We have all heard the claims that it is time to ‘transform’ or ‘disrupt’ healthcare.
We have waited eagerly to see what big tech would do, and we have watched the rise (and fall) of startups with bold ambitions. But, two of the most successful leaders in healthcare, David Holmberg, CEO of Highmark Health, and Annie Lamont, Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Oak HC/FT, are working with--and within--some of the largest incumbents to transform healthcare into an ecosystem of health.
From day one as CEO, Holmberg has embraced disruption. Starting with the bold turnaround of Allegheny Health Network, Holmberg has driven record performance by encouraging his teams to embrace disruptions that meaningfully improve the patient experience. Unlike many provider / payer leaders who are tenured doctors or career industry executives, Holmberg uniquely leverages his past retail industry expertise and proven customer-centric concepts to improve the care experience.
Described by The New York Times as "one of the most successful women ever in the lofty realm of venture capital," Lamont has a remarkable track record of investing in successful disruptors in healthcare, like OODA Health, that have realized transformation by working in partnership with leading payers and providers. She will talk about some of those investments and the unique strategies they have employed to transform industries at scale.
These are the disruptive trends Holmberg and Lamont will discuss:
- Shift from analog patient processes to digital, contextualized and personalized experiences
- Siloed healthcare decision-making, informed by limited data, to ecosystem decision-making that delivers better consumer health
- Shift from acute care delivery to virtual, holistic and reimbursable, in-home care
- Shift from reactive, fee-for-service health care to preventative, value-based, mind/body health and wellbeing
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