The shift to performance-based contracts had already begun to push the delivery paradigm from episodic, facility-based care to more frequent interactions to care for the whole person, when they are not in the office. COVID-19 only fueled the fire, making it mission-critical to rethink where care happens, now and in the future.
We surveyed constituents across the healthcare landscape to understand where the ‘health-at-home’ trend is today, and where it is moving tomorrow. Our expert panel will identify and discuss the underlying factors driving care home, and opportunities for risk-bearing organizations to leverage the home to improve outcomes and reduce cost.
Attendees will learn:
- How the new generation of engaged and savvy healthcare consumers feels about care moving home
- Whether clinicians are ready, willing and able to adopt new technologies and delivery models
- What insurance executives think about this trend and its likelihood to impact cost, quality and outcomes
- How regulators and legislators are moving the needle to shift care to the home
Richard Popeil, MD, MBA
CareCentrix Strategic Advisor
Co-Founder, Xploration Health, LLC
Dr. Richard Popiel is a board-certified internal medicine physician and healthcare executive with over 26 years of experience leading patient-centric healthcare organizations. He is currently a Senior Advisor at McKinsey & Company. Dr. Popiel recently retired from Cambia Health Solutions, a Portland, Oregon based health solutions company where he served as the company’s Executive Vice President and Corporate Chief Medical Officer for over six years. At Cambia, he was responsible for all medical cost (clinical, network, pharmacy) as well as the clinical strategy deployed to improve health plan members’ outcomes and their experiences as healthcare consumers.
Dr. Popiel serves on the Boards/Advisory Boards of Healthmap Solutions, Medecision, BioiQ, Tabula Rasa Healthcare, Pager, and Sentio. He is also a member of the Board of The George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates, one of the largest medical groups in the District of Columbia. Dr. Popiel received his doctorate of medicine degree from The George Washington University and his MBA from The Kellogg School of Management at the Northwestern University.
Ray Quintero is a Managing Partner at Healthsperien, LLC, with nearly two decades in health care public policy, legislative, regulatory, grassroots advocacy, communications and political experience. As Managing Partner, Ray leads a team of experts who specialize in developing in-depth legislative and regulatory policy strategies, analyses, and strategic advocacy and communications for a wide-range of health care organizations, including Fortune 100 businesses, national health plans, professional associations, issue-based coalitions, and not-for-profit providers.
Prior to joining Healthsperien, Ray served as Senior Vice President of Public Policy at the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) in Washington, D.C. and Chicago.
A native of Arizona, Ray received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Arizona, where he served as Student Body President and on the Arizona Alumni Association Board.
General Manager, Go To Market Strategy
Melissa brings more than 15 years of experience in healthcare leadership to CareCentrix where she is General Manager of Go to Market Strategy. Melissa comes to the company from Express Scripts, formerly Medco Health Solutions, where she was the GM for Member Experience and Home Delivery, responsible for patient and provider digital strategies and the multi-billion dollar home delivery pharmacy. In her prior role she led the growth strategy for the Prescription Drug Plan in the Government Programs Division. Previously, Melissa was an actuarial analyst at United Healthcare.
Vice President of Marketing
Chris Storer is Vice President of Marketing at CareCentrix. Chris’s work spans the frontier of health tech and delivery innovation in senior executive marketing and product development roles.
Prior to joining CareCentrix, Chris built American Well’s (now Amwell: NYSE AMWL) population health offering and national specialist network, launched the first-ever direct-to-consumer telehealth app, Amwell, and built Amwell’s b2b and consumer marketing infrastructure. Chris also served as Chief Marketing Officer of Twine Health, acquired by Fitbit in 2017.