The Accountable Care Congress is sponsored by:
Accountable Care Learning Collaborative (ACLC)
The new Accountable Care Learning Collaborative (ACLC) will be co-chaired by former HHS Secretary Gov. Mike Leavitt and former CMS Administrator and FDA Commissioner Dr. Mark McClellan. With unparalleled experience, policy expertise, and vision, the ACLC's leadership brings an unmatched repository of knowledge, resources, and industry-leading insight to members.
In response to a maturing community of ACOs seeking to scale and grow, Leavitt Partners' Accountable Care Cooperative and the Brookings Institution's ACO Learning Network are merging to form the largest and most sophisticated accountable care collaborative in the world. The combined resources of the Leavitt Partners' ACO Collaborative, powered by cutting edge health intelligence and primary ACO research, and the Brookings' ACO Learning Network, with its policy expertise and experience in accountable care analysis and evaluation, enable today's stakeholders to leverage insight from hundreds of ACO and payer members to truly evaluate how to effectively scale and grow accountable care--clinically, financially, and politically.
The Accountable Care Congress is co-sponsored by:
CAPG is the voice of coordinated healthcare in California. We are the nation's largest professional association representing physician groups practicing in the managed care model. CAPG is comprised of more than 150 of California's leading physician groups. These groups employ and/or contract with physicians who in turn provide health care services to approximately 13 million Californians. Our members are committed to the delivery of coordinated, accountable, clinically integrated health care services. We support our members through public advocacy, educational services, and collaboration with other stakeholders in California health care. For more information about CAPG visit: www.capg.org.
Integrated Healthcare Association
The Integrated Healthcare Association (IHA) is a not-for-profit multi-stakeholder leadership group that promotes quality improvement, accountability and affordability of healthcare in California. IHA administers regional and statewide programs, serves as an incubator for pilot programs and projects, and actively convenes all healthcare parties for cross sector collaboration on healthcare topics. IHA principal projects include the California Pay for Performance Program (the largest private physician incentive program in the U.S.), the measurement and reward of efficiency in healthcare, administrative simplification, healthcare affordability, bundled episode of care payments, and accountable care organizations. For more information about IHA visit: www.iha.org.