Total Health

Chicago, October 4-5, 2022

#TotalHealth

In-person
Chicago, October 4-5, 2022

  • 1,000+Attendees
  • 75+Speakers
  • 4+Tracks
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Dr Anthony Fauci

Dr Anthony Fauci

Director, NIAID

Dr Francis Collins

Dr Francis Collins

Director, National Institute of Health

Lloyd Dean

Lloyd Dean

CEO, CommonSpirit Health

Dr. Vivek H. Murthy

Dr. Vivek H. Murthy

Surgeon General of the United States

Dr Vas Narasimhan

Dr Vas Narasimhan

CEO, Novartis

Dr Rod Hochman

Dr Rod Hochman

President and CEO, Providence St Joseph

Kristen Helton

Kristen Helton

GM, Amazon Care

Kim Keck

Kim Keck

President and CEO, Blue Cross Blue Shield Association

2021 event agenda

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  • Day 1: Data & Collaboration
  • Day 2: Digital Health
  • Day 3: Health Security
  • Day 4: Breakthrough Medical Innovation
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Day 1: Data & Collaboration

We are at a rare and exciting intersection in healthcare. Data, that has been accumulating, meets computational resources that can handle it. As such, breaking down the barriers that keep patient health information locked in digital silos is critical, not only for compliance, but to unleash the untapped potential of data-driven healthcare.

9.00-9.45AM (45 mins) Eastern, US
Panel: Combat stress, fatigue and burnout within your healthcare organisation
  • Culture: Develop accessible employee assistance programmes with accredited counsellors and wellbeing resources to support employees and prevent burnout
  • Retention and resilience: Provide the working conditions and incentives that are most effective in attracting and retaining healthcare staff
  • Technology: Learn of the transformative potential AI manage workload an liberate medical staff time to dedicate for patients

Anne Klibanski
Dr. Anne Klibanski President and CEO Mass General Brigham

Clay Holderman
Clay Holderman President and CEO UnityPoint Health

Nancy Howell Agee
Nancy Howell Agee President and CEO Carilion Clinic

Dr Laura Hamill
Dr Laura Hamill Chief Science Officer Limeade

Stuart Winters
Moderator: Stuart Winters CEO of Healthcare Sodexo

9.45-10.05AM (20 mins) Eastern, US
Bringing people and organizations together to improve health
  • Hear from Facebook leaders on the strategy and tools behind the company’s efforts to give people new ways to support their health and the health of others – including the Covid-19 Information Center, vaccine finder and blood donation notifications
  • Learn about partnerships with public health experts and our efforts to amplify the voices of trusted messengers.
  • Explore ways we are reaching those hardest-hit communities where hesitancy to vaccines is a concern

Jenny Streets
Jenny Streets Head of Facebook Health

Lu’chen Foster
Lu’chen Foster Director of Health Partnerships Facebook

10.05-10.20AM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Fireside chat: Reimagining a new model of ‘Health Caring’ through equity and affordability
  • Harness the power of education, partnership and community-based programming to confront health disparities—this is not a one-dimensional problem and there is not a one-dimensional solution
  • Advocate for public policies at the state and federal levels to improve access to health coverage and support efforts to address racism as a public health threat
  • Examine how the intersection of data and technology can help address the root causes of health inequities and create a more equitable, affordable healthcare system

Kim Keck
Kim Keck President and CEO Blue Cross Blue Shield Association

Blake Dodge
Blake Dodge Healthcare Reporter Business Insider

10.20-10.30AM (10 mins) Eastern, US
Reuters News in conversation with NIH Director Francis Collins

Reuters News in Conversation with NIH Director Francis Collins – Applying Lessons from the COVID-19 Pandemic to the Future of Biomedical Research.

Dr Francis Collins
Dr Francis Collins Director National Institute of Health

Julie Steenhuysen
Julie Steenhuysen Health and Science Correspondent Reuters

10.30-10.45AM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Presentation: Getting to Total Health Means Including Women’s Health

The COVID-19 pandemic has created a more urgent need for world leaders and policymakers to prioritize women’s health as the pandemic has exacerbated critical disparities and exposed key gaps in health care policies and systems. As a leader in the early detection, diagnosis and treatment of women’s health issues, Hologic, in partnership with Gallup, launched the Hologic Global Women’s Health Index to provide an actionable, science-backed data roadmap for improving health outcomes, life expectancy and quality of life for women and girls worldwide.

