Please join us on Thursday, January 27, 2022 at 1PM Eastern for our twentieth annual virtual summit with an expert panel of speakers addressing the critical healthcare business trends and issues for the coming year, in the HealthcareWebSummit event: Future Care Web Summit 2022
Webinar: Thursday, January 27, 2022, at 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM Eastern
- Three Pivotal health regulatory and policy questions for 2022
- Key Healthcare Trends for 2022
- The 2022 Healthcare Market Outlook
- On-Demand Sessions:
- Medical Cost Trends Going Into 2022 – PwC Behind the Numbers and the Milliman Medical Index
- Six Tactics to Realizing Financial Success from Current and Future Trends in Telehealth
- Scrolling Through the Roadmap of 2022 Healthcare Trends With Sixteen Selected Stops, Clive Riddle, President, MCOL
- Mitigating Risk and Seizing Opportunities from 2022 Healthcare Trends, Gunter Wessels, Ph.D, LiquidSMARTSSM, Founder & Global Practice Manager
Webinar Faculty: Mark E. Lutes, Chair, Board of Directors, Epstein Becker Green; Paul Keckley, PhD, Strategic Advisor, and Managing Editor, The Keckley Report; Chris Sukenik, Principal, BDC Advisors
On-Demand Faculty: Trine K. Tsouderos, Business Insights, Sectors Leader and HRI Leader, PwC; Crystal Yednak, Senior Manager, Health Research Institute, PwC; Paul R. Houchens, FSA, MAAA, Principal, Consulting Actuary, Milliman; and Doug Norris, FSA, MAAA, PhD, Principal and Consulting Actuary, Milliman; Nick van Terheyden, MD, Principal, ECG Management Consultants; and Charlie Brown, Associate Principal, ECG Management Consultants; Clive Riddle, President, MCOL; Gunter Wessels, Ph.D, LiquidSMARTSSM, Founder & Global Practice Manager
Noted national healthcare expert speaker Mark Lutes, the Chair of Epstein Becker Green, will address these three pivotal regulatory and policy questions: Where are primary care incentivization and delivery models going? Will digital health innovations find payment success? What will CMS and payor response be to genetic and other breakthrough therapies ?
National thought leader Paul Keckley takes us on a journey through key selected trends impacting such topics as healthcare private equity, inflation and pricing, the value-based agenda and more Paul Keckley is an intense observer of that change, diving deep into the trends, tipping points, intended and unintended consequences to bring clients and opinion leaders the unvarnished truth.
Chris Sukenik, Principal, BDC Advisors will highlight key market dynamics that will reshape the healthcare landscape in 2022 and beyond for payers and providers. Chris is a proven consulting leader and trusted advisor to senior healthcare executives with a focus on provider and payer healthcare markets.
What's more, the Future Care Web Summit offers on-demand video faculty sessions covering: Medical Cost Trends Going Into 2022, Six Tactics to Realizing Financial Success from Current and Future Trends in Telehealth; Scrolling Through the Roadmap of 2022 Healthcare Trends With Sixteen Selected Stops and Mitigating Risk and Seizing Opportunities from 2022 Healthcare Trends.
Position yourself for 2022 and beyond by attending the Twentieth Annual Future Care Web Summit. The event includes a 90-minute live webinar with three featured sessions, two additional faculty on-demand video sessions plus more.
