Ghada Trotobas, SVP of Siemens Healthineers, discusses the nature of competition and key strategies to maximize the value of vertical integration.
In this week’s Health Evolution: The Interview Series, Senator Tom Daschle, former US Senate Majority Leader, discusses opportunities to improve health policy, vertical & horizontal consolidation and how to transform our “pyramid.”
Neil Borg, Managing Director, Head of Corporate Finance of Ziegler, and Tracy Bahl, EVP, Health Plans of CVS, examine how to drive change in post-acute care, integration and aligning incentives for the right economic models.
Ramona Sequeira, President of Takeda Pharmaceuticals U.S.A., Inc. discusses the most important aspects of leadership, developing a unique culture and lends her advice to lead in this dynamic industry.
Nancy Howell Agee, President & CEO of Carillion Clinic discuss a consumer-centric path forward.
President of University of Texas MD Andesron Cancer Center share his insights on the current health care climate and innovations at MD Anderson.
Neil de Crescenzo, President & CEO of Change Healthcare discuss how to utilize data to improve the patient journey and the intersection of technology and domain.
Tony Tersigni of Ascension discusses the current health care policy environment, the move from fee-for-service towards fee-for-value and the need for government to help accelerate that move.
Mark McClellan, MD, PhD, Director, Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy & Robert J. Margolis, M.D., Professor of Business, Medicine and Policy shares his insight on public policy implications for the industry and opportunities for innovation.
Tim Lash, Chief Strategy Officer of West Health and Peter Fleischut, Chief Transformation Officer of New York Presbyterian Hospital discuss the current impact of connected health and its potential, telehealth and how it is reimbursed and the integration of physical and virtual visits
Busy Burr, Former VP, Innovation & Head of Humana Health Ventures, Humana Inc., Rob Coppedge, CEO of Echo Health Ventures and Lisa Suennen, Former Senior Managing Director, GE Ventures discuss moving the needle on telehealth, paving the way for innovation in health care and working to ensure success
Steve Klasko, President & CEO of Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health, and Bill Simon, Former President & CEO of Walmart, discuss health care’s consumer revolution, what can be learned from the Superstore Model and where we go from here.
Eric Grossman, CEO of NextHealth Technologies, also shares insights on key elements of the measurement and optimization maturity curve and success factors in creating a culture of experimentation.
Dan Hilferty, President & CEO of Independence Health Group, discusses quality outcomes and cost, facilitated health networks and telling a story with data.