“Rethinking Care Delivery: Implementing New Models”
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Developing new delivery models that embrace the care delivery goes beyond simply supplying patients with information at time of checkout or discharge. It includes a commitment to patient-centered care, providing clear and useful information to patients, helping patients establish goals and plans to live a healthier life, creating a team of clinicians and administrative staff with clearly understood roles and responsibilities, and using office systems to support follow- up and tracking of patients.
This program will focus on a addressing:
- Importance of rethinking care delivery
- Reshaping care delivery to manage chronic care
- Current and Future Alternative Care Models
Importance of partnership among managed care, health system leaders, community based programs, clinical teams and patients
Errol L. Pierre, Moderator
SVP, State Programs, HealthFirst
Errol L. Pierre is a health care executive, public speaker, professor, and author. He serves as the SVP of State Programs at HealthFirst and was the former COO of Empire BlueCross BlueShield. Errol graduated from Fordham University with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. He later obtained a master’s degree in Health Policy and Financial Management from New York University and completed his Doctorate in Business Administration from Baruch College in 2022. He is an adjunct professor at New York University, Columbia University, and Baruch College teaching Health Economics and Health Transformation. Errol is also the author of a new book published by Wiley entitled The Way Up: Climbing the Corporate Mountain as a Professional of Color, where he delivers an actionable guide for under-represented employees seeking to grow in today’s virtual workplace
Catherine H. MacLean, MD, PhD
SVP, Chief Value Medical Officer, HSS
Catherine MacLean, MD, PhD, professor of medicine at the Weil Cornell Medical College, is the Senior Vice President and Chief Value Medical Officer at the Hospital for Special Surgery, where she leads the development and execution of strategies to measure, report and improve health care value. She is a nationally recognized expert on healthcare quality and value with a diverse leadership experience including strategic planning, implementation and evaluation of population health, quality and value programs in her current role and previously as an executive at Anthem ;a principal investigator on numerous academic research projects at UCLA and RAND; and as a director, chair or participant on numerous national boards, committees and panels related to health care quality and value. Dr. MacLean obtained her MD from Washington University, St. Louis. She completed training in internal medicine at the Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, and in rheumatology at UCLA’s Center for the Health Sciences. She obtained her PhD in health services from UCLA’s School of Public Health.
Gil Addo is CEO and Co-founder of RubiconMD, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Oak Street Health. RubiconMD’s digital health platform empowers primary care clinicians with access to virtual specialist support to improve patient care.
Founded in 2013, RubiconMD serves primary care clinicians across 37 states. The Huffington Post named RubiconMD one of the “Five Companies Defining the Future of Healthcare” and, in 2020, Alliance Bernstein ranked RubiconMD number 12 on its list of the top 25 private companies disrupting healthcare. The company raised over $40 million in capital from top tier investment firms and in 2021 was acquired by Oak Street Health for $190 million. Prior to founding RubiconMD, Gil was a Consultant at Putnam Associates, a pharma strategy consultancy, where he designed payer and market access strategies for fortune 500 clients. He previously held strategy and business development roles at Xerox, Cubist (acquired by Merck), and two early stage healthcare ventures.
Gil has appeared in Inc, Forbes, CNBC, Fortune and Entrepreneur Magazine. He’s been named one of Forbes’ “30 Under 30” in healthcare, Crain’s New York Business 40 Under 40 and Business Insider’s 30 under 40 in healthcare. In 2020, Crain’s New York named Gil to its list of the Most Notable in Health Care and in 2017 he received their Heritage Healthcare Innovator of the Year award. He holds a BS in Economics and Biomedical Engineering from Yale and an MBA from Harvard.
Arshad K. Rahim, MD, MBA, FACP
Chief Medical Officer, SVP Population Health, Mount Sinai Health System
Arshad Rahim, MD, MBA, FACP is Chief Medical Officer and Senior Vice President for Population Health for Mount Sinai Health System. He is responsible for all clinical programs and collaborative relationships that drive optimal clinical performance and population health success. Arshad is also responsible for helping build and driving value based care performance for the 4500+ providers in Mount Sinai Clinically Integrated Network (CIN) in value based contracts for 460K lives. He is also a practicing primary care physician and hospitalist within Mount Sinai Health System.