Now Playing: Healthcare from Everywhere and the New Global Imperatives
Occurring Virtually November 10-12, 2020
The global pandemic has birthed a global demand — an expectation, even — for context-aware, technology-enabled healthcare when and where people need it. Plug into the best minds and methodologies transforming the healthcare experience in real life and real time at the 7th Annual emids Healthcare Summit, your virtual backstage pass to healthcare’s hottest tracks, trends and talent. Join our exclusive conversation about how to make digital doable at unprecedented pace and scale. Unplug, too, with exclusive access to some of your favorite Nashville tastes, sips and sounds.
Featuring Country Music Superstar, Luke Bryan!
Luke was named as the first-ever recipient of the ACM Album of the Decade Award last year for CRASH MY PARTY and wrapped the last ten years as the Most Heard Artist of the Decade by Country Aircheck. Since his debut in 2009, Luke has released 24 #1 hits and has more RIAA certified digital singles than any other country artist with 54 million. Luke has also tallied up seven Billion streams, 12 million albums sold, plus four Platinum albums, two 4x-Platinum albums, seven RIAA certified albums, 22 Platinum singles and 12 Multi-Platinum singles.
He was recognized as a CMT Artist of the Year six consecutive times, was twice named the Entertainer of the Year by BOTH the Academy of Country Music and the Country Music Association and was honored as a NSAI Artist/Songwriter of the Year. In total Luke has won over 40 music awards including six ACM awards, six CMT Music Awards, five Billboard Music Awards, four American Music Awards, two CMA awards, an iHeart and a Teen Choice award and more.
He released his seventh studio album, BORN HERE LIVE HERE DIE Here on August. 7, and will return for a fourth season as a judge on “American Idol”.
As a healthcare executive, you can’t go to every conference anymore. You have to make the tough choice of the two or three conferences that you’re going to go to. From my perspective, this is always one of those three, one of the three best conferences in healthcare.Glen TullmanExecutive Chairman, Livongo
They do an exceptional job of getting the right people together who are both at the actual intersection of delivering real care, in the real world, but also thought leading enough to think down the line. You also can't discount the opportunity to come and enjoy yourself, too.Elliot CohenCo-Founder/Chief Product Officer, Pillpack, an Amazon company
Its rich combination of great content and atmosphere makes it a very clear jewel.Sam SrivastavaCOO, Bright Health
I love this event. It’s a carefully curated group of individuals from lots of different parts of the healthcare system. It’s great to continue to see old friends that I’ve made over the years as well as meet some new people that are trying to do very interesting things within healthcare.Brad FleugelBoard of Directors, Fitbit Inc.
Meet Our Center Stage
CEO – Signify Health
Dr. Megan Jones Bell
Chief Science and Strategy Officer – Headspace
President & CEO – Humana
Chief Digital Health and Analytics Officer – Humana
Chief Data Officer – CVS Health
Chief Analytics Officer – CVS Pharmacy
CEO – CareCentrix
Senator Bill Frist, MD
Cressey & Company
President, Advanced Analytics – Anthem, Inc.
Patrick J. Geraghty
President and CEO – GuideWell
Dr. Sachin Jain
President and CEO – SCAN Health Plan
Senior Vice President – Walmart Health
Dr. Minal Patel
Founder and CEO – Abacus Insights
Prakash Patel, MD
EVP and President, Diversified Business Group – Anthem
Chairman, President & CEO – Cotiviti
President & CEO – BCBS Minnesota
SVP & Chief Digital Officer – Anthem
Roy Schoenberg, MD
President & CEO – Amwell
Mona Siddiqui, MD, MPH, MSE
Senior Vice President for Enterprise Clinical Strategy – Humana
Founder and Executive Chairman – Livongo
CEO – Bright Health Care
GM Healthcare – Walgreens
CEO – MagellanRx
Founder – ADAPTIVE/IQ
CEO – GuideWell Connect, Onlife Health and PopHealthCare
CEO – Groups Recover Together
Director – Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
CEO – Valera Health
Board Director – Spirit Airlines
The future is now playing. As healthcare’s leaders we are responsible for being at the forefront of change, especially during times of uncertainty. But, how do we overcome our current obstacles while still preparing for what’s ahead?
The Tipping Point of Mainstream Mental Health
Despite the proliferation of new apps, we haven’t even come close to a mental health system that serves both rising demand and societal health. When will we acknowledge mental health as a foundational part of healthcare and begin to manage the data and reimbursement with a preventative and early intervention mindset?
Dr. AI Has Seen You and Here’s the Issue
We’ve been singing about a physician shortage for years and while telehealth has tapped into enormous underutilized capacity, emerging models are leveraging the physician with the AI-driven “doctor inside.” So, do we really have a shortage of resources or will we let machines do a portion of the work AND help us prevent issues upstream?
The New Deal: Innovation Investing
With U.S. digital health companies raising billions in funding during the first six months of 2020, the thesis around digital health has never been stronger. While the pandemic has offered us a glimpse into a better healthcare system, many questions loom over the future of healthcare investments.
The Public Health (Data) in All of Us
Lack of data access left ALL of us handicapped in our ability to combat COVID-19. The need for data sharing is unlike anything we’ve experienced and cross-communication is more important than ever. As we look to our future, what public health-inspired models and platforms are not only important for the greater good, but also critical to our businesses?
Interoperability Is Coming, but Is It All That We Need?
The Interoperability rule potentially floods people with information about their health and, frankly, couldn’t have come at a better time. The pandemic may have just pushed us over the interoperability edge, so let’s decide what we really need and how to make it happen because the show of interoperability must go on.
Plug in and listen from past attendees on how to make digital doable at unprecedented pace and scale.