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Health Innovation Summit 2017 Highlights
"Industry Interrupted: Delivering on the Promise of Change" was the focus of the fifth annual Oliver Wyman Health Innovation Summit, which took place November 6 – 8 in Dallas. The event convened an exclusive group of industry leaders for in-depth exploration of disruption in healthcare.
The Summit went beyond generic discussion of disruption to deep, data-driven, history-demonstrated analysis. It offered attendees a vision of future-market scenarios, along with actionable insight into how organizations can best navigate this industry interrupted.
The Oliver Wyman Health Innovation Summit is an invitation-only event for senior-level executives.
Industry Interrupted: Delivering on the Promise of Change
Through examination of other industries, the Summit exposed the rules of disruption – when, where, how, and how fast. Attendees gained clarity into where disruption is most likely to occur (and already occurring) within healthcare. Keynote speakers illuminated how the market will be redrawn, while focused small-group sessions highlighted the decisions leaders must make now in order to navigate the coming disruption.
Chris Cigarran is the CEO of Imagine Health, the nation’s leading provider of exclusive provider networks for self-insured employers. Prior to joining Imagine Health, he spent thirteen years at Healthways, serving in multiple executive leadership roles. Cigarran received his undergraduate degree from Bucknell University and his Master’s in Organization Development from the Graziadio School of Business at Pepperdine University.
Niyum Gandhi is the Executive Vice President and Chief Population Health Officer of the Mount Sinai Health System. He oversees Mount Sinai’s transition from a primarily fee-for-service model of care to one that focused on value and risk-based population health. Gandhi’s team is responsible for aligning the Health System’s clinical and economic transformations in support of Mount Sinai’s vision to be the leading population health manager in the New York market. This includes fostering care management and clinical redesign to ensure that high-value care is delivered across the Health System, and working with payers and employers to establish the new economic models that support value-based care.
An author and entrepreneur, Thomas Goetz is the co-founder of Iodine, an online health resource that helps millions of people find the best medical treatment. In 2016, Iodine was acquired by GoodRx, the nation’s leading source for medication savings. Previously he served as executive editor at WIRED, where he led the magazine to a dozen National Magazine Awards for print and digital excellence from 2001 through 2012. His latest book, The Remedy, about the quest to cure tuberculosis, was chosen by Amazon as a Best Book of 2014. His previous book, The Decision Tree, was chosen by the Wall Street Journal as a Best Book of 2010, and widely hailed as offering a new vision for healthcare in the United States. His writing has been repeatedly selected for the Best American Science Writing and Best Technology Writing anthologies. He has served as the first Entrepreneur-in-Residence for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and the Curator-in-Residence for Adobe Systems. His 2010 TED talk on visualizing medical data has been viewed half a million times. Thomas also writes the LaunchPad column for Inc. Magazine. Goetz holds a Master of Public Health degree from the University of California, Berkeley, and a Master's in American literature from the University of Virginia. He graduated from Bates College, and plays the cello.
Deb Gold serves as Senior Vice President of Market Strategy and Consultant Relations, keeping Quantum Health abreast of market trends and enhancing consultant channel partner relations at leadership levels. Gold retired as a Senior Partner from Mercer, a global benefits consulting firm. She held a variety of roles over her 15-year tenure, including U.S. National Leader for Health and Productivity Management, Chicago office, and Midwest Health & Benefits Market Leader. She served as a consultant for some of the firm’s largest and most complex accounts. In her 30 years in healthcare, Gold was Executive Vice President at CorSolutions, a health and disease management company acquired by Matria/Alere. She was also Partner at Towers Perrin, now Willis Towers Watson, and Director of Account Management at United Healthcare. Gold has an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, a Master of Arts from the University of Florida and a Bachelors of Science from the University of Wisconsin.
David Holmberg is President and CEO of Highmark Health, a national health and wellness enterprise based in Pittsburgh, Pa., that serves nearly 50 million people nationwide. He also serves as Chairman of the Board of Highmark Inc., the health insurance affiliate of Highmark Health, as well as the Board of Directors of the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association and American Health Insurance Plans. Holmberg is active in his community and supports several causes. He serves on the Board of Directors of the Allegheny Conference on Community Development and the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust.