Thursday, January 27, 2022
1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Eastern (10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Pacific)
- 1:00 pm - 1:30 pm: Three Pivotal health regulatory and policy questions for 2022 -- Mark E. Lutes, Chair, Board of Directors, Epstein Becker Green
- 1:30 pm - 2:00 pm: Key Healthcare Trends for 2022- Paul Keckley, PhD, Strategic Advisor, and Managing Editor, The Keckley Report
- 2:00 pm - 2:30 pm: The 2022 Healthcare Market Outlook - Chris Sukenik, Principal, BDC Advisors
On-Demand faculty video presentations:
- Medical Cost Trends Going Into 2022 – PwC Behind the Numbers and the Milliman Medical Index - Trine K. Tsouderos, Business Insights, Sectors Leader and HRI Leader, PwC; Crystal Yednak, Senior Manager, Health Research Institute, PwC; Paul R. Houchens, FSA, MAAA, Principal, Consulting Actuary, Milliman; and Doug Norris, FSA, MAAA, PhD, Principal and Consulting Actuary, Milliman (58 minutes)
- Six Tactics to Realizing Financial Success from Current and Future Trends in Telehealth- Nick van Terheyden, MD, Principal, ECG Management Consultants; and Charlie Brown, Associate Principal, ECG Management Consultants (59 minutes)
- Scrolling Through the Roadmap of 2022 Healthcare Trends With Sixteen Selected Stops, Clive Riddle, President, MCOL (3.5 minutes)
- Mitigating Risk and Seizing Opportunities from 2022 Healthcare Trends, Gunter Wessels, Ph.D, LiquidSMARTSSM, Founder & Global Practice Manager
- Individual Registration: $295
- Individual Registration and Post-event materials - Includes webinar video and presentation pdf file: $340 for attendees
- Post-event materials for non-attendees - Includes webinar video and presentation pdf file. Available after the event: $360
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In addition to the main presentation, this webinar will include an opening introductory video, a brief moderated speaker interview, and audience Q&A. Within one business day of your registration, you'll receive login information. You will receive a reminder email 1 day and 1 hour before the live event.
One day after the live webinar, you'll receive a follow-up email which will include a link to the presentation slides. You’re also welcome to provide feedback via this email as well as submit additional questions to be forwarded to the speakers. For support before, during or after the event, please contact HealthcareWebSummit office at 209.577.4888.
After attending this webinar, attendees will be able to:
- Consider the legal, regulatory and policy landscape for 2022.
- Explore top health industry issues and trends for the coming year.
- Examine the healthcare 2022 market outlook.
- Contemplate the impact and implications of the ongoing pandemic on the business and delivery of healthcare in 2022.
- Receive briefings on key topics including medical cost trends going into 2022 and current and future telehealth trends.
- Engage in interactive learning through online question submission, attendee feedback and opportunity for post-event follow up questions.
Interested attendees would include:
- C-Suite Executives, and Administrative staff
- Legal, Government Relations and Regulatory executives and staff
- Strategic, Planning, and Policy executives and staff
- Transformation, Integration and Innovation executives and staff
- Finance executives and staff
- Provider Network and Contracting Executives and staff
- Social Determinants of Health executives and staff
- Population Health executives and staff
- Medical Directors
- Sales, Marketing and Business Development executives
- Operations executives
- Business Intelligence, Analyst and Research executives and staff
- Consultants and other interested parties
Attendees would represent organizations including:
- Health Plans and Insurance Companies
- Hospitals and Health Systems
- Life Sciences Organizations
- Provider Networks
- Medical Groups
- Accountable Care Organizations
- Community Based Organizations
- TPAs and Employers
- Associations, Institutes and Research Organizations
- Government Agencies
- Care Management Organizations
- Solutions Providers and Vendors
- Financial Institutions
- Media and other interested organizations
Mark E. Lutes
Mark E. Lutes is in the Health Care and Life Sciences practice of Epstein Becker Green and the Chair of the firm's Board of Directors. Based in Washington, DC, he has practiced with the firm for nearly three decades. Prior to that, he was a legislative adviser to the Federal Trade Commission. He also offers strategic counsel in health policy and on reimbursement strategy through the firm's affiliates EBG Advisors, Inc., and National Health Advisors, LLC.
Mr. Lutes is a leader in the firm's representation of private equity and financial services firms with health care companies in their portfolios. He routinely deploys multidisciplinary teams of attorneys, reimbursement specialists, engineers, and scientists to assess the reimbursement, FDA and other domestic and international regulatory approvals, fraud and abuse compliance, CMS and legislative landscapes and other issues impacting proposed client investments in health care companies. Mr. Lutes combines experience with the corporate aspects of transactions with his deep experience in health care compliance issues to provide clients with practical advice in the negotiation of warranty and indemnification issues and in assessing risk factors in health and life science deals. He has advised on the largest transactions in the health care market including services, pharmaceutical and device companies.
Mr. Lutes is also an experienced antitrust counselor to health care companies contemplating mergers or acquisitions and has facilitated the antitrust clearance of numerous significant hospital mergers. He has managed the defense of high profile healthcare antitrust actions by the FTC.
