottsdale, Arizona.

The Walking Learning Labs will help attendees navigate The Solutions Zone, the exhibit hall reinvented for engagement, as an insider who will be guided to find the answer to some of the questions posed by each of the labs’ topics.

“Our exhibitors jumped at the opportunity to participate in the Walking Learning Labs,” said Karen Moseley, CCA Director of Research. “We received several very solid applications. This is not a pay to play opportunity. The labs were based on a set of criteria and had to fit in one of the topics of interest to CCA.”

The Walking Learning Labs were conceived as a way to make visible the connection among the CCA’s research agenda, the products, programs and initiatives of our members, and the most exciting and innovative work in the industry.

“These will be very hands-on labs in a small group setting. The exhibitors will have to bring their best game, because the people registering for the labs are showing strong interest and knowledge of the topic. We believe it is an unparalleled opportunity, and that’s why it has been so enthusiastically received by exhibitors and attendees alike,” said Moseley.

The Solutions Zone Walking Learning Labs
Thursday, October 24, 2013

1.    Analytics and Predictive Modeling for Risk Stratification: How does it work?
Participating Exhibitors: ActiveHealth Management, Aerocrine, Optum
2.    Technology and Engagement: How does it work?
Participating Exhibitors: Health Enhancement Systems, Telcare, TeleVox, Weight Watchers International
3.    Population Health Management in Provider Models: How does it work?
Participating Exhibitors: Cardiocom, emmi Solutions, Healthwise, Innovative HITECH Healthcare Solutions

The registration for the annual conference is now open. The Walking Learning Labs are free to attendees but are on first come first served basis, and limited availability.

Members of the media can request free press credentials.

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About the Care Continuum Alliance
The Care Continuum Alliance represents more than 200 organizations and individuals and aligns all stakeholders on the care continuum toward improving population health. Through advocacy, research and education, the Care Continuum Alliance advances strategies to improve care quality and outcomes and reduce preventable costs for the well and those with and at risk of chronic conditions. Learn more at http://www.carecontinuumalliance.org.


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