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The 2014 HFMA Dixie Institute will be hosted by the HFMA Alabama Chapter and will take place on February 25-28, 2014 at the Renaissance Mobile Riverview Plaza hotel. The Dixie Institute is designed to support HFMA's commitment of providing programs that enhance the growth and development of its members. This conference, which hosts 5 chapters, provides the best value and attendee experience for providers and business partners in the regional area.
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Partner and Chief Medical Officer, Oliver Wyman
The Oliver Wyman Health Innovation Center is squarely focused on the power of industry leaders working together to change healthcare. OWHIC is pioneering a cross-industry approach to solving healthcare's biggest challenges. The OWHIC advisory board includes 40 CEOs senior decision makers, and thought leaders across health systems.
Health Care Reform---Will Hospital Utilization Decline 30%?
With the passage of the Affordable Care Act CMS ceased to be a passive FFS payer in the US health care system and unleashed experimentation in care delivery on an unprecedented scale As a result of the mandated coverage as well as private and public exchanges, employers are looking at the cost of health care much more closely and choosing different options to offer employees. Not only are physicians changing care delivery models but new entrants such as large national retailers and technology deployed companies are entering the market to provide alternative sources of care provision and are likely to permanently disrupt the existing care delivery system.×