Insights Program

Payers

Making Accessible and Affordable Care a Top Priority

Tuesday, October 10, 12:30 pm - 3:00 pm PDT

Location: Level 2, Room 216-218

(Networking Lunch: 12:30pm - 1:00pm)

Hosted in collaboration with MedCity News, this program will focus on accessibility and affordability in the shift to value-based care and feature an in-depth view of innovative strategies, new models, and technological advancements for addressing high costs of care, reaching more patients, and preventing and managing chronic disease.

Agenda:

1:00pm - 1:35pm

Opportunities in an Evolving Care Landscape

Ensuring timely, accessible, and affordable care requires new strategies for reaching patients and providers, improving member experience, and adopting new care models for sustainable growth. Do home health or integrated care models, community-based approaches, and patient-centered solutions hold the key to growth and differentiation in the market? Are new models paying off in health and does higher quality of life translate to savings and better patient outcomes?

Learn about dynamic changes, evolving care models, and transformative trends shaping the healthcare and payer landscape in 2023 and beyond.

MODERATOR:

Katie Adams, Senior Reporter, Providers and Healthcare Technology, MedCity News

Thomasina Anane, Associate Director of Data and Analytics, Alliance of Community Health Plans

Byron Crowe, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Solera Health

Fred Turner, CEO, Curative

1:40pm - 2:15pm

Advancing Equitable, Affordable Healthcare

Addressing healthcare affordability is necessary, now more than ever, for expanding coverage and making care more accessible to a wider population. The CHRONIC Care Act empowered payers to build innovative benefits to encourage preventive care and advance social determinants of health for equity. Today, taking on rising healthcare costs, price and service transparency, and equity considerations are non-negotiables in the shift to value-based care. What do pilots and the latest data reveal about enacting equitable change in communities and how improvements to quality of life yield health, access and savings?

Hear about cutting-edge solutions, unique collaborations and new models for enabling a more level playing field, reducing access barriers and health disparities, and meeting the health needs of underserved individuals.

MODERATOR:

Marisa Plescia, Reporter, MedCity News

PANELISTS:
Onyinyechi Daniel, PhD, VP, Data & Analytics Strategy, Highmark Health

Pooja Mittal, MD, Chief Health Equity Officer, Health Net

Kelli Tice, MD, Chief Health Equity Officer & VP, Medical Affairs, Guidewell

2:20pm - 2:55pm

Harnessing AI & Analytics as a Force for Good

Advanced technology has the potential to improve healthcare delivery, as well as help manage the high costs and burdens associated with chronic disease, and empower prevention and wellness measures to improve population health.

Explore how AI, machine learning and advanced analytics are being used to personalize patient care and reshape payer operations and reimbursement. Dive into important considerations for vetting point vs. platform solutions and making the right investments to support better patient care.

MODERATOR:

Arundhati Parmar, VP and Editor-in-Chief, MedCity News

PANELISTS:

Amir Azarbad, Managing Director, Healthcare, 10Pearls

Ainsley MacLean, MD, Chief Medical Information Officer, Kaiser Permanente

Eugene Sayan, Founder and CEO, Softheon

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