Research & Reports | Strategic Partnerships Mergers and Acquisitions

Thought Leadership Retreat summary reports

Research & Reports | Strategic Partnerships Mergers and Acquisitions

Thought Leadership Retreat summary reports

The Thought Leadership Retreat is an annual event held exclusively for senior clinical, financial, and health plan executives. Thought leaders representing both care delivery and payer settings join us at this event to collaboratively discuss and develop strategy to address emerging trends. Based on the outcomes from each event, HFMA publishes a summary report and shares findings with the community. HFMA is pleased to make these reports available to members.

2019 report: Beyond boundaries: Why finding ways to address social determinants is vital to healthcare's future

2018 report: Innovating to Improve the Patient Experience

2017 report: Finding the Future of Value

2016 report: Transforming Relationships to Transform Health Care

2015 report: The Future of Patient Engagement

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