Health Integrated unveils its Fall slate of executive speakers, who are covering a range of topics in health care and technology at national events in the latter half of 2015.
Health Integrated, the leader in Precision Empowered Care Management, today released its Fall slate of executive speakers presenting nationwide at leading health care and technology events. The presentations cover a range of topics built on Health Integrated’s strength in both holistic health care management and the innovative use of “big data.”
Cisco Perin, senior vice president for technology and information strategy, will present “Government Programs: Big Data Raises the Roof in Managing Care” at the Health Plan Alliance Medicare Advantage Collaborative conference Sept. 15 to 17 in Portland, Oregon. Perin will explain how government health care challenges can be overcome with the strategic use of big data.
Perin is also a featured presenter Oct. 6 on “Big Data Analytics for Population Health Management”
at the Health 2.0 conference in Santa Clara, California. He will engage with panelists and demonstrate a new member identification tool for the company’s flagship solution, Synergy Targeted Population Management.
Synergy empowers chronic care management for the highest-risk, highest-cost members of health plans.
Perin provides the vision for creation, development, execution and supervision of all aspects of information technology, strategy and services for Health Integrated. He is an innovator and entrepreneur with a proven ability to identify and use technology trends. Prior to joining Health Integrated in 2013, Perin was technology director at Consumer Reports in New York City since 2006.
Richard Sanchez, MD, senior medical strategist and medical director for Health Integrated, and Tracy Korman, executive vice president of innovation, will speak at “Mastering Medicaid Strategies for Improving Care and Lowering Costs” on Monday, Oct. 26, in Urbana, Illinois. They will share case studies and strategies for supporting members, providers and payers coping with the increasingly complex Medicaid population. The event is sponsored by the Illinois Partnership for Health.