Webinar: Value-Based Care in 2019 and Beyond 

Virtual Panel

How well are you equipped to thrive in today's Value-Based Care environment? Top health system executives are sharing their exclusive insights into how your business can take advantage of market opportunities and overcome challenges.

In 2019, only 56% of hospitals participating in Value-Based Purchasing received a positive adjustment. Many providers are ill equipped to benchmark performance, understand how payors stack up against each other, and lack a real sense of the competitive market.

Join our live panel discussion, Value-Based Care in 2019 and Beyond, to hear first-hand experiences from industry thought leaders from Mayo Clinic, Dell Medical School & UT Health Austin, and more! 

This panel will cover topics ranging from:

  • The current state, growth trajectory, and impact of Value-Based Care
  • Provider benefits such as increased collaborations and incentive opportunities
  • Provider challenges such as tracking and predicting those types of surgeries in their market, staffing properly, and facing a social worker shortage
  • Predictions of the future of Value-Based Care and how to capitalize on rising opportunities such as implementing health IT systems to handle population health initiatives

About the Panel:

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Aaron Miri, MBA, CHCIO, FHIMSS

Dell Medical School & UT Health Austin 

Aaron is the Chief Information Officer for The University of Texas at Austin, Dell Medical School and UT Health Austin. Aaron brings more than a decade of healthcare experience driving growth and innovation, leading both provider and commercial healthcare enterprises, and providing thought leadership and close collaboration with state and federal representatives. As CIO, Aaron is passionate about humanizing technology by collaborating with clinicians, technology partners, and business champions to truly transform healthcare delivery for consumers, patients, and providers.

Earlier Career: CIO for Imprivata, CIO for Walnut Hill Medical Center, MBA University of Dallas

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Andrew Cousin, MBA, FACHE

Mayo Clinic

Andrew is the Senior Director of Strategy for Mayo Clinic Laboratories, the diagnostic outreach arm of Mayo Clinic, which touched more than 5 million patients in 80 countries last year. He is also a member of the leadership team of Mayo Clinic’s Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology. In Andrew’s 12 years at Mayo Clinic, he has contributed to thinking on value-based care delivery, outreach strategy, the application of advanced diagnostics in complex condition management, disruptive digital technologies in medicine, utilization management, and alternative payment models.

Earlier Career: Mayo Medical Laboratories, AECOM (STS Consultants), University of Delaware, MBA from the New York Institute of Technology

 

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Definitive Healthcare

Kate is the Senior VP of Strategy and Product Development at Definitive Healthcare. At Definitive Healthcare, Kate currently leads product innovation and strategy and oversees professional services. In addition, she partners with the broader executive team to drive strategy for the business. Before joining Definitive Healthcare, Kate worked on the product development team within Strategic Services at Blue Cross Blue Shield. She began her career as a health analyst at RTI International, an independent non-profit research institute dedicated to improving the human condition worldwide.  Kate was pre-med at Emory College and has a Master’s from Harvard School of Public Health.  

Earlier Career: pre-med at Emory College, Master's from Harvard School of Public Health, Blue Cross Blue Shield, RTI International

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