  • Why is prioritizing women’s health so critical as the world continues to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic?
  • How can we harness the lessons learned and urgency surrounding testing during the pandemic to women’s health testing as part of building a better healthcare system
  • How can the disparities gap be closed between current public policy approaches and reality? How can policymakers use the Hologic Global Women’s Health Index to set policy goals?

Stephen P. MacMillan
Stephen P. MacMillan Chairman, President and Chief ExecutiveHologic
10.45-11.00AM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Live Q&A

Stephen P. MacMillan
Stephen P. MacMillan Chairman, President and Chief ExecutiveHologic

Dr Francis Collins
Dr Francis Collins Director National Institute of Health

Kim Keck
Kim Keck President and CEO Blue Cross Blue Shield Association

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11.00-11.15AM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Presentation: The call center experience: Using innovation and feedback to create better patient outcomes

Contact centers have the power to transform agent and patient experiences. In-person contact center teams have had to suddenly shift to remote and hybrid working models, yet customers expect the same level of service, no matter where your team sits. Join Medallia and Atrium Health for a conversation about combining innovation, vision, and feedback in the Call Center to create a better patient experience. Discussion topics include: 

  • Holistic views of every touchpoint including call audio, call transcripts, chat logs, agent case notes, and survey comments
  • Quickly surface and track emerging issues in real-time
  • Track results and deliver insights to the entire organization, from agents to executives, no matter where they sit.
  • How personalized journeys can close the gaps in care delivery and provide better outcomes
  • Moving from reactive to proactive healthcare experiences

Toni Land, MBA, BSN, CPXP
Toni Land, MBA, BSN, CPXP Head of Healthcare Experience Medallia

Spencer Kirkman
Spencer Kirkman CPXP AVP Operations Performance Improvement Atrium Health

11.15-12.00PM (45 mins) Eastern, US
Panel: Taking action to eliminate disparities and advance health equity
  • Learn about the innovative models, tools and partnerships that leaders across the country are creating to meet their patients’ needs to ensure equity in access to services and care
  • Develop effective partnerships and community-based solutions for advancing health equity, creating a common vision and value, increasing the community's capacity to shape outcomes, and foster multi-sector collaboration
  • Collaborate with multiple different stakeholders - such as public health agencies, hospitals, or federally qualified health centers - to champion and implement health equity programs

David Holmberg
David Holmberg CEO Highmark Health

Dr Penny Wheeler
Dr Penny Wheeler CEO Allina Health

Dr Gary Kaplan
Dr Gary Kaplan Chairman and CEO Virginia Mason

Dr. Patti Doykos
Dr. Patti Doykos Executive Director of Healthy Equity BMS

Stacy Hurt
Moderator: Stacy Hurt The Patient Voice

12.00-12.15PM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Presentation: Decoding Disparities: How data can inform the race to health equity

For racial and ethnic groups in the United States, health disparities can take many forms. In this session, healthcare industry leaders from Janssen Scientific Affairs and beyond will:

  • Discuss the potential impact of population health data in tackling health equity gaps, such as potential pathways to better identify at-risk populations, closing communication gaps among individuals and care providers, prioritizing valuable healthcare delivery models, providing access to available public health programs and services, and improving population health decision making
  • Discuss paths to driving sustainable change, including efforts like Johnson & Johnson’s Our Race to Health Equity initiative - a $100 million commitment over the next five years to invest in and promote health equity solutions for Black communities and other communities of color in the United States.
  • Announce the award recipients of the Decoding Disparities QuickFire Challenge, which will provide promising U.S.-based innovators with data-driven concepts, tools, and technologies aiming to better detect, understand, or reduce disparities prevalent in health care with grant funding, access to the global Johnson & Johnson Innovation - JLABS network and mentorship from experts at the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies.

Dr John Cuddeback
Dr John Cuddeback Chief Medical Informatics Officer American Medical Group Association

Anastasia Daifotis
Anastasia Daifotis Chief Scientific Officer Janssen North America Pharmaceuticals
12.15-12.30PM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Presentation: Using the triple aim to improve customer experience
  • Infuse the Triple Aim framework into your organization’s customer experience program
  • Understand common pain points and use cases across Benefits, Pharmacy, Care Delivery, Financing Healthcare, and Population Health
  • Learn how to identify applicable data sources and implement metrics that engage stakeholders and drive organizational change

Dave Pabley
Dave Pabley Principle Consultant Clarabridge

12.30-12.45PM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Presentation: COVID-19's crushing impact: can biosimilars solve the looming healthcare crisis?
  • A global pandemic has stressed drug supply chains and added billions to medical debts, crushing our healthcare systems. 
  • Biologics are transformative, but a more sustainable pricing strategy is needed to unlock patient access to medicines in a stable and equitable way.
  • Biosimilars have the potential to transform healthcare systems, ensuring broader access, and sustainable supply, without compromising on quality.

