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Special Event: Population Health and the Cultural Demographic Shift

ACHE 2016

Culturally diverse segments of the population have reached a critical mass in the United States. The shifting cultural demographics are creating a healthcare delivery phenomenon and driving the need to serve broader patient demographics and employees in ways never before imagined. 

As healthcare moves from volume-based to value-based business models, adjusting to this Cultural Demographic Shift creates an opportunity for healthcare leaders to:

  • drive growth
  • create brand distinction  
  • enhance patient experience
  • improve quality of care.

Join Aramark, a premier corporate partner of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), for a complimentary educational session at ACHE’s Atlanta Cluster on this important topic.

Population Health and the Cultural Demographic Shift:

Enabling value-based models and improving health outcomes amongst diverse patient populations

PRESENTED BY: 

Llopis Glenn Llopis | President, Glenn Llopis Group
Author of The Innovation Mentality and contributor to Forbes and Harvard Business Review 

Mr. Llopis’ keynote address will focus on the time-sensitive implications of the Cultural Demographic ShiftTM (CDS) and how healthcare executives can begin to move diversity and inclusion to the center of their growth strategy by investing in four critical areas to create distinction, strengthen the competitive advantage, and ultimately improve the patient experience and overall quality of care.

REACTOR PANEL:

Chisley
Gyasi Chisley, MHA, MBA, PMP, FACHE
Global Senior Vice President
UnitedHealthcare, Chicago, IL

Early
David Early, MBA, MHA, CPM, FAHRMM, CMRP
Vice President, Support Services
Floyd Healthcare Management, Rome, GA

Esquivel
Araceli Esquivel, MBA, FACHE (Celi)
Director of Health Equity, Inclusion and Quality Improvement
Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, Wellesley, MA

Martinez
Randy Martinez, 
Director, Strategic Diversity Management
Pharmacy Benefits Management (PBM)
CVS Health, Providence, RI

FACILITATED BY:

Armstead Cie Armstead | ACHE Director, Diversity & Inclusion

DATE & TIME
Monday, November 7th,
4:00 PM – 5:30 PM
Reception to follow

LOCATION
Hyatt Regency Atlanta
265 Peachtree St. NE
Atlanta, Georgia 30303

CREDITS
This session qualifies for one hour of Qualified Education credit from ACHE.

TO REGISTER
Click here to register 

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