AJMC Live features content from the Journal's most recent and innovative events. The conferences feature sessions from industry experts as they discuss important and emerging topics in managed care. Stakeholders will find a variety of exclusive insight that isn't available anywhere else on the Web.
On September 25-26, 2014, The American Journal of Managed Care will host its first annual live meeting on Value-Based Decision Making in Infectious Disease in Atlanta, Georgia. The event will focus on the current opportunities and challenges that health leaders face in infectious disease. Check back frequently for important updates, to access the agenda for the meeting, or to make a reservation to attend.
The American Journal of Managed Care will host its 3rd annual Patient-Centered Oncology Care Meeting on November 13-14, 2014, in Baltimore, Maryland. The event will offer unique perspectives on emerging topics in oncology care from today's leading health experts. Make sure to check back often for important updates, access the agenda, or to register.
On April 10-11, 2014, The American Journal of Managed Care hosted, "Patient-Centered Diabetes Care: Putting Theory into Practice," in Princeton, NJ. The event focused on how new reimbursement models and the use of technology is transforming care for both type 1 and type 2 diabetes patients.
On June 20, 2013, The American Journal of Managed Care hosted a live meeting, "Patient-Centered Diabetes Care: Future Directions," at the University of Chicago.
Here you can watch videos from that meeting featuring the leaders in
diabetes discuss the issues and concerns facing payers and providers.
Listen to the nation's top oncology and managed care professionals as they discuss real-world opportunities and challenges facing payers, clinicians, patients, and other allied health care professionals in the ever-changing oncology landscape.
On November 16th, 2012, The American Journal of Managed Care hosted the nation's premiere thought leaders in payer oncology with the first annual “Translating Evidence-Based Research into Value-Based Decisions in Oncology” live meeting. The goal of the summit was to define value in oncology through the use of best practices, clinical pathways, and other evidence-based models-all in the effort to improve outcomes and quality of care.