Richard Saynor
Richard Saynor CEO Sandoz

12.45-1.00PM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Live Q&A

Richard Saynor
Richard Saynor CEO Sandoz

Dave Pabley
Dave Pabley Principle Consultant Clarabridge

Anastasia Daifotis
Anastasia Daifotis Chief Scientific Officer Janssen North America Pharmaceuticals

Dr John Cuddeback
Dr John Cuddeback Chief Medical Informatics Officer American Medical Group Association

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1.00-1.15PM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Fireside chat: Spotlight on improving equity and inclusion
  • Patient data: Ensure patient data is representative of the people you intend to serve by setting goals for representation and  designing end end-to-end plan to meet your objectives 
  • Equity: Build representation in at every juncture in healthcare – from clinical trials to the workforce – to create a more equitable system, designed to reduce disparities in healthcare
  • Sharing and collaboration: Establish partnerships and collaborative models of research and care delivery
  • Access: Reduce the cost of care and tackle unaffordable prices that exacerbate healthcare inequalities

Marc Harrison
Dr Marc Harrison President and CEO Intermountain

Kathy Giusti
Kathy Giusti Founder MMRF and Co-Chair HBS Kraft Accelerator

1.15-2.00PM (45 mins) Eastern, US
Panel: Health data interoperability exchange
  • Enable information systems to work together within and across organizational boundaries in order to advance the effective delivery of care
  • Examine the impact of interoperability on care delivery and re-imbursement models to understand the opportunities to improve care cost, efficiency and quality in your organization
  • Set the tone for interoperability between systems and its alignment with financial incentives in the era of in value-based care and relationship between population health and financial performance

Murielle Beene
Murielle Beene Chief Health Informatics Officer Trinity Health

Valerie Leschber
Dr. Valerie Leschber Senior Vice President, Chief Medical Officer Cone Health

Devon Valencia
Devon Valencia Chief Information Officer Caresource

Rebecca Pifer
Moderator: Rebecca Pifer Reporter Healthcare Dive

2.00-2.15PM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Presentation: Optimizing the Healthcare Digital Supply Chain with Interoperability and FHIR
  • Optimize each link on the digital healthcare supply chain through interoperability, leveraging EHRs as a core source of truth across the healthcare system
  • Explore healthcare data and delivery opportunities by aligning different applications across any healthcare enterprise
  • Understand the use cases of FHIR APIs including better data sharing, management, mining and integration

Mifan Careem
Mifan Careem Vice President - Solutions Architecture WSO2 Inc

2.15-2.30PM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Reuters News In conversation With Kristen Helton, GM, Amazon Care

Kristen Helton leads Amazon Car, a care model offering that includes both virtual and in-person care, with telemedicine via app, chat and remote video, as well as follow-up visits and prescription drug delivery in person directly

Kristen Helton
Kristen Helton GM Amazon Care

2.30-3.30PM (60 mins) Eastern, US
Workshop: A future-ready healthcare system powered by innovation pods

Rapid action analytics pods help you meet constantly changing and complex demands with data-driven innovation. Join this interactive workshop to explore how you can build organizational agility through a state-of-the-art analytics organization. Together we’ll uncover ways to:

  • Respond to disruption at speed
  • Enable analytics at scale while being agile and nimble
  • Drive outcomes across the healthcare value chain
  • Avoid pitfalls in analytics transformation

Dr. Reni Thomas
Dr. Reni Thomas Healthcare Analytics Leader Genpact

Supreet Arora
Supreet Arora Healthcare Analytics Leader Genpact

Khader Syed
Khader Syed Healthcare Analytics Ops Lead Genpact

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Day 2: Digital Health

The adoption of telehealth continues to rise rapidly, requiring seismic shifts in the approach to patient pathways and care across the continuum. Re-invent the site of care to make access a problem of the past and drive down organizational costs.