Mr. Lutes has a deep understanding of managed care markets and regulation. He is consulted by a variety of providers and payors in structuring innovative payment arrangements. Additionally, he counsels on hospital and physician ventures and compliance issues and in the area of information privacy and security. Mr. Lutes has developed privacy and security audit tools which support client compliance needs.
He has been selected for inclusion in Washington, DC Super Lawyers (2007 to 2010, 2013, 2014) and honored by Nightingales as a leading health care antitrust lawyer. He is ranked among the "Leaders in Their Field" by Chambers USA (2010 to 2014).
Mr. Lutes is active in his parish and serves as Chair of the Advisory Board of the Spanish Catholic Center, a social and health services nonprofit. He also serves on the President's Council of Catholic Charities, Archdiocese of Washington, DC, which honored him with The Caritas Award, its highest recognition of volunteers. Mr. Lutes also has over a decade of service in leadership in the Boy Scouts of America organization.
Paul Keckley, PhD
Paul H. Keckley is Managing Editor of The Keckley Report, a healthcare policy analyst and widely known industry expert. He is a frequent speaker and advisor to healthcare organizations focused on long-term growth, sustainability and advocacy strategies.
Chris Sukenik is a Principal with BDC Advisors. He is a proven consulting leader and trusted advisor to senior healthcare executives with a focus on provider and payer healthcare markets. Chris has extensive experience in enterprise strategy, payer contracting strategy and value-based contracting initiatives.
His areas of focus include: Enterprise Strategy; Payer Contracting Strategy; Value-Based Contracting Initiatives; Managed Care Pricing Strategy; Managed Care Organization Design; Accountable Care Organization and Design; and Strategic Affiliations.
His recent experience includes serving as an advisor to academic medical centers including Mass General Brigham, Mount Sinai Health System, University of Chicago, University of Miami, and Weill Cornell Medicine. He has also worked with community health systems including Providence Health System, BayCare Health System, Trinity Health and Baptist Health South Florida.
Prior to BDC Advisors, Chris was a consultant with Navigant focused on driving operational improvements for health systems and physician groups.
Chris received a Master of Business Administration at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, where he was named an Edward Tuck Scholar with Distinction. He graduated summa cum laude from Wake Forest University with Bachelor degrees in Finance and French.
Trine K. Tsouderos
Trine Tsouderos is a director at PwC’s Health Research Institute (HRI), where she develops national thought leadership on the healthcare industry's new entrants and innovators such as PwC’s report, Healthcare’s new entrants: Who will be the industry’s Amazon.com?
A former journalist, Trine has 17 years of newsroom experience. Most recently, she was medical reporter at the Chicago Tribune, winning state and national awards for her work. Her work has been cited in books and scientific papers. Trine is also a seasoned panel moderator and speaker and has given presentations at organizations such as The New York Academy of Sciences, the Illinois Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association.
Trine also has worked in health communications. As director of healthcare media at Golin, she helped shape and execute domestic and global media strategies for large insurers and major pharmaceutical and consumer healthcare products companies.
Crystal Yednak is a senior manager with PwC’s Health Research Institute and leads HRI’s analysis of regulatory and legislative affairs impacting providers and payers.
In 15 years as a journalist whose work has appeared in major publications such as The New York Times, the Chicago Tribune and Crain’s Chicago Business, Yednak reported on health policy and its impact from a variety of perspectives. She followed state government efforts to expand Medicaid, profiled the winners and losers in a shifting provider landscape and chronicled patient experiences in the healthcare system. At the Tribune, Yednak uncovered corruption involving the state’s healthcare facilities planning board and the governor’s office.
Prior to joining PwC, Yednak conducted research and wrote thought leadership pieces for a number of companies and nonprofit organizations. Yednak is a graduate of Northwestern University.
Paul R. Houchens
Paul Houchens has extensive experience evaluating health care reform proposals from the prospective of numerous sectors of the healthcare industry, including: State Medicaid agencies, employers, health insurers, and other state agencies.
Paul has assisted five states in analyzing or projecting insurance market changes as a result of the Affordable Care Act. Additionally, he recently performed an actuarial certification for a state’s Section 1332 State Innovation Waiver. He has published numerous white papers on healthcare reform issues including the individual and employer mandates, insurer financial results under the Affordable Care Act, and evaluation of proposed federal legislation.
