International Health Insurance Forum 2019

September 3-5, 2019 | Bahrain

We are well advanced in the process of developing our program for our event dedicated to the GCC, Jordan, Lebanon and Egypt markets.  Whilst this event will follow the format and philosophy of our events in attracting internationally experienced speakers mixed with highly experienced speakers with local knowledge this will be a larger event than our Middle East and Africa event held in Dubai last September in terms of delegates as a reflection of the growing reputation of our events as providing "quality not quantity".

Spotlight

The U.S. health care system is undergoing significant transformation as a result of Federal, State, and private payer policies designed to improve access to medical care as well as the value and outcomes of health care while attempting to slow cost growth. Some payment innovations, such as accountable care and other risk-based models, drive organizational and delivery changes that have shown evidence of improved quality, reduced care fragmentation, and lowered costs for certain populations.1,2 Yet overall, the entire system has not realized substantial cost savings nor has quality improved for everyone. There continue to be gaps between people who live in areas where progress is being made and those who do not, perhaps reflecting symptoms such as rising health insurance premiums, unstable insurance markets with limited plan choice, large variation in uninsured rates and access to care, and continued health professional shortages. It is clear that more changes are required if real progress is to be made toward lowering total health care system costs, improving access and health care experiences for all individuals, and achieving better population health.


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Spotlight

The U.S. health care system is undergoing significant transformation as a result of Federal, State, and private payer policies designed to improve access to medical care as well as the value and outcomes of health care while attempting to slow cost growth. Some payment innovations, such as accountable care and other risk-based models, drive organizational and delivery changes that have shown evidence of improved quality, reduced care fragmentation, and lowered costs for certain populations.1,2 Yet overall, the entire system has not realized substantial cost savings nor has quality improved for everyone. There continue to be gaps between people who live in areas where progress is being made and those who do not, perhaps reflecting symptoms such as rising health insurance premiums, unstable insurance markets with limited plan choice, large variation in uninsured rates and access to care, and continued health professional shortages. It is clear that more changes are required if real progress is to be made toward lowering total health care system costs, improving access and health care experiences for all individuals, and achieving better population health.

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