The Managed Care
Forums bring together medical directors, practicing
physicians, nurses, administrators, and other healthcare
executives as well as members from the American
Association of Managed Care Nurses (AAMCN), the NAMCP
Medical Directors Institute, and the American
Association of Integrated Healthcare Delivery Systems (AAIHDS).
Attendees learn side by side in sessions that are
related to population health management, oncology, and
the business of managed care.
Established in 1993, the American Association of
Integrated Healthcare Delivery Systems (AAIHDS) is a
non-profit organization dedicated to the educational
advancement of provider-based managed care professionals
responsible for accountable and integrated healthcare
delivery. Members include payer and provider-based
managed care executives (i.e., VPs of Managed Care, CEOs
and Board members of ACOs, IPAs, and PHOs, and other
executives involved in integrated healthcare delivery
systems and networks.
The American Association of Managed Care Nurses (AAMCN)
was established in 1994 in response to an identified
need to educate nurses about managed healthcare. The
AAMCN is a non-profit membership association of
Registered Nurses, Nurse Practitioners and Licensed
Practical Nurses including top level administrators,
managers, directors and consultants associated with a
variety of managed healthcare organizations.
NAMCP was founded in 1991 to serve the educational
interests and needs of physicians working in all forms
of managed healthcare. NAMCP's mission is to improve
patient outcomes by providing educational material,
evidence-based tools and resources to medical directors
from purchasers, plans and provider systems. NAMCP
aggressively works with medical directors to identify
and strategically position our industry to respond to
the various opportunities and challenges on the horizon.
We support initiatives empowering medical directors with
information they need to make healthcare decisions and
promote healthcare quality.