UPDATE: We have postponed the 2020 Utah State of Reform Health Policy Conference until we have a better understanding on an appropriate date to reschedule due to concerns about COVID-19.
The second annual 2020 Utah State of Reform Health Policy Conference convenes stakeholders from across Utah’s health care ecosystem. From the left and right, public and private sectors, State of Reform is a non-partisan, policy agnostic forum where about 300 of Utah’s most senior health care executives and health policy leaders gather in a one-day conference.
Too often, good ideas in health care may not understand the regulatory process that must be navigated to implement them. Or, the good policy ideas may not have a full understanding of the implications in the broader marketplace.
State of Reform tries to bridge that gap, to create a gathering where some of Utah’s best ideas in health care can be further informed by conversation, networking and dialog.
This multi-silo event convenes leaders from across twelve different distinct silos: health plans, hospitals, provider groups, state agency leaders, elected officials, mental health, pharma, health IT, professional services, HR/employee benefits, public health, and local government.
The idea is to bring together perspectives and opinions from across the broadest scope of Utah’s health care sector.
Our agenda is built based on the input from our Convening Panel, a group of some of Utah’s most thoughtful health care and health policy leaders. With approximately 60 speakers, State of Reform is a broad, crowd-sourced approach to elevating the most important conversations in Utah health policy in 2020. It is sure to be one of the most diverse statewide gatherings of senior health care leaders, and one of the most important events in Utah health care.