As CEO of AARP, Jo Ann Jenkins leads the world’s largest non-profit, nonpartisan membership organization with nearly 38 million members. Since 2014, Jenkins has transformed AARP into a leader in social change dedicated to enhancing quality of life for all as we live and age. Jenkins began her career with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, later moving to the U.S. Department of Transportation and U.S. Department of Agriculture and then served as Chief Operating Officer of the Library of Congress. In 2015 Jenkins was recognized as “Non-Profit Influencer of the Year”. Most recently, she is the best-selling author of Disrupt Aging: A Bold New Path to Living Your Best Life at Every Age. After earning her BS degree from Spring Hill College in Mobile, Alabama, Jo Ann graduated from the Stanford Graduate School of Business Executive Program. Jenkins also holds an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from both Spring Hill College and Washington College.
Stephen Klasko is President and CEO of Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health, one of the fastest growing academic health centers in the nation. An advocate for transformational change in health care, he is author of 2016’s “We Can Fix Healthcare in America: The Future Is Now,” and Editor in Chief of the journal Healthcare Transformation. A native of Philadelphia, he returned in 2013 to lead Jefferson on a growth strategy to more than double its health care delivery, and to create a comprehensive professional university.
Sarah Krevans leads Northern California-based Sutter Health, a not-for-profit health system caring for 3 million patients—or one in every 100 Americans. Following her service as deputy director of Maine’s Bureau of Medical Services and acting director of Medicaid, health planning and licensure programs, she moved to California in 1987 where she held increasingly responsible positions at Kaiser Permanente. Krevans joined Sutter Health in 1999 as Senior Vice President of Managed Care. From 2000 to 2011, she served as Regional Executive Officer and President of the Sutter Health Sacramento Sierra Region. From 2012 to 2015, Krevans served as Sutter Health’s Chief Operating Officer, and in January 2016 became President and CEO. Under her leadership, in 2016, Sutter Health and Sutter’s Valley Area were named among America’s top five large health systems by Truven Health Analytics.
Chris is the CEO and co-founder of Skymind, an open-source artificial intelligence company backed by Tencent and Y Combinator. Skymind is Red Hat for AI, and it is currently building several AI applications for healthcare. In a prior life, Chris worked as a journalist for over a decade, reporting on business for The New York Times, the International Herald Tribune, and Bloomberg Businessweek. In the technology sector, he served as head of communications and recruiting for the Sequoia-backed robo-advisor FutureAdvisor.
Nigel Morris is the Co-Founder and Managing Partner of QED Investors, a direct investment fund focused on high-growth companies in fintech. Morris and the QED team are world-renowned for their prowess in the consumer technology and lending spaces – as evidenced by QED’s early stage investments in numerous industry leaders including Credit Karma, ClearScore, Transunion, SoFi, Green Sky, Avant, China Rapid Finance, Prosper, and Media Math. Prior to venture investing, Morris co-founded Capital One Financial Services in 1994. Under his leadership as President and Chief Operating Officer, Capital One pioneered an information based strategy that fundamentally transformed the lending industry.
Dr. Paul Rothman is the Dean of the Medical Faculty for the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine, a $8 billion academic medical enterprise and a health system with a global reach. As Dean and CEO, Rothman oversees both the Johns Hopkins Health System and the School of Medicine. A rheumatologist and molecular immunologist, he came to Hopkins in July 2012 after having served as Dean of the Carver College of Medicine at the University of Iowa and leader of its clinical practice plan since 2008. Previously, he served as Head of Internal Medicine at the University of Iowa, beginning in 2004, and prior to that as Vice Chairman for Research and Founding Director of the Division of Pulmonary, Allergy and Critical Care Medicine at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. A 1980 Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Rothman received his Medical degree from Yale University in 1984.
