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Health Integrated Issues Executive Report on Health Plan Success

by Health Integrated | Nov 11, 2015
Health Integrated has issued a complimentary downloadable report from its exclusive CEO Roundtable, distilling the best thinking from two days' worth of presentations and dialogue among 20 high-growth health plan CEOs and industry thought leaders on succeeding in the current environment.


Health Integrated today released an executive report compiled from the inaugural CEO Roundtable: Market Signals and Payer Adaptations, an invitation-only gathering of high-growth health plan CEOs, held August 12 in Chicago. The 10-page CEO Roundtable Report: Five Considerations for Health Plan Success summarizes the presentations and dialogue during the event, which focused on how health plans can thrive in the value economy. Five major themes emerged as the blueprint for success:

  1. Understand the factors needed to get different results
  2. Transform through technology with data as the driver to innovation
  3. Shift where care is delivered and by whom
  4. Reach, engage and delight members
  5. Grab the bait and participate in innovative care models

The event featured a lineup of esteemed industry thought leaders, including former Secretary of Health and Human Services and Leavitt Partners founder and chairman Michael O. Leavitt, and former acting administrator for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Charlene Frizzera. More than 20 CEOs from high-growth health plans were in attendance, including Community Health Plan of Washington, Family Health Network and Passport Health Plan.

The report captures thought leader views and predictions, as well as candid observations from the CEOs about their challenges and the excitement they feel about innovative health care delivery and payment models. While cost drives much of the national health care conversation, the report shows that health plans have a sincere desire to service their members and be a force for good in the evolution to a more viable system for the United States. Other areas of keen interest were data connectivity, patient privacy, the retail revolution and the future of remote care management. To read the full report, click here.


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