Showcase Your Innovations at the 2015 Bundled Payment Summit

Submitted by on Tuesday, January 27, 2015 - 02:50

The 2014 National Bundled Payment Summit saw record attendance with an engaged audience delving into topics such as successful strategies for implementing bundled payment contracts, improvements in implementations, and innovations to come in payment and delivery system reform.

This year, on Thursday, June 4th, the Summit will give the floor to those making advancements in the Bundled Payment space by either offering solutions that can support providers or payers, or conducting research on the effectiveness of bundled payment programs.

The Innovation Showcase allows vendors focusing on supporting payers or providers to present their one-of-a-kind solution to all the Summit attendees. It will also enable those participating in research surrounding the effects of bundled payment initiatives to introduce their findings to a targeted and captivated audience.

We invite those interested to submit a proposal for consideration to be selected as a presenter* at the premier Innovation Showcase event. Please note that some preference will be granted to those who are exhibiting and/or providing other financial support to the Summit.

To present your products/solutions to the Bundled Payment Summit attendees, submit a 500 word proposal containing:
1. Brief organization background
2. Description of the solution you would like to present, and its target market
3. Description of its effect in practice in the field

To present your research and findings to the Bundled Payment Summit attendees, submit a 400 word proposal containing:
1. Authors and affiliated organizations
2. Brief explanation of research and findings
3. If/where research has been published and when

All proposals should be sent to with the subject line “Bundled Payment Summit Innovation Showcase Proposal”.

Submissions are due by Friday, February 27th and selected participants will be contacted no later than Friday, March 20th.

*Allotted presentation time is dependent on the number of accepted participants.