Lauren Silverman is the Health, Science and Technology reporter/blogger at KERA News. In 2016, Silverman was recognized as Texas Health Journalist of the Year by the Texas Medical Association. She was part of the Peabody Award-winning team that covered Ebola for NPR in 2014. She also hosted "Surviving Ebola," a special that won Best Long Documentary honors from the Public Radio News Directors Inc. (PRNDI). And she's won a number of regional awards, including an honorable mention for Edward R. Murrow award (for her project “The Broken Hip”), as well as the Texas Veterans Commission’s Excellence in Media Awards in the radio category.
Lisa Suennen is Senior Managing Director at GE Ventures leading the firm’s healthcare venture fund which invests in early-to-growth stage healthcare investments across health IT, health services, medical technology and life science technologies. Suennan is also Managing Partner at Venture Valkyrie, a media and publishing company, and co-founder of CSweetener, a not-for-profit company focused on matching women in and nearing the healthcare C-Suite with mentors who have been there and wish to give back. She is a member of the faculty at the UC Berkeley Haas School of Business, where for 10 years she has taught classes on venture capital and the changing healthcare economy.
Marilyn Tavenner is President & CEO of America's Health Insurance Plans (AHIP). AHIP’s members provide coverage for health care and related services to millions of Americans daily. Through these offerings, they improve and protect the health and financial security of consumers, families, businesses, communities and the nation. Tavenner served as administrator/principal deputy administrator of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) from 2010-2015. Prior to that, she served as Secretary of Health and Human Resources in the cabinet of Governor Tim Kaine from 2006-2010. She also served as CEO of the Hospital Corporation of America beginning in 1993.
Todd VanTol is the Senior Vice President of Health Plan Business for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan (BCBSM). He has responsibility for the plan’s Autos, Key & Large, Middle & Small Group, and Private Exchange lines of business. Todd also leads the Sales Strategy & Operations for their Commercial business. Prior to joining BCBSM in July of 2017, Todd served as a Partner and North American practice leader for the Health & Life Sciences practice of Oliver Wyman where he led the firm’s efforts across Payer and Provider clients. Prior to Oliver Wyman, Todd held senior roles at the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association as well as Bain & Company. His experience spans a broad range of strategic issues facing health plans and providers including market reform planning, customer strategy, building new value-based payer/provider partnership models, and the development of next generation product offerings. Todd VanTol is the Senior Vice President of Health Plan Business for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan (BCBSM). In that role, he has responsibility for the plan’s Autos, Key & Large, Middle & Small Group, and Private Exchange lines of business. He also leads the Sales Strategy & Operations for their Commercial business. Prior to joining BCBSM in July of 2017, Todd served as a Partner and North American practice leader for the Health & Life Sciences business of Oliver Wyman where he led the firm’s efforts across Payer and Provider clients. Prior to Oliver Wyman, VanTol held senior roles at the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association as well as Bain & Company. His experience spans a broad range of strategic issues facing health plans and providers including market reform planning, customer strategy, building new value-based payer/provider partnership models, and the development of next generation product offerings. He holds an MBA from the University of Michigan and a BS from Michigan State University.
Mike Weissel is a Group Executive Vice President responsible for corporate and business strategy, product development and solutioning across Optum. In this role he focuses on cross Optum initiatives, strategy and the development of integrated offerings for the marketplace. Mike joined Optum in 2013 as executive vice president and for three years was the CEO of Optum’s Consumer Solutions Group. The Consumer Solutions Group included all of Optum’s population health management, financial services and distribution products. Prior to joining Optum, Mike was with leading international management consulting firm Oliver Wyman for 17 years. He founded Oliver Wyman’s Health & Life Sciences practice in 2007, and served as managing partner and global leader for that practice until 2013. Prior to Oliver Wyman, Mike was a Certified Public Accountant and associate partner at Price Waterhouse.
Dr. Krishna Yeshwant is a physician, programmer and entrepreneur who has been working with GV [previously Google Ventures] since its inception. He first joined Google as part of the New Business Development team. Prior to Google, Dr. Yeshwant helped start an electronic data interchange company that was acquired by Hewlett-Packard and a network security company that was acquired by Symantec. Dr. Yeshwant has a B.S. in computer science from Stanford University. He also earned an M.D. from Harvard Medical School, an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School, and completed his residency at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, MA where he continues to practice.