10.00-10.15AM (45 mins) Eastern, US
Presentation: Rethink where health happens

The Center for Workforce Health and Performance in the U.S. believes that if people took care of more of their healthcare needs at home, this could result in $45 Billion saved from unneeded doctors’ visits, among other costs. 

  • During the pandemic, people started taking more health ownership out of necessity.  How can we harness this change to impact health systems moving forward?
  • What are the enablers to prioritizing health ownership within the healthcare continuum?
  • How can we work together across the private and public sectors to drive systemic change?

Daniella Foster
Daniella Foster Global Vice President and Head of Public Affairs, Science and Sustainability Bayer’s Consumer Health division

10.15-10.30AM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Presentation: The benefit of integrated system of care

One of the major developments over the past few decades is growing consolidation resulting in the growth of large health systems. This has fueled criticism by some academics and policy makers. This presentation will argue the opposite that large systems:

  • Advance quality and access
  • Are positive contributions to community health
  • Are essential to responding in times of crises, as evidenced by COVID

Michael Dowling
Michael Dowling President and CEO Northwell Health

10.30-10.45AM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Presentation: Combine social risk data with clinical insights to drive targeted, tailored intervention
  • Predictive: Integrating social determinants of health data into intervention design and delivery through powerful machine learning algorithms
  • Improve diversity: Leverage data to work with local clinicians and community partners to develop culturally targeted practices aimed at supporting underserved populations
  • Community connections: Hear best practice models of care for patients with complex health and social care needs

Michael Neidorff
Michael Neidorff Chairman, President and CEO Centene

10.45-11.00AM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Live Q&A

Michael Dowling
Michael Dowling President and CEO Northwell Health

Michael Neidorff
Michael Neidorff Chairman, President and CEO Centene

Daniella Foster
Daniella Foster Global Vice President and Head of Public Affairs, Science and Sustainability Bayer’s Consumer Health division

11.00-11.15AM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Presentation: Virtual primary care is here - what are the ingredients for success?
  • Get an understanding of the critical components that increase VPC adoption
  • Zoom in on the role of Trust as the foundation of end-user behavioral change
  • Learn how to increase provider efficiencies by combining synchronous and asynchronous telehealth, and ongoing remote patient monitoring

Dedi Gilad
Dedi Gilad CEO & Co-Founder TytoCare

11.15-12.00PM (45 mins) Eastern, US
Panel: The future of digital and remote health: Create a financially sustainable model of healthcare
  • Care outside the hospital setting: Evaluate the challenge of financial sustainability in healthcare and the potential impact of remote health on cost and access to care
  • Self-health: Enhance the digital experience, reduce call volume by identifying primary call drivers, improving online resources, and offering self-service functions
  • Personalisation: Empower patients and members to access and track progress towards their health goals and care plan

Dr Susan Turney
Dr Susan Turney President and CEO Marshfield Clinic

Carlos A. Migoya
Carlos A. Migoya CEO Jackson Health System

Pat Geraghty
Pat Geraghty CEO Guidewell and Florida Blue

Florence Kariuki
Florence Kariuki Chief Clinical Officer Health Recovery Solutions

Andrew Schorr
Moderator: Andrew Schorr EVP Remedy Health Media

12.00-12.15PM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Fireside chat: The next normal: Re-imagining our nation's health

What do we want to keep and lose from the pandemic? What did the pandemic teach us about how we value our health and wellbeing? The Nation's Doctor, Surgeon General Vivek Murthy will participate in a fireside chat about reimagining and reinventing our nation's health in this next phase of the pandemic.

Dr Vivek Murthy
Dr Vivek Murthy United States Surgeon General

Izzy Gladstone
Moderator: Izzy Gladstone Head of Marketing, Pharma and Healthcare Reuters Events

12.15-12.30PM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Presentation: Accelerated consumerization in healthcare – Transforming the patient experience

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, consumer demand for digital healthcare experiences has exploded. This session will explore the following:

  • The shifting power structure in healthcare
  • The importance of personalized experiences and how they drive better outcomes
  • How digital velocity and flexibility are critical in healthcare

Tom Swanson
Tom Swanson Head of Health & Life Sciences Strategy and Marketing Adobe

12.30-12.45PM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Presentation: Everywhere you are: Patient-centered care when and how you need it
  • Reimagine a virtual care landscape that meets patients where they are, whether that’s in a local doctor’s office, an urban apartment, a rural home or even at their office.
  • Explore patient experience offerings that seamlessly synthesize traditional brick-and-mortar care with virtual care, empowering leaders to expand access and care value in ways that keep patients at the center of every decision.
  • Infuse patient-centered care into the fabric of virtual care. From virtual visits to wearables and health devices, the future of care is where patients are.

