HBCH Newsletter 2020 Print

Leveraging Virtual Care and Traditional Care: Strategies for Success

Leveraging Virtual Care and Traditional Care: Strategies for Success

Virtual Health/Telemedicine offers innovative tools to address the "Triple Arm" of improving the patient experience, improving outcomes, and decreasing cost. Join thought leaders from Mercer and Kelsey-Seybold, along with other local healthcare executives to discuss challenges and effective approaches for value-based virtual healthcare delivery. Learn from your peers how they are using or plan to use virtual care.

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Transparency in Pharma

 

Transparency in the Pharma Supply Chain: Knowledge is Power!


“Every employer needs to hear this” was expressed by HBCH Board members attending the HBCH hosted employer-only discussion on transparency in the pharmacy supply chain.   Register now for this actionable pharma program where we will discuss:

  • The Need for Transparency in the Supply Chain
  • 2019 National Alliance Purchasers Guide to PBM Quality
  • 2019 National Alliance Employer Roundtables on Drug Management  Report

Our moderator will be Dr. James Dolan, Vice President, EY Parthenon, Life Sciences Strategy.  This interactive program will also present employer case studies of employers who took action once they understood the opportunities associated with contract optimization, specialty pharma analysis, and generic purchasing strategies. 

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HBCH Conference

Transparency: Clearing the Path to Value-Based Purchasing

 

Biography - Francios de Brantes is a nationally recognized thought leader on payment reform and has spent close to two decades working to transform the U.S. healthcare system by improving incentives for providers and consumers in order to encourage value-based decisions. He is the Senior Vice President of Remedy Partners, responsible for designing episodes of care solutions for employers, payers and providers. Prior to joining Remedy, Francois was the Executive Director of the Health Care Incentives Improvement Institute, a non-profit focused on improvements in the quality and affordability of health care through evidence-based incentive programs and support of payment reform models, where he lead the development and implementation of the Prometheus Payment model and the Bridges To Excellence program. Early in his career working in General Electric's corporate health care development, he was involved in many strategic programs that created, connected and supported Active Consumers, and defined market mechanisms to reward providers for better performance. Francois holds a master's degree in Economics and Finance from the University of Paris IX-Dauphine and a master's degree in Business Administration from the Tuck School of Business Administration at Dartmouth College.

 

April 14th, 2020
Hilton Houston Post Oak

20% Early Registration Ends 1/31/2020

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