Tuesday, November 7
Wellness Wake-Up Bootcamp
Introduction and Main Stage Sessions
Lunch | Experiential Exhibit
Main Stage Sessions
*schedule and timing subject to change
Critical to the success of consumer-focused offerings is their ability to effectively address consumers' underlying needs: what they're ultimately trying to accomplish through the purchase. For decades, we've relied upon demographic 'stats' to improve offerings - but does this mechanism, which by definition stereotypes individuals based on superficial traits, help uncover why consumers make the decisions they make? This session examines how the underlying causes of consumer behavior impact the propensity to buy through one of the most prominent theories of causality – Jobs to be Done – and explores how this understanding informs better products that drive an enhanced consumer experience.
If there’s one thing people can agree on around how a drug is valued, it’s that no two stakeholders agree on how best to approach it. Healthcare is rapidly shifting to value; specialized medicine is delivering remarkable new therapies; and dissatisfaction around drug prices is growing. It is more imperative now than ever before for each stakeholder – including health plans, pharma, government, providers, innovators, employers – to understand each other’s perspectives. This session will explore the rationale behind multiple stakeholders’ approaches to value – and kick-start a discussion aimed to develop a shared definition of value.
The distribution landscape has seen significant proliferation in recent years, from private exchanges and PEOs, to consumer-direct platforms and brick and mortar retail. But the traditional, well-calibrated B2B broker/consultant model still dominates the industry's trading flow. How close are we to the tipping point of a distribution disruption where the focus shifts to employee experience? What B2B2C value proposition needs to be in place, what needs should be met, and what technical requirements are necessary, in order to create a seismic shift? Who will control the customer experience in the future? This session will address these questions from the voices of the employer, stakeholders in the traditional model, and the new digital distribution players.
'High-tech' models use digital technology to reach and engage with millions. 'High-touch' models leverage human interactions to create high-trust relationships and incredible impact. Does each model have its own universe? How do you take the capabilities of each of these models and make them relevant and impactful in the other? The session will tackle a major tension in healthcare: Can the industry deliver far greater impact by leveraging the 'best of' across the spectrum to develop a scalable model that drives the best outcomes?
Affordability has been a longstanding hot topic in healthcare. Nonetheless, costs continue to rise - on every measure. Population health and value-based models offer a slow-to-come promise. The demand for care remains excessive; the costs to supply care stay prohibitive. This session combats affordability from the demand side and the supply side: Will Precision Medicine and AI dramatically reduce demand - thus justifying their costs? Will digitization and automation replicate their transformative impact on productivity in healthcare - radically lowering delivery costs without overcomplicating IT systems? Which side will take the driver's seat to lead us to truly affordable care?
Many innovative start-ups have entered the healthcare industry in recent years, claiming to be the driving force behind more affordable and more effective healthcare. What are the incumbents doing to retain their impact? How are they leveraging technology to deliver more affordable care, create better consumer experience, and ultimately enable better outcomes? This session takes you through the journeys of two legacy players – and discovers how they took matters into their own hands to tackle the industry’s biggest problems.
The healthcare industry is struggling to adapt to a world rampant with advanced technologies and innovations. Companies need to evolve to survive the disruptions and to reap the benefits of these advancements. What structures, mindset, and behaviors, do incumbents need to reinvent themselves to be "disruption-ready"? What are the distinctive characteristics of organizations that are prepared to embrace innovations and have the agility and flexibility to react to changes quickly? This session presents an out-of-industry enterprise that has successfully reinvented itself, and explores what a healthcare business needs to do to replicate the same success.
In industries ranging from manufacturing to automotive, and video gaming to financial services, Artificial Intelligence is increasing accuracy and efficiency while improving consumer experience. What about health? Is there a future where patients prefer getting advice from a robot over their PCP? How close are we to perfect diagnoses? This session examines AI's role in the healthcare industry - from prevention to intervention, from machine learning to patient facing - and questions how futuristic AI really is.
Deep Dive Sessions
We’ve seen high touch bricks and mortar approaches drive engagement from thousands; how can digitization enable us to engage millions?