He has consulted on a wide array of topics for state Medicaid agencies, including capitation rate development, financial projections, risk adjustment, financial reporting, and encounter data quality improvement. Paul authored and assisted in the development of several white papers during 2016 related to the new Medicaid managed care regulations released by the Federal government.
Paul is a Fellow, Society of Actuaries, and a Member, American Academy of Actuaries. He is a graduate (summa cum laude and honors) of Ball State University.
Doug Norris specializes in healthcare reform as it applies to commercial plans (including Exchange modeling, strategy, tactics, and Part 5 "3R" risk mitigation modeling), underwriting implementation, and behavioral healthcare issues including care coordination and integration.
His recent work includes strategic modeling for commercial plans as affected by the Affordable Care Act (including strategy, tactics, and the modeling of the Part 5 risk mitigation provisions), legislation impact modeling, TRICARE and USFHP contract negotiations, commercial large group pricing and strategy, CMS Innovation program payment and delivery modeling analyses, IBNR modeling, behavioral health integration and value opportunity analyses, and health underwriting implementation.
Doug has extensive experience in probability and optimization techniques, and has spoken at numerous universities on topics ranging from Markov analysis to probabilistic forecasting.
Prior to joining Milliman, Doug was an assistant professor of mathematics at Westminster College (Salt Lake City), and an instructor in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Colorado at Boulder. He also worked for the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder.
Doug is a Fellow, Society of Actuaries, and a Member, American Academy of Actuaries. He received his BS (with honors), in Mathematics, from Western Washington University, and his PhD, Mathematics (optimization), from University of Colorado at Boulder.
Nick van Terheyden, MD
Nick van Terheyden, MD is a physician leader, business strategist, and healthcare IT influencer who brings unparalleled expertise on the critical role digital health innovation plays in improving patient outcomes and supporting healthcare organizations’ long-term success and financial sustainability.
Dr. Nick has served as an executive leader at organizations such as Dell, Nuance, and Philips and led the implementation of digital transformation strategies for multiple national and international healthcare clients. He has become one of the industry’s most trusted advisers on executing groundbreaking technology solutions to drive remedial change. Of particular note is Nick’s work at Nuance in developing the ambient speech technology being incorporated into multiple electronic health record systems.
As a healthcare industry thought leader, Dr. Nick has been featured in the top 5 of the #DigitalHealth Power 100 list of leading healthcare tech and Artificial Intelligence influencers to follow. He has delivered more than 200 keynote speeches and presentations on health, technology, and innovation at conferences worldwide. His weekly radio show and podcast, Dr Nick: The Incrementalist, is downloaded more than 20,000 times a month, and he publishes blogs and vlogs on a variety of healthcare, technology, and innovation topics.
At ECG, Nick brings his extensive experience in strategy and innovation to clients, helping them accelerate their digital health transformation by avoiding the pitfalls hidden in the complexity of the healthcare system.
Charlie Brown has spent more than 30 years in healthcare management and consulting, and his clients benefit from his deep and varied background in managed care strategy, health plan contract negotiations, and value-based arrangements. Most of his career has been devoted to improving performance in managed healthcare environments. He has spoken about managed care contracting and strategies to local and national audiences and has been published in a variety of managed healthcare–related journals.
As a member of ECG’s Managed Care Services Division, much of Charlie’s work is in developing innovative agreements with performance- or value-based payment methodologies. Recently he has helped health systems create commercially oriented accountable care organizations (ACOs) and has led successful ACO applications to the Medicare Shared Savings Program. He focuses on strategic health plan contracting and the design of collaborative arrangements between healthcare payers, health systems, and medical groups.
Charlie received a Master of Business Administration from the University of Utah, and a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from the University of Colorado.
Gunter Wessels, Ph.D
Gunter Wessels, Ph.D is the LiquidSMARTSSM Founder & Global Practice Manager.Since 2018, LiquidSMARTSSM, a global professional services and technology company, has focused its practice on reducing miscommunication, misalignment of resources and dis-coordination of action in periods of rapid change.
In addition to LiquidSMARTSSM, Gunter is involved in these Corporations and Partnerships: Stillpoint Software, Partner; PropHealth, Co-founder & Chairman; Vastmindz, Commercialization Head; EtherMed AI, Commercial Operations Head.
Gunter's areas of expertise and focus include: