PLATINUM HEALTH

 

The business of healthy aging and value-creation in U.S. healthcare’s fastest growing markets

March 19 – 22, 2019
Sea Island Resort
Sea Island, GA

 

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This unique Retreat focuses on the important and growing opportunities to create value and improve outcomes in the $1.7 trillion-dollar market for aging and, more specifically, our nation’s fastest-growing healthcare markets: Medicare Advantage, Medicaid, and commercial markets for senior living and long-term care.

ATTENDEES

Our Retreats draw key decision makers from leading health plans, investors and innovators of market-leading service providers, strategic heads and business-line leaders from biotech, pharma-life science companies, medical device companies and consumer technology manufacturers.

AGENDA

Our program features keynotes from global thought leaders, interactive panel debates, and immersive workshops and seminars. Curated 1-on-1 meetings and small-group outdoor excursions are designed for uniquely valuable networking and to help you discover new opportunities to collaborate and create value with fellow attendees. Our agenda features four content tracks:

TOPICS

SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH

A powerful framework for addressing tough health challenges, but how do we pay for services delivered through SDoH channels? Where are these strategies being applied with success? Can we use SDoH to deliver on U.S. healthcare’s pay-for-value goals?

COMMUNITY HEALTH

How can we combine real-world environments with digital strategies to build helpful, healthful and multi-faceted communities?

BRAIN HEALTH

Emotional well-being, mental health and brain diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s will burden us with unprecedented costs in the near future, making this the largest category in a PLATINUM HEALTH market. We’ll explore the best technologies and services to help us bend this cost curve.

PERSISTENT HEALTH

How do we combine our most advanced science for chronic disease management with our cutting-edge technologies for digital tracking and biosensing to push us beyond episodic “precision medicine” as we envision it today?