Our Voice is Your Voice
Lakewood, New Jersey (PRWEB) October 18, 2017
NAQAP, the National Association of Quality Ancillary Providers, is holding its Fall Summit, a major industry conference examining the most crucial topics in today’s rapidly changing healthcare environment and how these changes might affect payers, ancillary providers, professional providers, policy experts and legislative authorities.
The highly-anticipated gathering represents a unique opportunity for individuals across the healthcare spectrum to engage with an exceptional roster of speakers who are influential leaders in their fields. It also provides attendees valuable opportunities to network with other key industry insiders, enabling them to lead their organization more effectively.
Beginning at 8:00am, the one-day event will take place October 18, 2017 at Seton Hall University School of Law, 1109 Raymond Blvd, Newark, NJ 07102. The cost of attendance is $79 for NAQAP members and $159 for non-members. Event registration and updates are available on the NAQAP website (http://www.naqap.com/healthcare-impact-series).
NAQAP Fall Summit organizers have amassed an exceptional roster of speakers and panelists, from CEOs of major hospitals to senior executives of payer organizations, including: Christopher Olivia, MD, CEO, Visiting Nurse Service of NY; Paul Vitale, CEO, Brightpoint Health; Omar Baker, MD, Co-President, Chief Quality and Safety Officer, Director of Performance Improvement, Riverside Medical Group; Steven Antico, Esq., Partner-Director, Garfunkel Wild, PC; Glenn MacFarlane, CEO, Aetna Better Health of New Jersey; Sal Ferragine, Market President/Complex Population Management, OptumHealth; Robert Hinckley, SVP, Strategy and Communications and Chief Strategy Officer, Capital District Physicians' Health Plan; Linda MacCracken, Sr. Principle, Accenture; Scott Rifkin, MD, CEO and Co-Founder, Mid-Atlantic Health Care; Dean Kathleen Boozang, Seton Hall University School of Law; Barry Ostrowsky, President and CEO, RWJBarnabas Health; and Michael Balboni, Executive Director, Greater New York Health Care Facilities Association.
Topics discussed will include: Emerging Models in the Non-Acute Care Setting, Understanding the New Payment Models, It's All About Data, and How Ancillary Providers Can Establish Direct Relationships With Hospital Providers.
NAQAP’s mission is to serve its members through its proprietary advocacy and networking capabilities, acting as a valuable platform allowing members to connect with other ancillary healthcare providers, payers, direct providers, and government and academic institutions. In addition, NAQAP ensures that its members are a vocal, recognized part of the accelerating shift in healthcare from volume to value-based care and reimbursement.
NAQAP was formed as a transformational advocacy association for ancillary healthcare providers. NAQAP serves its members through advocacy and education, and is a valuable platform enabling members to connect with other ancillary healthcare providers, payers, direct providers, and government and academic institutions. NAQAP is focused on six major areas: Advocacy, Compliance Training and CEU, Quality, IT and Support.