Featured Speakers Shed Light on Health System Change |

Featured Speakers Shed Light on Health System Change


Featured speakers at this year’s ANI: HFMA’s National Institute, will provide perspectives on health system change from industry heavyweights representing key stakeholder groups.

On Monday, June 17th, attendees will hear from three industry thought leaders.

Deloitte’s Paul Keckley: The Road Ahead: Impacts of Healthcare Reform in the Coming Decade. Based on comprehensive provider data, this session will explain trends and challenges in systems of care around three major themes: reform of health systems, disruptive innovations, and the role of consumers.

Blue Cross Blue Shield Associations’s Bob Kolodgy: Transforming the Payer-Provider Relationship to Improve Value. This session will feature payer perspectives on payment and care delivery reform. Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association CFO Bob Kolodgy will highlight promising models of payer-provider collaboration and describe how business models will need to evolve on both the payer and provider sides.

Moody’s Lisa Goldstein: Credit Ratings and Access to Capital in a New Healthcare Environment. In this session, Lisa Goldstein will discuss Moody’s outlook on significant trends affecting the financial performance of healthcare providers, steps that providers should be taking to anticipate and respond to these trends, and how changes to the healthcare system may affect access to capital over the next five to ten years.

On Wednesday, June 19th, two featured speakers will highlight crucial industry changes.

Insurance Exchange Pioneer and Wakely Consulting’s Jon Kingsdale: The Impact of Health Insurance Exchanges on the Provider Community. As executive director of the country’s inaugural health benefit exchange, Jon Kingsdale led key initiatives to make health insurance universally available and to reform healthcare financing in Massachusetts. Kingsdale will assess progress in developing the nation’s exchanges and explain changes providers can expect in payer mix, bad debt, and demand for services.

Venrock’s Bob Kocher, MD: Improving Transparency to Reduce Costs. Bob Kocher, a partner with venture capital firm Venrock and former special assistant to President Obama for healthcare and economic policy on the National Economic Council, will address the potential of improved transparency to help drive costs out of the healthcare system.

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