Outcomes-based contracting has always been a challenge, making its influence in certain sectors of the healthcare industry slower than others. How can these challenges be overcome and what value have players seen in their own use of outcomes-based contracting?
With personal data becoming readily available at our fingertips, how is the role of the caregiver evolving? Who's accessing the data and how is it being used?
Behavioral health is moving to the top of every strategic agenda and investment dollars are flowing into the space. But the search for the “one solution” remains elusive. What will it take to assemble a solution (set) to this multi-faceted problem? How do we meet the broad range of needs from this population?
Food is medicine; Amazon’s recent purchase of Whole Foods coupled with an imminent leap into healthcare signals just that. Is nutrition enough of a priority for healthcare today? Have we untapped all the potential ROI it can truly deliver?
Practicing Wisely - Solving the $200BN Problem: Reducing Inappropriate Care with Transparency
Dr. Marty Makary, Cancer Surgeon and Professor, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine; Dr. Jeffrey Farber, CEO, SVP and CMO of Population Health, Mount Sinai Health System; Niyum Gandhi EVP, Chief Population Health Officer, Mount Sinai Health System
The U.S. spends more than $200 billion a year on unnecessary care. Beyond that staggering cost are also countless stories of avoidable patient harm. Hear from Dr. Marty Makary, Professor of Surgery at Johns Hopkins, on his groundbreaking work to identify wasteful care through physician-developed measures of clinical appropriateness. Learn from Dr. Jeffrey Farber, SVP of Population Health at Mt. Sinai, on what it takes to change physician behavior. Combining increased visibility into physician practice patterns with well-established principles of behavior change is creating a clear path to generate savings and improve care through the meaningful reduction in unwarranted variation.
Attendees explored how Dallas area’s most innovative organizations are transforming the health market through on-site, interactive tours.
On-site, behind-the-scenes tours will allow attendees to explore how innovative organizations are transforming the industry.
The facts are clear: regular preventive healthcare saves lives. Unfortunately, far too many patients don’t get the ongoing preventive care they need. The reasons are numerous: “It takes too long.” “It’s too inconvenient.” “I don’t have a Primary Care Provider.” “I feel fine.” “I can’t take time away from work.” At Catapult Health, we’re empowering individuals to improve their health by identifying and eliminating the friction and roadblocks. Join us as we explore the universe of preventive care, how we address patient apathy and utilize innovative technologies to bring a physician’s office to the worksite. Come experience our connectivity and integration with the ecosystem – employers, providers, payers and associated wellness programs – and witness how making prevention easy empowers a healthier workforce.Find out more
Hospitals across the country have traditionally been designed the same way – to optimize around now-outdated notions of efficiency. Patients can find hospitals frightening or confusing. Staff find traditional hospital infrastructure doesn’t typically allow for efficient change, nor does it optimize patient-centric care. To break away from the mold, the designers of UT Southwestern’s William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital consulted with organizations recognized for providing top-tier service and performance in the areas of hospitality, customer experience, materials management and supply chain management. Join the CEO, who led Clements’ design, as we walk through a truly differentiated hospital experience with an infrastructure built for the uncertain future. Hear the story of a team who took best-in-class lessons from outside of industry to create a hospital achieving recognition from the Joint Commission, University Health Consortium’s Rising Star Quality Award, and placements on the ‘Most Wired’ and ‘Most Connected Hospitals’ lists.Find out more
One in nine children in the country live in Texas, and one in ten children in Texas has asthma. Children’s Health—the leading pediatric health system in North Texas—continues to evolve as a system to meet the unique needs of the patients and families they serve. The aim of the health system has been to extend care beyond the hospital walls to families where they live, learn and play and to empower patients to be active drivers of their health care. Learn first-hand how innovative collaborations with like-minded organizations have allowed Children’s Health to serve 98 schools throughout Dallas-Fort Worth, provide the highest possible quality of care to children in remote areas and monitor sick children in the comfort of home. Learn how Children’s Health responded to what patients truly want and be inspired by how they have put these insights into action over the last three years to fulfill their mission to make life better for children.Find out more
