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CMA members get discounted registration to two premier health conferences, November 4-6 in Los Angeles



October 11, 2013

The 4th National Accountable Care Congress is taking place at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in Los Angeles on November 4-6, 2013. The meeting, produced by the Integrated Healthcare Association (IHA) and California Association of Physician Groups (CAPG), is being co-sponsored by the California Medical Association (CMA).

This highly engaging annual meeting has been the market-leading conclave on the rapidly growing accountable care movement, providing leading edge knowledge and experience on this critical component of the future of American health care.

This year CAPG and IHA are offering a concurrent and co-located meeting: the National Health Insurance Exchange Summit West, a meeting that will provide a vital, definitive forum on how health insurance exchanges and the expansion of Medicaid stand poised to change the way in which Americans access health care.

The roster of speakers for both meetings draws from national thought leaders, policymakers, dealmakers, experts and those who have been working on the front lines to provide in-depth insights and practical hands-on experience, both on what has been done so far and what’s in the planning stage in every sector.

As a co-sponsor of the conferences, CMA is pleased to offer a deeply discounted registration rate for our members and stakeholders.

  CMA Rate Regular Rate
Accountable Care Congress $995 $1,795
Health Insurance Exchange Summit $895 $1,995
Pre-Conference Sessions $295 $495
Two Conference Package (includes 6 months of online access) $1,795 $2,795

For more information and complete agendas, please visit www.acocongress.com and www.healthinsuranceexchangesummit.com. To receive the discounted rates, enter CMAdiscount for single conference registration or CMApkg for the two conference package in the discount code box.

Contact: Jen Kellar, (510) 208-1742 or jkellar@iha.org.

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