The National Association of Managed Care Providers Fall Managed Care Forum held Nov. 12th and 13th, 2009 was the must attendevent for healthcare professionals this fall season. From the elegant location at the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas to the enticing line up of dynamic speakers the forum was filled with opportunities for healthcare professions to remain on the cutting edge of healthcare industry news and education. Needless to say, BHM Speakers were met with Success at NAMCP.
The forum which focused thought provoking topics, and expert insight provided attendees with opportunities to directly affect the success of their organizations. “Keynote, concurrent, and workshop sessions as well as networking events and an exhibit hall filled with product and service solutions provided the best networking opportunities and presented innovative solutions to today’s healthcare challenges” stated one of the Forums representatives.
Among the panel of experts at the forum were 4 representatives of BHM who gave a variety of talks, all of which proved to be well attended. Dr. Rosenberg, President and CEO of BHM Healthcare Solutions delivered an insightful and informative talk about ADHD and recent advances in the treatment of the disease. This talk which focused on Hyperactivity and Impulsivity gave new insight into diagnosis, management and treatment of this common disease from both the adolescent and adult treatment perspectives. Dr. Rafeyan, a notable physician gave a talk focusing on Depression. Specifically addressed were the financial and fiscal impacts of the disease from a patient, societal, and payer perspective. Cost effective disease management of Bipolar disorder was the subject of a talk given by Dr. Faber who not only provided participants with a thorough overview of the disease, but focused on how effective disease management could benefit healthcare organizations and improve their bottom lines. Finally Dr. Sicuro, also representing BHM gave provided a presentation for providers focused on Alzheimer’s disease. Early diagnosis and effective treatment were topics which were explored providing listeners with a variety of information covering everything from latest treatment options, to more effective and responsive diagnosis within various healthcare environments.
With near capacity attendance and audience feedback ratings of 3.6-3.8 (on a scale of 1-4) BHM executives consider the forum a success for both those who attended and those who gave presentations. “It is our goal as an organization to continue to provide and present relative, informative, and groundbreaking information to medical professionals and healthcare insiders,” stated Mark Rosenberg, CEO of Behavioral health who went on to state “we look forward to the upcoming spring forum and the opportunities it will provide for all members of the healthcare field to stay up to date with the latest information, and the inspiring ways which it can be used to have a positive impact within their organizations.” We hope you’ve enjoyed our recap of how BHM Speakers met with success at the NAMCP conference.