Carl Armato
Carl Armato President and CEO Novant Health

12.45-1.00PM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Live Q&A

Tom Swanson
Tom Swanson Head of Health & Life Sciences Strategy and Marketing Adobe

Dedi Gilad
Dedi Gilad CEO & Co-Founder TytoCare

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1.00-1.15PM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Break
1.15-2.00PM (45 mins) Eastern, US
Panel: Value-based care and the emergence of the payvider model
  • Assess the move form volume-based and to value based-care and the alignment of incentives
  • As value-based healthcare becomes more common, identify what models, partnerships and structures insurers and providers can take to increase the quality of care and minimize their financial risks
  • Learn how to successfully integrated systems, data, workforce and culture to develop seamless, cost effective payvider operations

Luisa Charbeau
Luisa Charbeau CEO Braven Health

Dr Jaewon Ryu
Dr Jaewon Ryu CEO, President and CRO Geisinger Health

Dr Lindsay Jubelt
Dr Lindsay Jubelt Chief Population Health Officer Mass General Brigham

David Nash
Moderator: David Nash Founding Dean Emeritus Jefferson College of Population Health

2.00-2.15PM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Presentation: Healthcare Gone Hybrid
  • Provider, payer, and life science return to work strategies
  • Parity of the immersive communication experience for on-site and virtual workers
  • Experience a demonstration of remote workers and on-site conference room interactions

Ron Emerson
Ron Emerson Global Healthcare Lead Zoom

2.15-2.30PM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Reuters News in conversation with Dr. Anthony Fauci

Reuters News interviews Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID). Dr. Fauci is widely acclaimed for his leadership in the defence against coronavirus.

Dr Anthony Fauci
Dr Anthony Fauci Director NIAID

Julie Steenhuysen
Julie Steenhuysen Health and Science Correspondent Reuters

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Day 3: Health Security

Build health systems, not sickness systems: Leverage real world data to identify social determinants of health to build predictive, preventative and personalized, value-based care for populations.

8.30-9.30AM (30 mins) Eastern, US
Workshop: Real World Data Insights in Nature and Nurture

We have been debating Nature vs Nurture since the 1600s and have finally come to a consensus - both are important!  Come listen and speak to our panel of experts on how both precision medicine and social determinants can make a difference on the welfare of an individual, including:

  • How such insights on a population scale can be collected through tools such as Natural Language Processing, put into a common data model (OMOP/OHDSI) and re-distributed for insights for improved population health and insights for better drug development.
  • Unlock the value of the unstructured (text data) and how NLP/AI can help with the identification, extraction and relationship mapping of geno-phenotype characteristics, and how SDoH is necessary for enhanced phenotyping.

Joanne M. Hackett
Joanne M. Hackett Head of Genomic and Precision Medicine IQVIA

Silvia Valkova
Silvia Valkova Principal IQVIA

Dr. Christian Reich
Dr. Christian Reich Real-World Solutions and Principal Investigator, Observational Health Data Science and Informatics IQVIA

Dr. Calum Yacoubian
Dr. Calum Yacoubian Associate Director of Healthcare Product & Strategy, Linguamatics IQVIA
09.45-10.00AM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Presentation: A silver lining. How the development of the Covid-19 vaccine may have changed vaccine and therapeutic development forever
  • How will the digital transformation of the last 1.5 years change pharma business models going forward?
  • What are some specific examples of successful digital solutions at scale at Pfizer –- for the vaccine efforts and beyond?
  • What role does company culture play in a successful transformation within pharma companies?

Lidia Fonseca
Lidia Fonseca Chief Digital and Technology Officer Pfizer

10.00-10.15AM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Fireside chat: A Vision for Healthcare After COVID-19
  • Explore how we build upon the tremendous innovation spurred by the pandemic while addressing gaps and current health system failures that have left so many behind.
  • Re-imagine how medicine is delivered through greater adoption of telehealth and the extension of health care into the home.
  • Re-orient the care delivery system from one that treats illness to one that adapts to adapted to prevent disease and keep patients out of harm's way.