Each day we have a finite amount of mental energy. To fully exploit our brain’s potential, we must be strategic about how we use our cognitive resources. The Center for BrainHealth®, part of The University of Texas at Dallas, is a research institute committed to enhancing, protecting and restoring brain health across the lifespan. Our leading edge scientific exploration improves lives and translates groundbreaking discoveries into practical, clinical application – experience how our Brain Performance Institute delivers science-based innovations that enhance how people think, work and live. See how using Virtual Reality Social Cognition Training improves the lives of children with autism. Learn how applying brain health principles to an organization can unlock a more innovative and productive workforce. And leave with powerful insights, strategies and tactics that can help improve focus, boost mental energy and eliminate toxic habits that may hinder efficient brain function and workplace well-being.Find out more
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Alignment Healthcare is redefining the business of healthcare by shifting the focus from payments to people. We’ve created a new model for healthcare delivery that cuts costs and improves lives by unraveling the inefficiencies of the current system to drive patients, providers and payers toward a common goal of wellness. Harnessing best practices from Medicare Advantage, our innovative data-management technology allows us to commit to caring for seniors and those who need it most: the chronically ill and frail. With offices and care centers across the country, Alignment Healthcare provides partners and patients with customized care and service where they need it and when they need it, including clinical coordination, risk management and technology facilitation. Alignment Healthcare offers HMO plan options to California residents through the Alignment Health Plan, and partners with select health plans in North Carolina and Florida to help deliver better benefits at lower costs.Find out more
GuideWell Mutual Holding Corporation GuideWell Mutual Holding Corporation (GuideWell) is a not-for-profit mutual holding company and the parent to a family of forward-thinking companies focused on transforming health care. The GuideWell organization includes the leading health insurance company in Florida, a number of health care delivery businesses, a consumer engagement company, and a provider of administrative services to state and federal health care programs. For more information, visit www.guidewell.com.Find out more
Optum® is a leading health services and innovation company dedicated to helping make the health system work better for everyone. With more than 100,000 people worldwide, Optum combines technology, data and expertise to improve the delivery, quality and efficiency of healthcare. Optum uniquely collaborates with all participants in health care, connecting them with a shared focus on creating a healthier world. Hospitals, doctors, pharmacies, employers, health plans, government agencies, and life sciences companies rely on Optum services and solutions to solve their most complex challenges and meet the growing needs of the people and communities they serve.Find out more
At Softheon we strive to create simple solutions to complex problems. Our innovative and easy-to-use products have revolutionized the way everyday people control their healthcare needs. Empowering the nation's first state health benefit exchange since 2008, Softheon's vision and strategic direction has designed five platforms to help our partners quickly adapt to industry standards, manage client data, and grow their membership, while never compromising the exceptional care they provide. In this highly dynamic industry, Softheon has maintained its position as a premier Business Process as a Service (BPaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS) solution, utilized by 37% of healthcare payers and having been responsible for 12% of ACA enrollments processed. Our platform has been ranked #1 in addressing the industry’s ever-changing regulatory demands and recognized by IDC, AHIP, ACAP, and HCEG.Find out more
Accolade is an on-demand healthcare concierge for employers, health plans and health systems. Accolade’s team of compassionate, trusted professionals is supported by breakthrough science and technologies to guide people through the healthcare system in a deeply personalized manner. Accolade customers experience industry-leading engagement levels, satisfaction scores unseen in healthcare, better health outcomes, and cost savings of more than 10 percent. Accolade has been recognized as one of the nation’s 25 most promising companies by Forbes magazine, the fastest-growing private healthcare company by Inc. 500 and a Top Workplace for five consecutive years.Find out more
