Children’s National, with sponsorship from Cerner Corporation, is excited to announce the first Population Strategies for Children’s Health Summit on February 19 – 20, 2018 at The Westin in Washington, D.C. This is the first summit focused exclusively on comprehensive population health management approaches that can help children reach their highest levels of health and potential.
Join us in developing new ideas and best practices that engage millennial healthcare consumers and address challenges pediatric providers face in transitioning to value-based care. You’ll learn how population health management strategies can improve care quality for an entire pediatric population in a way that supports your health system’s bottom line.
Speakers at the summit will focus on topics such as:
- Health policy
- Care coordination
- Physician engagement
- Registries and risk stratification
- Health disparities
- Taking on risk
Get a sneak peek of the featured Millennial Panel discussion on February 20:
The current and future state of health care from a consumer’s perspective
Health care is a dynamic, constantly evolving entity. This three-person panel plus moderator takes on the consumer point of view to discuss what is and isn’t working in health care today. The panel consists of a pediatrician and mom of a child with Type 1 diabetes and a 15-year-old Type 1 diabetes patient. They’ll share their experiences and thoughts about how they believe health care will progress in the future.
For more information about the 2018 Population Strategies for Children’s Health Summit, please visit our website.