NAVCP’s 2019 Summit Will Address Business Trends, Telemedicine and Tech Innovations

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TUCKER, Ga.—The National Association of Vision Care Plans has announced some of the details for its 2019 Vision Health Summit, which is scheduled for April 14-16 at MGM National Harbor Hotel in Oxon Hill, Md. The 2019 Summit will bring together managed vision care plan and industry leaders to engage in two-way discussion with industry thought leaders and federal and state health care public policymakers, according to a recent announcement. Those discussions will center on managed health care business and treatment trends, the growing impact of telemedicine/telehealth on vision care treatment, innovative approaches for promoting vision health for all Americans and simplifying health care administration.

The summit is open to both NAVCP members and managed vision care industry professionals. For more information about the event and a link to the registration page, click here.

NAVCP is a national nonprofit association serving as a unified voice for the managed vision care industry. The association provides a forum for cooperative industry collaboration on initiatives that work to preserve and strengthen consumer access to affordable vision insurance and benefits. NAVCP member companies operate networks of vision care providers in all 50 states and cover approximately 170 million (53 percent of the population) Americans.