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Connecting the Provider and the Payer: Business and Platform Strategies for Health Care

Webcast—A virtual Industry Solution
January 14, 2021

Connecting the Provider and the Payer: Business and Platform Strategies for Health Care

Date: Thursday, January 14, 2021 | Time: 10–11 a.m. PT/1–2 p.m. ET

Host: Paul Thompson, VP, Americas National Sales and Business Development Leader, Healthcare and Life Sciences, DXC Technology

Discussion Leaders:
Gianni Piccininni, Healthcare and Life Sciences Industry Leader, Luxoft
George Mathew, MD, Chief Medical Officer, North America, DXC Technology

The inexorable gravitational tug pulling the provider and payer community together over the last decade is accelerating, driven by a number of catalysts. Health headlines are rightfully dominated by current events; individuals and their well-being are front and center. The ripple effect of these developments extends to the evolving regulatory environment and enabling technology.

Specific examples of changes in the legal and regulatory environment include:
• CMS Interoperability and Patient Access 
• ONC Cures Act 
• Executive orders and rules on transparency 

The question now is – will the responses by payers and providers be oriented toward compliance or creating new opportunities?

Key considerations include:
• What problems are we really trying to solve? 
• What changes to regulations will we see? 
• The trajectory – Big Bang or Methodical Transitions? 
• How can technology be effectively linked to needs? 

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