About the Annual Forum

This event brings together thought leaders, policymakers and key healthcare experts from across the country to share their insights and expertise. Interactive sessions center around emerging trends, innovations, and purchaser opportunities in the ever-changing healthcare marketplace. 

Why Should You Attend?

4.jpg Each year, this event brings employers of all sizes and industries together to learn from one another, network with other healthcare stakeholders and to learn about effective approaches to managing the health and wellbeing of their workforce from the leading innovators in healthcare and business. This 3-day event provides learning opportunities through interactive sessions, educational discussions, employer roundtables, demonstrations and exhibit floor events that all encourage networking sharing and learning. This year’s topics include innovative approaches and strategies to wellbeing, population health, employee empowerment, special sessions on healthcare policy and updates on the AHCA along with other emerging healthcare topics.  

Frequently Asked Questions

Your forum registration includes full and open access to all sessions and events. As applicable, breakfast, lunch, evening receptions and breaks are included.
The dress code for the Annual Forum is business casual. Meeting room temperatures will vary, so please prepare accordingly.
Attendees will be able to connect through our Annual Forum App. Further details on the Forum app will be coming shortly.

What Attendees are Saying

 "The content of the conference was excellent!! You brought together a great mix of professionals and the discussions were very informative."

"Great job! Excellent mix of large and small sessions, lots of great speakers. The schedule was well-planned and executed, allowing lots of time for networking." 

"This event has continued to be elevated in content and the ability to connect with colleagues-I know our team truly felt the great value delivered. It was well organized-great job!" 

"Good opportunity to hear what other employers/coalitions are doing next."