[news] First Illinois Chapter HFMA joins our Fall Accountable Care and Health IT Strategies Summit in Chicago
We are proud to announce the inclusion of the First Illinois HFMA, regional chapter of the Healthcare Financial Management Association, in our Fall 2012 Accountable Care and Health IT Strategies Summit (November 27-29, Chicago). Based in Westchester, Cook County, Illinois, the HFMA was founded in 1946.
HFMA helps its members achieve results by providing education, analysis, and guidance, and creating practical tools and solutions that optimize financial management. The organization is a respected and innovative thought leader on top trends and challenges facing the healthcare finance industry. From addressing capital access to improved patient care to technology advancement, HFMA is the indispensable resource for healthcare finance.
HFMA is the nation’s leading personal membership organization for healthcare financial management professionals. HFMA brings perspective and clarity to the industry’s complex issues for the purpose of preparing our members to succeed and, more importantly, to be successful. HFMA is comprised of about 31,000 members employed by hospitals, integrated delivery systems, long-term and ambulatory care facilities, managed care organizations, medical group practices, public accounting and consulting firms, insurance companies, government agencies and other healthcare organizations. For more information, please visit www.hfma.org.
The Managed Care Forum exists to meet the specialized information, leadership, and networking needs of delivery system management professionals. The Managed Care Forum caters directly to the issues delivery system managers are experiencing. In exchange for annual dues, forum members receive services and benefits tailored to their needs. For more information, please visit http://www.hfma.org/forums/.
The 2012 Fall Accountable Care and Health IT Strategies Summit comes to Chicago November 27-29. In attendance will be 300+ Clinical, Business and IT leaders who are in the process of mobilizing their organizations to participate in ACOs and/or seek to be effective partners for payers seeking value-based purchasing options.