At HealthSparq, we help people to make smarter health care choices by partnering with health plans to provide members with cost and quality information about doctors, hospitals and medical services, based on their individual benefits. We put people at the core of everything we do by conducting continuous usability testing, eliciting consumer feedback to enhance product development, hosting industry panels featuring everyday people, and bringing human stories to the forefront through our #WhatTheHealthCare campaign. Using these insights, we create solutions to help people understand and navigate the healthcare system better than ever before. Growing since our founding in 2008 from our home in Portland, Oregon, we now serve more than 70 health plans and their 72 million members nationwide.Find out more
Livongo is the leading consumer digital health company that empowers people with chronic conditions to live a better life. We have developed a completely new approach for diabetes management that combines the latest technology with coaching. By offering the right information, tools, and support, at the right time, we provide our members with real-time, personalized insights and support to make diabetes management easier. Our approach is leading to better financial and clinical outcomes while also creating a better experience for people with diabetes and their care team of family, friends, and medical professionals.Find out more
Motive Medical Intelligence has reshaped the clinical information ecosystem to automate, standardize, and scale evidence-based clinical care workflows for outcomes-driven care delivery. Motive’s intelligent workflow engine drives real-time care that is personalized, integrated, and skill-set appropriate.Find out more
Sheppard Mullin LLP is a full service Global 100 law firm founded in Los Angeles in 1927, handling corporate and technology matters, high stakes litigation and complex financial transactions. From our 15 offices in North America, Europe and Asia, more than 780 lawyers offer global solutions to clients around the world, providing seamless representation in multiple jurisdictions. Our Healthcare Group, with more than 135 lawyers, assists hospitals, health plans and other healthcare providers in transactional, regulatory, info tech, employment and other healthcare-focusedFind out more
Sunovion is a global biopharmaceutical company focused on the innovative application of science and medicine to help people with serious medical conditions. Sunovion’s spirit of innovation is driven by the conviction that scientific excellence paired with meaningful advocacy and relevant education can improve lives. The Company has charted new paths to life-transforming treatments that reflect ongoing investments in research and development and an unwavering commitment to support people with psychiatric, neurological, and respiratory conditions. Sunovion’s track record of discovery, development and commercialization of important therapies has included Brovana® (arformoterol tartrate), Latuda® (lurasidone HCI), and most recently Aptiom® (eslicarbazepine acetate). Headquartered in Marlborough, Mass. Sunovion is an indirect, wholly owned subsidiary of Sumitomo Dainippon Pharma Co., Ltd.Find out more
Zipongo is Eating Well Made Simple. Zipongo's platform enables digital nutrition support for large employers, health plans and health systems, and provides tools to families that make it easier to select and buy healthy food. Zipongo's HIPAA secure software-as-a-service platform is built to meet people where they are—at home, at work, or on the go, and deliver robust population analytics back to enterprises.Find out more
AARP is the nation’s largest nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to empowering Americans 50 and older to choose how they live as they age. With nearly 38 million members and offices in every state, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands, AARP works to strengthen communities and advocate for what matters most to families with a focus on health security, financial stability and personal fulfillment. AARP also works for individuals in the marketplace by sparking new solutions and allowing carefully chosen, high-quality products and services to carry the AARP name. As a trusted source for news and information, AARP produces the world’s largest circulation publications, AARP The Magazine and AARP Bulletin. @AARP @AARPadvocates #DisruptAgingFind out more
American Well uses telehealth to improve people’s access to quality care. Through our partnerships with the nation’s largest health systems, insurers, employers, and retailers, our award-winning telehealth Exchange and our direct-to-consumer service, Amwell™, we connect millions of Americans to the doctors they trust for live video visits. Through the power of telehealth, we help patients get the care they need in a timely fashion, and help doctors be there for their patients. We build technologies to make healthcare go where people need it most.Find out more
Cantata Health designs, develops, installs, and supports a full range of client-proven revenue cycle management, electronic health record, accounting and mobile solutions for acute and post-acute care hospitals, inpatient rehabilitation and long term care facilities. Cantata Health helps bring together healthcare consumers and providers to share data and manage care effectively across the continuum. Whether you are looking to reduce AR days, improve care delivery and patient / resident outcomes, or successfully navigate a rapidly changing regulatory landscape, our team of passionate and experienced professionals will be at your side helping you to achieve your objectives.Find out more
