Sponsors

Optum is a leading information and technology-enabled health services business dedicated to helping make the health system work better for everyone. Optum comprises three companies – OptumHealth, OptumInsight and OptumRx – representing more than 35,000 employees worldwide who collaborate to deliver integrated, intelligent solutions that work to modernize the health system and improve overall population health.

Onpoint Health Data, an independent nonprofit data organization based in Portland, Maine, offers end-to-end APCD services, including implementation planning, collection-rule consultation and design, secure data collection and integration, warehousing and data access solutions, and advanced analytic applications. Onpoint is a national front-runner in the development and operation of APCDs, having deployed more than half of the nation’s fully implemented statewide systems. Onpoint’s proven solutions and analytics staff are supporting some of the most advanced use cases in the APCD market, including multi-state APCD integration and analytics, linkage to non-claims data streams, practice/provider profiling, and evaluation of reform program impact.

The Onpoint team and technical solutions offer clients the data expertise, rigorous quality assurance, and contemporary tools that together enable faster start-up, efficient operation, and advanced analytics. Onpoint's mission: advancing informed decision making through independent and reliable health data services.

Milliman is among the world's largest providers of actuarial and related products and services. Milliman serves the full spectrum of business, financial, government, union, education, and nonprofit organizations. In addition to our consulting actuaries, Milliman's body of professionals includes numerous other specialists, ranging from clinicians to economists.

HCCI’s mission is to promote independent research and analyses on the causes of rising U.S. health spending, to provide policymakers, consumers, and researchers with better, more transparent information on what is driving health care costs, and to help ensure that, over time, the nation is able to obtain a greater value from its health spending. Through HCCI, researchers have access to health care cost and utilization data that covers all ages and health issues, is national in nature, and includes previously inaccessible data on the private health insurance market. Researchers and policymakers are able to use the data to study the health care system, evaluate existing and new ways to contain costs, and assess quality.

Since 1976 the Human Services Research Institute has provided consultation and conducted research efforts at both the state and federal levels in the fields of Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities, Child and Family Services, Mental Health, and Substance Use.