David Entwistle
David Entwistle President and CEO Stanford Health

Kim Dixon
Kim Dixon Senior Editor Healthcare Dive

10.15-10.30AM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Fireside chat: The power of the partnership

The COVID-19 Pandemic has shown us an undeniable power in partnership and community to collectively find solutions to advance patient care

  • Explore how the future of health care is collaborative and requires innovation that is not solely about technology, but rather innovative approaches in how organizations work together
  • Learn how partnerships enable health systems to expand access and bring social support to patients outside of the traditional hospital setting 
  • Beyond health care, strategic academic partnerships are helping build the workforce of the future by addressing health disparities and access to culturally competent care

Lloyd Dean
Lloyd Dean CEO CommonSpirit Health

Mohana Ravindranath
Mohana Ravindranath Senior Healthcare Reporter Business Insider

10.30-10.45AM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Presentation: Disruption for Good: Customer Experience in Innovations for Life Sciences

Join Fred Reichheld, Bain Fellow and creator of the NPS (Net Promoter Score)  and Rich Schwartz, Head of Life Sciences Experience at Medallia, for a conversation about disruption for good in the life sciences industry, including: 

  • How Earned Growth Ratio (EGR), which gauges customer loyalty through the lens of revenue growth streams, can help Pharma see the Return on Experience
  • The opportunity in putting life science employees in a position to enrich customers' lives
  • Can we reach a place where the Experience itself has clinical implications (EaaM – Experience as a medicine)?
  • Mindset/Skillset: What organizations need to in order to pivot to Enriching Lives through experience optimization

Fred Reichheld
Fred Reichheld Bain Fellow and Creator of Net Promoter System (NPS)

Rich Schwartz
Rich Schwartz Head of Life Sciences Experience Medallia

10.45-11.00AM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Live Q&A
  • Details coming soon...

David Entwistle
David Entwistle President and CEO Stanford Health

Rich Schwartz
Rich Schwartz Head of Life Sciences Experience Medallia

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11.00-11.15AM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Break
11.15AM-12.00PM (45 mins) Eastern, US
Panel: Health Security: Shifting the care paradigm with predictive and preventative health
  • Health Assurance: Place greater emphasis on intervention to tackle the route cause, not just the symptoms in public health
  • Start early: Understand the role of early detection as part of a compensative population health strategy
  • Predictive and preventative: Increasing surveillance to identity SDOH and tackle health concerns before they advance to the stage of needing a diagnosis or treatment

Karen Ignagni
Karen Ignagni President and CEO EmblemHealth

Nate Favini
Nate Favini CMO Forward

Jim Skorgsbergh
Jim Skorgsbergh CEO Advocate Aurora Health

Moderator: Samantha Liss
Moderator: Samantha Liss Reporter Healthcare Dive

12.00-12.15PM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Presentation: The era of consumerism in health
  • Understand how consumerism has evolved significantly over the past 20 years, in health care and in the rest of our lives
  • Develop success in meeting consumer needs, to benefit not only consumers but the health care system overall – for example, people using mobile and online transparency resources are more likely to select health care providers rated on quality and cost-efficiency, while paying less than non-users
  • Build a better understanding of what consumers are demanding to inform the development of treatments and approaches to care

Brian Thompson
Brian Thompson CEO UnitedHealth Group

12.15-12.30PM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Presentation: Eliminating health disparities FOR ALL: Embracing the power of data, Collaboration and social impact amidst a global pandemic
  • Utilizing technologically advanced tactics, such as data-driven Geographic Information System (GIS) Maps, to break down barriers to COVID-19 testing and treatment in our most vulnerable communities
  • Maximizing the value of public-private partnerships to deliver high-impact supplies and services, such as masks and vaccines, to guarantee every person – no matter their race, color or creed – receives protection from COVID-19
  • Harnessing and expanding pan-industry partnerships to bring regenerative medicine – what the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services calls the “next evolution of medical treatments” – to patients through innovative support technologies and delivery methods

Eugene A. Woods
Eugene A. Woods President and CEO Atrium Health

12.30-1.00PM (30 mins) Eastern, US
Fireside chat: Bringing care into the home - How home delivery can transform access & patient experience
  • Learn from the CEO of one of America’s most innovative healthcare systems how they are making healthcare more convenient and accessible by bringing care closer to patients than ever before.
  • Discover how the emergent field of instant logistics - delivering medicines, devices, or medical supplies on demand, autonomously - is poised to transform how patients access care and slow the rising costs of healthcare.
  • Examine what’s possible when you can erase the barriers of time and space in getting patients and healthcare providers in the field what they need, when they need it.

