The approximately 125 invitation-only healthcare leaders of HFMA’s Thought Leadership Retreat (TLR) convene for an in-depth conversation on intelligence, innovation, and the patient experience of care.

Executives will come together to make recommendations on redrawing the traditional boundaries of the health care system, outline interventions that impact health outcomes and highlight sustainable healthcare finance models. Health systems recognize the impact of social risk factors on patient health and the cost of providing care and how to impact these risk factors.

Presentations and discussions will include assessment of social risk and new processes in the collection of patient data, mining and unlocking knowledge captured in the electronic health record, and using machine learning, and artificial intelligence to build predictive models for assessing patient risk.  Then, how to use this data to develop care plans, interventions, community resources and partnerships that effectively improve the health of populations and ultimately lower the total cost of care.

Audience Makeup: 77% executive; 10% mid-level; 13% staff specialist/professional/other

Setting: 79% provider or health plan where 44% is hospital/system

Sponsoring HFMA’s Thought Leadership Retreat gets you a seat at the table as an active participant in the discussion. Benefits of sponsorship include:

  • Five (5) full conference registrations
  • Five (5) attendee nominations
  • Onsite networking including breakfast, lunch, and dinner
  • Onsite collateral distribution (up to 2 pieces)
  • Acknowledgement on conference website and onsite signage
  • Co-facilitating (with an HFMA representative) a three hour solutions based breakout session with up to 25 attendees
  • Opportunity to provide report out from the breakout session to all attendees
  • Logo recognition on post-retreat report including 500 copies and link to the report
  • Pre- and post-show attendee list

Thanks to Our Partners

The retreat is held in partnership with the Healthcare Financial Management Association, Alliance of Community Health Plans, American Association for Physician Leadership, and American Organization of Nurse Executives.