Spring 2023 Conference Preconference Activities
May 3
Hilton Baltimore Inner Harbor

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In conjunction with the Spring 2023 Conference, NAACOS is offering workshops that take a deep dive into key issues facing ACOs.  Workshop information appears below.  NAACOS is also organizing visits for our ACO members and their congressional representatives. If you are interested in participating in a congressional visit, please contact Robert Daley at [email protected].

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Pre-Conference Workshop Registration Rates
(before and on March 17)
(after March 17)
Member ACOs
$395 $495
Non-Member ACOs
$495 $595
NAACOS Partners 
(Business or Alliance)
$395 $495


NAACOS Pre-conference workshops are held concurrently on Wednesday, May 3 from 1:00 – 5:00 pm ET.  These workshops require separate registration from the main meeting.  There will be three concurrent workshops for the Spring 2023 Conference.

Leading on Health Equity through ACO REACH: Implementation and Sustainability
Co-Chaired by Gary Jacobs and Andrea Osborne, VillageMD

Building the Foundation for ACO Success: Medicare Shared Savings Program Basics
Chaired by Jessica Martensen, Essentia Health
This pre-conference session will focus on building and maintaining the fundamental components of a successful Medicare Shared Savings Program including compliance, data management, quality reporting, and shared savings distribution models. 

Annual Wellness Visits– Proactive Primary Care
Chaired by Jen Perloff, Institute for Accountable Care and Kevin McKeill, Lehigh Valley Health Network ACO

This session is designed to cover the basics of annual wellness visits (AWVs) including the required elements of a visit, engaging primary care providers, outreach and engaging Medicare beneficiaries, adaptations to the electronic health record and following up on the results of screenings. We will also talk about the clinical value of these visits, particularly for multi-morbid, older or frail beneficiaries. The session will be co-facilitated by Jennifer Perloff from the Institute for Accountable Care and Dr. Kevin McKeill from the Lehigh Valley Health Network ACO with presentations from ACOs that have developed comprehensive AWV strategies in their ACOs. Participants should leave the session with tools and techniques for setting up a structured AWV process, including insights on operational challenges and solutions from ACO experts.