Marc Harrison
Dr Marc Harrison President and CEO Intermountain

Keller Rinaudo
Keller Rinaudo Co-founder and CEO Zipline

1.00-1.15PM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Presentation: Protecting America’s Medicine Cabinet: Creating a resilient, U.S.- based essential medicines supply chain
  • Understand how COVID-19 has escalated the already critical issue of essential medicine shortages
  • Explore how innovation in essential medicine manufacturing is a key component of the strategy to ensure a resilient, U.S.- based supply chain for America’s future
  • Learn about how we can prevent future essential medicine shortages and the role of America’s first Strategic Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient Reserve (SAPIRTM) and Strategic Essential Medicine Rapid Availability Platform (SEMRAPTM)

Dan Hackman
Dan Hackman Chief Business Officer Phlow

1.15-2.00PM (45 mins) Eastern, US
Panel: Data-driven population health management
  • Uncover actionable insights in your population health data to inform patient pathways, care solutions and community care investment
  • Hear how leading organizations have embraced the new value-based care model and integrated population health management into process, work culture and technology systems
  • Improve diversity and inclusion in your patient monitoring processes and better understand social determines of health to reduce inequities and disparities in care

Dr Roberta Capp
Dr Roberta Capp Chief Medical Officer and Vice President of Clinical Operations and Innovations Blue Cross NC

Kate Berry
Kate Berry SVP, Clinical Affairs and Strategic partnerships AHIP

James E. Fanale
James E. Fanale MD, President and CEO Care New England Health System

Dr Will Caldwell
Dr Will Caldwell Senior Vice President Health Catalyst

Shannon Muchmore
Moderator: Shannon Muchmore Senior Editor Healthcare Dive

2.00-2.20PM (20 mins) Eastern, US
Presentation: The pandemic of 2030: Is there an avatar in the house?
  • Healthcare at any address: used technology to reduce health disparities
  • Care in the right way: Moving from sick care to a model of Health assurance

Dr Stephen Klasko
Dr Stephen Klasko President and CEO Jefferson Health

2.20-2.45PM (20 mins) Eastern, US
Fireside chat
  • Dr Klasko and Dr Nash discuss hoe to tackle the 4th industrial revolution technologies and turn population health, social determinants of health, and predictive analytics from philosophic and academic exercises to the mainstream of critical care, payment models and medical education.

Dr Stephen Klasko
Dr Stephen Klasko President and CEO Jefferson Health

David Nash
Moderator: David Nash Founding Dean Emeritus Jefferson College of Population Health

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Day 4: Breakthrough Medical Innovation

The pandemic showed us the power of a crisis mindset to fuel collaboration, innovation, investment and speed. Leverage new ways of working to break down barriers and build therapeutics of tomorrow.

10.00-10.15AM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Presentation: Never Let a Good Crisis Go to Waste: Realizing Opportunity From the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • You know the problems resulting from COVID-19, but what about the opportunities?
  • Are you prepared to move from sick care to preventive care? Focus on behavioral health? Tap into telehealth?
  • What have we learned and what can we apply over the coming months?

Dr Steve Miller
Steve Miller EVP and Chief Clinical Officer, Cigna Evernorth, a Cigna subsidiary

10.15-10.30AM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Presentation: Beyond mRNA: The promise of siRNA and other technologies in the future of health
  • The history of RNA in therapeutics—how RNA proved hard to harness, hard to make specific and useful in therapeutics
  • The ways the scientific community came together to realize the power of mRNA after decades of research at a time when humanity needed it most—to tackle COVID-19
  • A look forward at the future beyond mRNA, such as siRNA, and the ways RNA therapies could help reimagine medicine, including for treating chronic diseases like CVD, and improve human health globally.

