Transparency and interoperability: How “information liberation” will transform health plan strategy
April 22, 2021
- April 22, 2021
1:00 p.m.–3 p.m. ET | VIRTUAL
Over the last year, federal regulators have pushed forward monumental policies that aim to make patient health data and cost information more accessible, transparent, and usable. These rules will require payers and providers to share structured data in new formats, with a wide range of parties, for past and upcoming services.
While immediate compliance brings a host of technical challenges for implementation, payers must prepare now for the strategic impacts these changes will bring—from affecting their consumer experience and network management initiatives, to opening the door to disruptive new entrants offering new services to members, purchasers, and providers.
To get beyond baseline compliance, we’re bringing together data management, payer contracting, and consumer technology experts who focus on transparency and interoperability to discuss market impacts and implications for strategic payer decisions today:
- Michael Della Villa, Chief Information Officer & Head of Shared Services, MVP Health Care
- Rachel Goldstein, Senior Manager, CAQH
- John Kelly, Principal Business Advisor, Edifecs
- Patrick Murta, Chief Interoperability Architect & Fellow, Enterprise Architecture, Humana
- Lynda Rowe, Senior Advisor, Value-based Markets at InterSystems
- Kay Kitajima, Senior Director, Payer-Provider Partnerships, Optum Advisory Services
- Siobhan Matsagas, Director, Government Programs and Mandate Implementation, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey
- Chris Sukenik, Principal at BDC Advisors
- David Vivero, Co-founder and CEO at Amino