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Incompatible Policy Solutions

Molly Coye of Avia and Ron Williams formerly of Aetna discuss robust strategies to make care more affordable over the long term.

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Molly Coye, MD

Executive in Residence
AVIA
Confab Chair

Dr. Molly Coye is Executive in Residence at AVIA, the leading network for health systems seeking to innovate and transform through the employment of digital solutions. At AVIA, she is the executive sponsor for the Medicaid Transformation Project, which brings together more than 20 health systems to focus on care models and scalable solutions addressing the needs of vulnerable populations. Dr. Coye also advises national health Full bio ›

Ron Williams

Chairman & CEO, RW2 Enterprises;
Former Chairman & CEO, Aetna

A veteran business leader and an expert in value creation; Ronald A. Williams is Chairman and CEO of RW2 Enterprises, LLC, as well as active in private equity and a director to several corporate boards. The former Chairman and CEO of health insurance giant Aetna Inc., Mr. Williams now focuses his energy on strategy, values-based leadership, public-private partnership and health care transformation. Through his firm, RW2 Ent Full bio ›

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