Dr Vas Narasimhan
Dr Vas Narasimhan CEO Novartis

10.30-10.45AM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Presentation: Delivering whole person care
  • Remove bureaucracy and add the personal touch to healthcare to treat the whole person, not just the diagnosis
  • Confront external complexities that organizations face regarding workforce, politics, financial inequalities, environmental impacts and biological instabilities
  • Create a culture for delivering spiritual care, addressing health inequities, and taking care of the team members who deliver care

Terry Shaw
Terry Shaw President and CEO AdventHealth

10.45-11.00AM
Live Q&A

Terry Shaw
Terry Shaw President and CEO AdventHealth

Dr Steve Miller
Steve Miller EVP and Chief Clinical Officer, Cigna Evernorth, a Cigna subsidiary

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11.00-11.15AM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Reuters News in conversation with Stephane Bancel: Protecting human health through biotechnology breakthroughs and platforms

Details coming soon.

Stephane Bancel
Stephane Bancel CEO Moderna

Carl O’Donnell
Carl O’Donnell Pharmaceutical Industry Reporter Reuters

11.15-12.00PM (45 mins) Eastern, US
Panel: A new era of community collaboration to drive human health outcomes
  • Understand how health and quality of life are inextricably connected to key social factors, such as food insecurity, health disparities, behavioral and mental health
  • Address today’s needs in local communities through expanded access to all by creating community-based collaborations that leverage the capabilities and capacities of community partners
  • Blend clinical data with input from community members to identify a health challenges to address and develops a coordinated, community-based strategy

Dr Shantanu Agrawal
Dr Shantanu Agrawal Chief Health Officer Anthem

Brian Gragnolati
Brian Gragnolati President and CEO Atlantic Health System

Anne Quinn Young
Moderator: Anne Quinn Young Brand President MMRF

12.00-12.15PM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Presentation: The Need for Post-Vaccine Treatments: Can the Pandemic Become an Endemic?
  • How does COVID-19 go from being acute to endemic?
  • How are treatments important if we are getting vaccinated?
  • How can we learn from the COVID-19 pandemic and prepare for the next?

Cameron Durrant
Cameron Durrant Chairman and CEO Humanigen

12.15-12.30PM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Reuters News In Conversation with Bob Bradway: Biopharmaceutical Innovation and the Promise of the ‘Biocentury’

Robert A. Bradway is Amgen’s chairman and chief executive officer. He became chairman in January 2013 and chief executive officer in May 2012. Prior to joining Amgen, Bradway was a managing director at Morgan Stanley in London where, beginning in 2001, he had responsibility for the firm’s banking department and corporate finance activities in Europe. He joined Morgan Stanley in New York as a health care industry investment banker in 1985 and moved to London in 1990.

Bob Bradway
Bob Bradway Chairman and CEO Amgen

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Deena Beesley Correspondent Reuters

12.30-12.45PM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Fireside chat: Maintaining the “long-game” Through a pandemic: Staying focused and tackling challenges head-on
  • How a business and R&D transformation with a focused yet nimble mindset helped Takeda navigate a complex global environment and deliver results contributing to both short and long-term growth  
  • Why sourcing innovation from public/private collaborations accelerates transformative solutions for patients in need and enables the organization to maintain overall focus
  • How AI and technology are advancing business strategies, workforce engagement and ultimately, global health
  • Understanding “what’s next” for R&D, as we continue to address global public health issues, but keep true to our purpose and delivering life-transforming treatments to patients worldwide

Christophe Weber
Christophe Weber President and CEO Takeda

soon
Rocky Swift Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Correspondent Reuters

12.45-1.00PM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Live Q&A

Dr. David Reese
Dr. David Reese EVP of Global Research Amgen

Andy Plump
Andy Plump President of R&D Takeda

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1.00-1.15PM (15 mins) Eastern, US
Break
1.15-2.00PM (45 mins) Eastern, US
Panel: Redefining behavioural healthcare with digital technology
  • Understand the marketplace for digital behavioral health products including evidence-based therapeutic interventions driven by software programs to prevent, manage, or treat a specific disease or disorder – and assess future opportunities
  • Review the real life experiences of using online coaching and technology augmented engagement with patients
  • Understand how digital therapeutics and telehealth can provide better access to care, overcoming the unmet needs around mental health by circumnavigating social stigma and financial constraints (while saving time and costs for patients, providers, and payers)

Manish Sapra
Manish Sapra MD, Psychiatry Northwell Health

Sarah Adler
Sarah Adler Clinical Associate Professor, Psychiatry and Behavioural Sciences Stanford Hospital and Clinics

Stuart Archer
Stuart Archer CEO Oceans Healthcare

Moderator: Esther Schorr
Moderator: Esther Schorr EVP Remedy Health Media

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