As the industry continues massive shifts at a sometimes dizzying pace, most organizations are forced to tweak models that have been in place for years or often decades. Getting unstuck from the old to establish the new requires both creativity and discipline. It can be difficult to avoid losing direction or stalling in the dreaded state of decision paralysis. These seasoned leaders have been there and have tales to tell about finding their footing, corralling the troops and persevering when the going gets tough.
Host: Lisa Suennen, Group Leader, Managing Director, Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP
Nancy Howell Agee, President & CEO, Carilion Clinic; Summit Chair
Deb Rice Johnson, President, Highmark
Nancy Howell Agee is the President and CEO of Carilion Clinic, a nearly $2 billion not-for-profit, integrated health system headquartered in Roanoke, Virginia; serving over 1 million people in Virginia and West Virginia. Carilion Clinic includes 7 hospitals ranging from a large, tertiary/quaternary medical center, Level 1 Trauma Center and teaching hospital (third largest in Virginia), to a Children's Hospital to midsized com Full bio ›
Ms. Rice-Johnson is an innovative health insurance leader, driven by a passion for reinventing health care experiences and pioneering provider relationships designed to keep care close to home and change antiquated reimbursement methods. Through diverse and inventive relationships ranging from joint ventures to equity interest partnerships, she has spearheaded affiliations and clinical alliances with Penn State Health, Geising Full bio ›
With more than 30 years’ experience as an entrepreneur, venture capitalist, board member and strategic advisor, Lisa Suennen has focused broadly on new technologies and how they are transforming businesses. She has spent much of her career helping companies adopt and leverage digital technologies, develop strategies for growth through innovation and investment, and build strong collaborations between established players and e Full bio ›