Envision Genomics is a clinical genomics service provider in Huntsville, AL. Envision helps clinicians diagnose rare disease through the integration of genomic data into clinical care. Envision is building a network of children’s hospitals and empowering them to practice genomic medicine by providing the end-to-end expertise, infrastructure and resources necessary to implement and deploy clinical genomics.Find out more
Grand Rounds provides an employer-based solution that gives employees and their families the technology, information and support they need to make life’s most critical choices—whether and where to receive medical treatment. Grand Rounds has secured a broad portfolio of over 80 employer customers, including Fortune 500 companies across telecommunications, high-tech, health care, transportation, energy, education and retail. The company’s services are available in 150 countries via phone, secure web portal and a mobile application.Find out more
Navvis is leading the charge to partner with organizations across America to transform healthcare. We are a thought, execution, and operations partner working with health plans, hospitals, and health systems to manage and operate value-based programs for episodes and bundled payments, post-acute care, Accountable Care Organizations, and Medicare Advantage. We unlock new sources of value and create growth opportunities through the integrated deployment of world-class people, processes, and technology.Find out more
Newtopia is a precision health program focused on Metabolic Syndrome prevention. Newtopia’s patented, high-touch, hyper personalized approach takes personal health coaching to an entirely new level. Our program leverages genetic testing and focuses on understanding each participant’s unique circumstances and needs. It is backed by scientific data and is the only program on the market with proven results that demonstrate higher engagement, outcomes and cost savings. We help our participants make sense of how to get healthy.Find out more
WellnessCodes is a health and wellness shopping portal that offers exclusive corporate wellness discounts. Through WellnessCodes, you can enjoy exclusive savings on fitness and wellness products including Fitbit and Garmin. Additional features include, one stop shopping and an access to a variety of top wellness brands. WellnessCodes also offers redemption of wellness credits, employer contribution certificates, and bulk discounts. For more information, contact Adi Weber at firstname.lastname@example.org.Find out more
Social Media Toolkit
Meet our 2017 Social Media Ambassadors!
To enhance our attendees’ social media experience and to share more of the event’s happenings with the broader healthcare community, the following leaders served as Social Media Ambassadors for this year’s Summit. Follow them on Twitter, and join the social conversation using the hashtag #OWHIC:
- Brandon Ballinger, Cardiogram: @bballinger
- Grace Terrell, MD, Envision Genomics: @gracet22
- Kate Warnock, GuideWell @mkatewarnock
- Sean Duffy, Omada Health: @seanduffy
- Stephen Klasko, MD, MBA, Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health: @sklasko
- Tom Spann, Accolade: @tomspann
- Reena Pande, AbleTo: @reena_pande
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November 7, 2017
- 8:45am -- Industry Interrupted: Why Healthcare is Ripe for Disruption – Helen Leis – Partner, Health & Life Sciences, Oliver Wyman
- 10:00am -- Aging Disrupted: Creating a New Reality Through Innovation – Jo Ann Jenkins – CEO, AARP
- 3:15pm -- Cutting Through The Noise: What’s Really Next For Healthcare? – Thomas Goetz – Co-Founder, Iodine; Former Executive Editor, Wired; Lisa Suennen – Senior Managing Director, GE Ventures; Krishna Yeshwant, MD – Partner, GV (formerly Google Ventures)
November 8, 2017
- 8:15am -- What Got Us Here Won’t Get Us There: The Clinicians We Need Now – Stephen K. Klasko, MD, MBA – President & CEO, Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health
- 11:30am -- Looking Back to Look Ahead: Where Do We Go from Here? – NiyumGandhi – Executive Vice President and Chief Population Health Officer, Mount Sinai Health System; Todd VanTol – Senior Vice President of Health Plan Business, BCBS of Michigan; Michael Weissel –Group Executive Vice President, Optum
*all times noted Central Standard Time
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The Oliver Wyman Health Innovation Center (OWHIC) was created to develop and promote market-driven solutions to the crisis of high cost and poor quality that afflicts the healthcare systems of the developed world.
Based on the deep healthcare expertise of Oliver Wyman and drawing on a network of innovative leaders across industries, OWHIC identifies and disseminates the ideas and practices that will transform healthcare. Our goal is to create a healthcare system driven by innovation and the needs and desires of consumers, creating value for companies and the public alike.