SureScripts brought together 3 thought leaders in connected health care to discuss data-driven solutions, quality improvement, and what that all means for your bottom line.
Kaiser Permanente Chairman and CEO, Bernard J. Tyson, addressed the Health 2.0 audience for the first time to discuss how Kaiser continues to offer patient-centered care at scale.
In order to make the health improvement this country needs, health care professionals will need to start engaging larger populations. These demands tools that can collect and analyze incredibly large data sets. Companies in this session are making sense of health figures in the millions and making those health fights we once perceived as impossible to grasp, beatable.
As of January 2012 when Katie was brought on board, Kaiser Permanente has seen intense development and exciting results from their geographic information systems (GIS). Through greater implementation, Katie has brought to Kaiser’s attention better ways of understanding and improving the health of Kaiser members and their communities. Now Katie brings her insightful results to the Health 2.0 stage and our extended health community.
Shawn Lovering represented session sponsor Safeway Health. The Health Care Marketplaces session was moderated by Matthew Holt and covered topics like the newly launched state and federal exchanges, the impact on insurance plans and providers, and how to educate the consumer. The panel took place on a highly anticipated day: October 1st. The Government proceeded to shut down over the issue while the rest of us continued to adjust to a changing system. Speakers included David Maxwell-Jolley from Covered California, Jane Sarasohn-Kahn, J.D. Kleinke, Bill Wehrle from Kaiser Permanente, Mary Scanlon from Xerox, Bart Foster of SoloHealth, and Gary Lauer from eHealth. On-stage conversation was enhanced with demos by Getinsured, Brighter, eHealth, and PokitDok.
Ethan Prater, Brad Weinberg, Joe DeLuca and John Mattison critique the idea of a health care “villain,” consequences of fee for service care, our approach in changing and improving the health care system and more questions on our current system of health care delivery, cost and care.
Listen as John Mattison outlines five key problems with the current health care system and the importance of saving costs while inspiring health care change.
Nancy leads the team which manages the relationships for 150 of Kaiser Permanente’s largest national customers. That means she deals with large employers providing unique insights and solutions to their employees’ health and wellness problems. Oh and by the way, she works for one of the largest and most innovative employers out there herself!
Ever wonder what other employees are doing to keep health costs low while encouraging healthy habits, friendly co-worker competition and more? We’ve brought together a group to discuss the technology behind their wellness program and some will even bring along a client to discuss their experiences.